Did all of the rain from the tornadoes cause the flooding of the Missouri river?



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    Your question is not at all clear, but there is no “rain from tornadoes.” Rain and tornadoes are separate aspects of weather systems (storms). And in any event, no, the storms that generated the most damaging tornadoes contributed trivial amounts of rain to flooding beyond very short lived flash floods. Long-term flooding is related to long-term weather patterns on scales of many weeks to months, not a few hours worth of tornadoes. It has more to do with heavy winter snows and temperatures in April-May-June than any tornadic activity.

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