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Flick Fact 3/2/13

Flick Fact 3/2/13

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QUESTION: When it rains one inch, folk at water retention centers in Bloomington and Normal applaud, especially in times of drought or high water usage. Do you know how much just one inch of rain over one acre of ground equals in terms of gallons of water later collected?

ANSWER: One inch of rain on one acre of ground equals 27,150 gallons of water. So say city officials who keep track of such.

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