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Missouri River Ice circles, circular slabs of ice, float past the Bob Kerrey pedestrian bridge over the Missouri River in Omaha, Nebraska. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

The Missouri River will reach near-record levels after Midwest and Great Plain streams were swelled by a massive storm that soaked fields and dropped heavy snow from Colorado to Canada this week.

At Rulo, Nebraska, the Missouri was forecast to crest within 6 inches (152 millimeters) of its record height set in June 2011, the National Weather Service said. Further downstream in St. Joseph, Missouri, it’s expected to reach within a foot of its all-time high.

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