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Topic - Tom Schwarz
When his drought-stricken Nebraska farm was blanketed with several inches of snow, Tom Schwarz welcomed the moisture — but it wasn't nearly enough.
When his drought-stricken Nebraska farm was blanketed with several inches of snow, Tom Schwarz welcomed the moisture. But it wasn't nearly enough.
"I just shudder to think what it's going to be if we don't get snow," Mr. Schwarz said. "A friend told me it would take 150 inches of snow to get us back to normal precipitation."
"If we don't get snow, we'd better get rain this spring or we're done," Mr. Schwarz said.