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(EXTENSION - time) Flood Warning issued April 15 at 4:21PM EDT until April 17 at 12:48AM EDT by NWS Albany
...Forecast Flooding Increased From Minor To Moderate Severity... The Flood Warning Continues For The Hudson River At North Creek * Until Late Wednesday Night. * At 4 PM Tuesday The Stage Was...10.8 Feet. * Flood Stage Is 10 Feet. * Minor Flooding Is Occurring And Moderate Flooding Is Forecast. * Forecast...The River Is Forecast To Continue Rising To Near 11.3 Feet By 2 AM Wednesday. The River Is Forecast To Fall Below Flood Stage After 6 PM Wednesday. * Impact...At 11 Feet...Water Reaches Moderate Flood Stage. && Fld Observed Forecast 8 PM 2 AM 8 AM 2 PM 8 PM Location Stg Stg Day Time Tue Wed Wed Wed Wed Hudson River North Creek 10.0 10.8 Tue 04 PM 11.0 11.3 10.8 10.4 9.5
The National Weather Service In Albany Has Issued An * Urban And Small Stream Flood Advisory For... Dutchess County In East Central New York... This Includes The Cities Of...Rhinebeck...Poughkeepsie...Pawling... Beacon... Eastern Ulster County In East Central New York... This Includes The Cities Of...Saugerties...New Paltz...Kingston... Ellenville... * Until 645 PM EDT * At 351 PM EDT...National Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicates Another Half An Inch To An Inch Of Rainfall Has Occurred In The Advisory Area. Another Half An Inch To An Inch Of Rainfall Will Likely Occur With Another Line Of Showers. The Rainfall May Cause Ponding Of Water And Poor Drainage Flooding In Some Locations. Also Some Small Streams Or Creeks May Spill Their Banks.
...The National Weather Service In Burlington Has Issued A Flood Warning For The Following Rivers In New York... Saranac River At Plattsburgh The National Weather Service In Burlington Has Issued A * Flood Warning For The Saranac River At Plattsburgh. * From This Evening To Wednesday Evening...Or Until The Warning Is Cancelled. * At 3:30 PM Tuesday The Stage Was 8.9 Feet. * Flood Stage Is 9.0 Feet. * Minor Flooding Is Forecast. * Forecast...Rise Above Flood Stage By Tuesday Night And Continue To Rise To Near 9.2 Feet By Wednesday Morning. The River Will Fall Below Flood Stage By Wednesday Afternoon. * Impact...At 9.0 Feet...Underwood Trailer Park Protected By Levee If Drain Plugs Are In. Levee Should Be Monitored For Weakening. &&
(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued April 15 at 3:41PM EDT until April 16 at 8:00PM EDT by NWS Burlington
...Flood Watch Remains In Effect Through Wednesday Evening... The Flood Watch Continues For * All Of Northern New York And Vermont. * Through Wednesday Evening * Widespread Moderate To Locally Heavy Rainfall Has Affected The Region Today. Expect Steady Rain To Continue Across Much Of Vermont Through Early Evening...And Rain To Change To Snow Across Northern New York. By Later This Evening Precipitation Should Be In The Form Of All Snow Before Ending Later Tonight. * River And Stream Levels Remain High Due To The Combination Of Rainfall...Snowmelt And Recent Warm Temperatures. Numerous Waterways Are Currently Near Or In Flood With Additional Rises Expected Tonight Due To Runoff From Today`S Rainfall And Residual Snowmelt From The Higher Terrain.
(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued April 15 at 3:22PM EDT until April 15 at 10:00PM EDT by NWS Binghamton
...Flood Watch Remains In Effect Until 10 PM EDT This Evening... The Flood Watch Continues For * A Portion Of Central New York...Including The Following Counties...Northern Oneida And Southern Oneida. * Until 10 PM EDT This Evening * Rain Will Continue To Change To Light Snow And Sleet Late This Afternoon Then Taper Off To Flurries This Evening. Minor Flooding Of Streams And Poor Drainage Areas Will Remain Possible Into This Evening.
(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued April 15 at 3:22PM EDT until April 15 at 10:00PM EDT by NWS Binghamton
...Flood Watch Remains In Effect Until 10 PM EDT This Evening... The Flood Watch Continues For * Portions Of New York And Northeast Pennsylvania...Including The Following Counties...In New York...Broome...Chenango... Delaware...Madison...Otsego And Sullivan. In Northeast Pennsylvania...Bradford...Lackawanna...Luzerne...Northern Wayne...Pike...Southern Wayne...Susquehanna And Wyoming. * Until 10 PM EDT This Evening * Rain Will Continue To Change To Light Snow And Sleet Late This Afternoon... Then Taper Off To Flurries This Evening. Minor Flooding Of Streams And Poor Drainage Areas Will Remain Possible Into This Evening.
