Wait, what? Is it still March in Nebraska?
As I write this, it feels like March 175th, not late August. March, the month that just wouldn’t end in 2020, the year that wouldn’t quit.
Maybe it doesn’t feel as brutal as March 2019 when Nebraska was blasted by a “bomb cyclone” weather event that killed several people with flooding and ice and snow and wind. That statewide disaster rocked Nebraskans on their heels as they struggled to recover and rebuild. Crop and livestock loss reached into the millions of dollars and the leftover sand from flooding, gigantic ice chunks and other debris wiped out a crop year for many.
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