Drought or flood? Buffeted by weather extremes, Virginia tries to balance its water supply.

In the last two months of 2012, the commonwealth got 56 percent of its expected rainfall, yet the average Virginian took little note of the crisis at home. “We can still turn on the tap and water flows, so we think everything’s okay,” explains Rebecca Rubin, founder, president and CEO of Marstel-Day, a Fredericksburg-based environmental consulting firm specializing in water risk management.

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