(CONTINUATION) Freeze Warning issued April 15 at 3:22PM EDT until April 16 at 10:00AM EDT by NWS New York City - Upton
...Freezing Temperatures Tonight... ...Freeze Warning Remains In Effect From 2 AM To 10 AM EDT Wednesday... * Locations...Rockland And Northern Westchester Counties Of New York And Most Of Northeastern New Jersey. * Temperatures...In The Upper 20S. * Timing...Late Tonight Into Wednesday Morning. * Impacts...Sensitive Plants May Be Damaged Or Killed.
(EXTENSION - area) Freeze Warning issued April 15 at 3:22PM EDT until April 16 at 10:00AM EDT by NWS New York City - Upton
...Freezing Temperatures Tonight... ...Freeze Warning In Effect From 2 AM To 10 AM EDT Wednesday... The National Weather Service In New York Has Issued A Freeze Warning...Which Is In Effect From 2 AM To 10 AM EDT Wednesday. * Locations...New York City....Long Island....And Coastal Connecticut. * Temperatures...In The Upper 20S To Around Freezing. * Timing...Late Tonight Into Wednesday Morning. * Impacts...Sensitive Plants May Be Damaged Or Killed.
...Black Ice Possible Tonight... Untreated Wet Roads Will Freeze Tonight As Skies Clear. Temperatures Are Expected To Drop To Near 20 Degrees. Exit Ramps And Overpasses May Be Particularly Vulnerable. Drivers Are Urged To Take It Slow And Use Caution Later Tonight After Clouds Clear Out.
... Areas Of Hazardous Travel Will Develop Across The Region Late This Afternoon Into This Evening... Cold Air Continues To Pour South Across The Area This Afternoon... Changing The Rain To Light Sleet And Snow. As Of 230 PM...The Transition From Rain To Light Sleet And Snow Was Along A Line From Near Rome New York To Binghamton To Canton Pennsylvania. This Transition Zone Will Continue To Move Southeast Late This Afternoon... With Light Snow Falling In The Catskills And Poconos By 6 PM. Temperatures Are Still Near Or Just Above Freezing In Most Areas Getting Snow This Afternoon... But Temperatures Will Fall Into The Upper 20S This Evening And Wet Surfaces That Remain Untreated Will Become Icy. The Light Snow Will Taper To Flurries Early This Evening... With Total Accumulations In Most Places Just An Inch Or Less. A Few Higher Elevations Could Get Up To 2 Inches Of Snow. Anyone Planning Travel Late This Afternoon Or This Evening Should Be Alert For Slippery Spots Due To Freezing Condit
Van Amber Rd in the Town of Croghan is closed closer to the Naumburg end. The water is up to the bottom of the bridge.
RTE 8 in the Town of Bakers Mills from Osher Rd to Persons Rd is CLOSED due to road conditions at 2:25pm - Warren Co.
Rte 8 in the Town of Bakers Mills from Osher Rd to Persons Rd is CLOSED due to road conditions at 2:25pm.
The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued A * Flood Advisory For The Salmon River In... Oswego County In Central New York... * Until 230 PM EDT Wednesday * At 230 PM EDT...Additional Water Is Going To Be Released From The Reservoir On The Upper Reaches Of The Salmon River. Flow Rates Of 5200 Cfs Will Increase To 8000 Cfs...But Actual Flows Can Vary And Change Quickly At Any Time. *This Will Cause The River To Increase To Around 11 Feet At The Gauge In Pineville. This Will Result In Minor Lowland Flooding...However Flows Higher Than This Could Impact Areas Along The Salmon River In Pulaski. Those Who Utilize The Lower Portion Of The River To Fish Or For Other Recreational Activities Should Be Alert For The Increased Flow And Avoid The River Until Further Notice. *Those With Interests Along The Salmon River Should Continue To Monitor Later Statements Concerning This Situation As There Is The Potential For Even Greater Flow Rates.
Waters Rd in the Town of Lowville is now closed between E. State St V/Lowville to State Route 812 T/Lowville due to flooding.
CLEARED: I-690 EB just after Exit 5 State Fair Blvd, Town of Geddes, all laned now open at 2:10 pm from an accident at 1:00 pm, Onondaga County
CLEARED: I-690 EB just after Exit 5 State Fair Blvd, Town of Geddes, all laned now open at 2:10 pm from an accident at 1:00 pm, Onondaga County No unusual delays.
