First, Let me apologize for all the Twitter links used by the author. It makes reading this harder than it should be. The word 'Twit' is more appropriate than ever... https://www.theepochtimes.com/large...-us-with-snow-winds-and-flooding_2872127.html While we may be approaching better weather, it isn't here yet and the US midwest and east are still getting hit. This will extend the time needed for recovery from the crop losses in the midwest. As mentioned in other threads, this will raise food prices for most of the US. If you can afford to, restock your Prepper food supplies before the prices go too high. That holds for the entire US, not just the storm hit areas. Food production is forecast to be reduced for over a full year, perhaps longer, due to farmers being forced to go out of business and move away. Conversely, Big Agriculture will try to pass their losses and higher costs on to the consumer (that's you...). Plan on it.