Yellowstone communities reopen after historic flooding
Hendrik Sybrandy

It's been three months since floods inundated Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.

Heavy rains and mudslides damaged a number of roadways and forced the park to close.

They also brought the economies of towns that rely on Yellowstone tourism to a screeching halt.

It's the kind of extreme weather event that U.S. national parks may increasingly face in the future.

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