(EXTENSION - time) Flood Warning issued April 15 at 2:08PM EDT until April 17 at 6:30AM EDT by NWS Albany
The Flood Warning Continues For The West Canada Creek At Kast Bridge. * Until Thursday Morning. * At 1 PM Tuesday The Stage Was 6 Feet. * Flood Stage Is 6 Feet. * Minor Flooding Is Occurring And Minor Flooding Is Forecast. * The River Is Forecast To Continue Rising To Near 6.9 Feet By 8 AM Wednesday. The River Is Forecast To Fall Below Flood Stage After 12 AM Thursday. * Impact...At 7 Feet...Moderate Flood Stage And Several Rv Parks Are Inundated With One To Two Feet Of Water. && Fld Observed Forecast 8 PM 2 AM 8 AM 2 PM 8 PM Location Stg Stg Day Time Tue Wed Wed Wed Wed West Canada Cr Kast Bridge 6.0 6.0 Tue 02 PM 6.5 6.8 6.9 6.7 5.9
(CONTINUATION) Flood Warning issued April 15 at 2:03PM EDT until April 15 at 9:15PM EDT by NWS Buffalo
...The Flood Warning Remains In Effect Until 915 PM EDT For Lewis County... * At 200 PM EDT There Are Numerous Creeks And Rivers Causing Flooding Across Portions Of Lewis County. Emergency Management Has Reported Numerous Road Closures. Unnecessary Travel Should Be Avoided. If You Must Travel...Be Alert For Flooded And Closed Roadways. * The Beaver River At Croghan Is At 5.5 Feet. Flows This High Will Impact Some Roads And Property Along The Beaver River In Croghan. Some Additional Rises Are Possible On The Beaver River Tonight. A Flood Warning Means That Flooding Is Imminent Or Has Been Reported. Stream Rises Will Be Slow And Flash Flooding Is Not Expected. However...All Interested Parties Should Take Necessary Precautions Immediately.
...A Line Of Showers With Gusty Winds Moving Into... Litchfield County In Northern Connecticut... Southern Berkshire County In Western Massachusetts... Dutchess County In East Central New York... Southeastern Columbia County In East Central New York... At 152 PM EDT...National Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicated A Line Of Showers Capable Of Producing...Winds 40 To 50 Mph...And Heavy Rain. These Showers Were Located Along A Line Extending From Clermont To Stanfordville To Wappingers Falls...Or Along A Line Extending From 8 Miles Southeast Of Catskill To 8 Miles Southeast Of Rhinebeck To Poughkeepsie...And Moving East At 50 Mph. These Showers With Gusty Winds Will Be Near... Pine Plains...Millbrook...Hopewell Junction And Ancram By 200 PM EDT Copake And Amenia By 205 PM EDT Sharon...Pawling...Millerton And Dover Plains By 210 PM EDT Rainfall Amounts May Approach A Half An Inch In An Hour From These Showers.
(CONTINUATION) Flood Warning issued April 15 at 1:42PM EDT until April 15 at 8:45PM EDT by NWS Burlington
...The Flood Warning Remains In Effect Until 845 PM EDT For St. Lawrence And Extreme Southwestern Franklin Counties In Northern New York... At 138 PM EDT Widespread Minor To Moderate Field And Low Lying Flooding Was Reported. Numerous State...County...And Local Roads Are Closed Due To The Flooding Throughout Saint Lawrence County. In Addition...The Saint Regis River At Brasher Falls Is Over 12 Feet...Which Last Occurred In 1955. Locations In The Warning Include But Are Not Limited To Canton... Massena...Ogdensburg And Potsdam. If You Encounter Flooding...Seek Higher Ground Immediately. When You Can Do So Safely Please Report Any Flooding To The National Weather Service By Calling Toll Free...1 800 8 6 3 4 2 7 9...Or By Submitting A Storm Report At Weather.Gov/Burlington.
...Showers With Locally Strong Wind Gusts Will Move Through Addison...Eastern Essex...Northwestern Windsor...Rutland...Southern Chittenden And Southwestern Washington Counties... At 118 PM EDT...A Line Of Showers With Strong Wind Gusts Were Located From Mineville To 9 Miles Southwest Of Salem...Moving Northeast At 55 Mph. Wind Gusts To 40 Mph Are Possible With These Showers As They Pass. Locations Impacted Include But Are Not Limited To... Mcneil Cove...Shelburne Falls...Exit 13 I89...South Burlington... Holden...Russellville...North Shrewsbury...Robinson... Please Stay Tuned To Noaa Weather Radio...Your Local Media...Or Go To Www.Weather.Gov/Burlington For Further Updates On This Weather Situation.