By Elsa Partan
Laramie, WY – A Wyoming weather expert says this spring, the state ahs seen the most widespread flooding in eleven years.
Meteorologist Don Day tracks weather for farmers and ranchers. He says every major river system in Wyoming is running at above-normal runoff levels right now.
Day says this months' rain is coming at a great time for the state's row crops. He says all the runoff and rain should put some water into Wyoming's badly depleted reservoirs.