After the wind, the water: Fears of floods worse than Mississippi disaster of 1927 to strike tornado-devastated South East

A devastating flood is heading to
tornado-ravaged Mississippi, which could cause levels of destruction not seen
since the Great Flood of 1927, forecasters
have warned.

The enormous levees lining the Mississippi
River are likely to be seriously strained in the coming days, adding further
danger to a region already shattered by deadly tornadoes and
thunderstorms.

Governors in Mississippi and Louisiana have
issued severe flood warnings and declared states of emergency in the
regions.

Floods: Experts have warned that the Mississippi could rise to levels not seen in the country since the devastation on The Great Flood of 1927
Floods: Experts have warned that the Mississippi could
rise to levels not seen in the country since the devastation on The Great Flood
of 1927.
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