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Tim Rangitsch shovels snow melt toward the sewer drain in front of his home on Fulton Street in the West Boulevard neighborhood in Rapid City Monday. As warm temperatures melt the snow, flooding is the next concern while cleaning up after Winter Storm Atlas. (AP photo)

Officials don’t expect major flooding from melting snow

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By Chet Brokaw

PIERRE — No major flooding is expected from 4 feet of rapidly melting snow that blanketed western South Dakota during an early fall storm that killed at least one person, collapsed several buildings and left tens of thousands without power, officials said Tuesday.

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