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I-95/CBE N/B two lanes blocked at Rosedale Avenue at 6:38 AM for an accident for up to two hours. Bronx County

NY Alert - New York State-Wide - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 6:54am
Delays are confined to the immediate area. Two lanes blocked S/B at Rosedale Avenue.
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(CONTINUATION) Flash Flood Warning issued March 15 at 6:34AM EDT until March 15 at 9:15AM EDT by NWS Buffalo

NY Alert - New York State-Wide - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 6:34am
...A Flash Flood Warning Remains In Effect Until 915 AM EDT Forcazenovia Creek In Central Erie County...At 626 AM EDT...The Cazenovia Creek Level At Ebenezer Was 10.4 Feetand Nearly Steady. This Is In Response To An Ice Jam Found Betweenorchard Park Road And Ridge Road. At This Level...Minor Flooding Canbe Expected...Including Flooding In Low Lying Areas East Of Orchardpark Road And South Of Ridge Road In West Seneca. Some Inundation Ofcazenovia Park In South Buffalo Will Also Be Possible.
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(EXTENSION - time) Flash Flood Warning issued March 15 at 5:49AM EDT until March 15 at 12:00PM EDT by NWS Buffalo

NY Alert - New York State-Wide - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 5:49am
The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Extended The* Flash Flood Warning For...Buffalo Creek In Central Erie County In Western New York...This Includes The Towns Of West Seneca And Elma...* Until Noon EDT* At 545 AM EDT...The Buffalo Creek Level At Gardenville Continuedto Indicate Flash Flooding Caused By An Ice Jam Situatedfurther Downstream...Near The Lexington Green Subdivision.
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued March 15 at 4:41AM EDT until March 15 at 2:00PM EDT by NWS Buffalo

NY Alert - New York State-Wide - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 4:41am
...Ice Jam Flooding Possible Through Early This Afternoon...Temperatures Will Drop To Near Freezing During The Remaining Predawn Hours...With Little Additional Run Off Expected. However...Gauges Show That Ice Has Started To Break Up On Some Creeks Andthere Still Is The Chance That Ice Jams Will Form.Ice Jams Most Commonly Form Where There Are Constrictions In Theriver Or Creek Channel...Such As Sharp Curves...Bridges...Orother Obstructions. Ice Jams Also Tend To Occur In The Samelocations Year After Year.People Living In Areas That Are Prone To Ice Jam Flooding Shouldremain Alert And Be Prepared If Flooding Does Occur....Flood Watch Remains In Effect Until 2 PM EDT This Afternoon...The Flood Watch Continues For* A Portion Of Western New York...Including The Followingcounties...Cattaraugus...Chautauqua...Northern Erie...Southernerie And Wyoming.* Until 2 PM EDT This Afternoon.* There Continues To Be A Risk For Ice Jam Flooding In The Watcharea. Although Little Additional Run-Off Is Expe
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Flash Flood Warning issued March 15 at 3:29AM EDT until March 15 at 9:15AM EDT by NWS Buffalo

NY Alert - New York State-Wide - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 3:29am
The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued A* Flash Flood Warning For...Cazenovia Creek In Central Erie County In Western New York...This Includes West Seneca...* Until 915 AM EDT* At 315 AM EDT...Ice Jam Flash Flooding Was Indicated By Localstream Gauges.
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(CONTINUATION) Flash Flood Warning issued March 15 at 3:22AM EDT until March 15 at 6:00AM EDT by NWS Buffalo

NY Alert - New York State-Wide - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 3:22am
...A Flash Flood Warning Remains In Effect Until 600 AM EDT Forbuffalo Creek In Central Erie County...* At 315 AM EDT...The Buffalo Creek At Gardenville Was At 10.18 Feetand Holding Steady...In Response To Ice Jamming Further Downstreamnear The Lexington Green Subdivision. This Creek Level Is At Majorflood Stage...And Will Result In Flooding Along The Length Of Thecreek From The Harlem Road Bridge Eastward Into The Town Of Elma.
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(EXTENSION - time) Flood Watch issued March 15 at 3:05AM EDT until March 15 at 2:00PM EDT by NWS Buffalo

