Fridays on Morning Edition, Outside/In host Sam Evans-Brown joins the show to answer a burning question from a listener. Here's this week's edition: Alison from Wilmot asks: I have not picked up on the conditions that make one mud season worse than another. As I have watched weeks and weeks worth of rainfall through the autumn, before the ground froze, I am now wondering if I should expect to see the fully saturated ground give up it’s moisture in a longer, slicker, sloppier mud season this...
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