Portions of the city of Sartell are still dealing with the effects of the heavy rains last week and earlier this spring. Sartell Mayor Ryan Fitzthum joined me on WJON today. He says the significant rainfall last Thursday evening that fell not only in the immediate area but to the north near Bakers Lake area has impacted Sartell because the rain to the north always rushes south as it makes its way to the Mississippi River.
Meteorologist Megan Moulford joined me on WJON today. She says to alleviate the effects of the drought we would need an inch of rain for three straight weeks. She says who is hit hardest by the drought in Minnesota varies depending on the amount of rain they have received this summer.
WJON's Question of the Week is asking listeners to name a song with "rain" or "water" in the title? Answers could include "Rain Drops Keep Falling on my Head", "Singing in the Rain" or "Purple Rain". Answer this question between 9:10-10 this morning by calling 320-252-5852, email email@example.com or comment on facebook.
WJON's Question of the Week is asking listeners to name a song with "rain" in the tile or just a great rainy day song. Let me know between 9:10-10 this morning by calling 320-252-5852, email firstname.lastname@example.org or comment on facebook.