NY Alert - New York State-Wide - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 3:05am
...Ice Jam Flooding Possible Tonight...Temperatures Will Drop To Near Freezing During The Remaining Predawn Hours...With Little Additional Run Off Expected. However...Gauges Show That Ice Has Started To Break Up On Some Creeks Andthere Still Is The Chance That Ice Jams Will Form.Ice Jams Most Commonly Form Where There Are Constrictions In Theriver Or Creek Channel...Such As Sharp Curves...Bridges...Orother Obstructions. Ice Jams Also Tend To Occur In The Samelocations Year After Year.People Living In Areas That Are Prone To Ice Jam Flooding Shouldremain Alert And Be Prepared If Flooding Does Occur....Flood Watch Now In Effect Until 2 PM EDT This Afternoon...The Flood Watch Is Now In Effect For* A Portion Of Western New York...Including The Followingcounties...Cattaraugus...Chautauqua...Northern Erie...Southernerie And Wyoming.* Until 2 PM EDT This Afternoon.* There Continues To Be A Risk For Ice Jam Flooding In The Watcharea. Although Little Additional Run-Off Is Expected...Ice Hasbrok
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Flash Flood Warning issued March 15 at 12:09AM EDT until March 15 at 6:00AM EDT by NWS Buffalo

NY Alert - New York State-Wide - Sun, 03/15/2015 - 12:09am
The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued A* Flash Flood Warning For...Buffalo Creek In Central Erie County Western New York...* Until 600 AM EDT* At 1157 PM EDT...West Seneca Police Reported Flash Flooding Due Toice Jamming On Buffalo Creek Near The Lexington Green Subdivision.Flooding May Also Occur From The Harlem Road Bridge Over Buffalocreek Eastward Along The Creek Into The Town Of Elma Due To Icejams.
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Erie,Cheektowaga,Sewage Discharge,Harlem Station,Scajaquada Creek

NY Alert - New York State-Wide - Sat, 03/14/2015 - 10:45pm
Location of Discharge: 2710-2724 Harlem Road, Cheektowaga, NY 14225, USA Additional Address Info: Lift Station Name of Waterbody Affected: Scajaquada Creek Description of Discharge: Bypass Potential public area(s) impacted: It is unknown whether public areas were impacted Facility name: Cheektowaga Sanitary Sewer, Facility ID: Date and Time of Discharge: 2015-03-15T00:00:00 Duration of Discharge: 12.0 hours unknown. Reason for Discharge: Weather Conditions: snow melt Volume or Rate of Discharge: 8100 Gallons Per Minute (Estimated) Treated State of Discharge: Untreated Steps Taken to Contain Discharge: Continue to monitorflows during wet weather bypass event For more informa
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Erie,Cheektowaga,Sewage Discharge,Portable Pump,Scajaquada creek

NY Alert - New York State-Wide - Sat, 03/14/2015 - 10:42pm
Location of Discharge: Winston Avenue, Cheektowaga, NY 14225, USA Additional Address Info: Portable Pump Name of Waterbody Affected: Scajaquada Creek Description of Discharge: Portable Pump Potential public area(s) impacted: It is unknown whether public areas were impacted Facility name: Cheektowaga Sanitary Sewer, Facility ID: Date and Time of Discharge: 2015-03-15T00:00:00 Duration of Discharge: 12.0 hours unknown. Reason for Discharge: Weather Conditions: snow melt Volume or Rate of Discharge: 1800 Gallons Per Minute (Estimated) Treated State of Discharge: Untreated Steps Taken to Contain Discharge: Continue to monitor flows during wet weather bypass event For more infor
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Erie,Cheektowaga,Sewage Discharge,Scajaquada Creek

NY Alert - New York State-Wide - Sat, 03/14/2015 - 10:37pm
Location of Discharge: 495 Roycroft Boulevard, Buffalo, NY 14225, USA Additional Address Info: Lift Station Name of Waterbody Affected: Scajaquada Creek Description of Discharge: Bypass Potential public area(s) impacted: It is unknown whether public areas were impacted Facility name: Cheektowaga Sanitary Sewer, Facility ID: Date and Time of Discharge: 2015-03-15T00:00:00 Duration of Discharge: 12.0 hours unknown. Reason for Discharge: Weather Conditions: snow melt Volume or Rate of Discharge: 1350 Gallons Per Minute (Estimated) Treated State of Discharge: Untreated Steps Taken to Contain Discharge: Conitnue to monitor flows during wet weather bypass event For more informati
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