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W/B I-278/Brooklyn-Queens Expressway just past Lee Avenue two lanes blocked at 7:57AM due to an accident for up to 2 hours. - Kings Co.
W/B I-278/Brooklyn-Queens Expressway just past Lee Avenue two lanes blocked at 7:57AM due to an accident for up to 2 hours. - Kings Co. Delays are back to Queens Blvd.
Delays are to Maurice Avenue.
Delays are back to 108th Street.
The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A * Flood Warning For Urban Areas And Small Streams In... Central Yates County... * Until 845 AM EDT... * At 543 AM EDT Local Officials Continued To Report A Major Flood Event Was Continuing Over A Large Portion Of Yates County...Including The Villages Of Branchport And Penn Yan Where Severe Damage Had Occurred To Roads And Buildings In The Region. * Some Locations Experiencing Flooding Include Bluff Point... Branchport...Guyanoga...Italy...Keuka Park...Mays Mills...Milo Center...Penn Yan...Potter And Yatesville. Be Aware Of Flooded Areas And Washed Out Roads In Your Location. Ditches And Culverts In Your Immediate Neighborhood May Be Affected. Officials Urge You To Avoid All Flooded Areas And Do Not Drive Through Barricaded Zones! There Is Likely No Roadway Left Beyond The Blockades. If You Must Travel To Work This Morning...Plan On Long Delays And Finding Alternate Routes.
CLEARED: Route 249 has reopened between RTE 5 and RTE 20 in the Town of Brant, Erie County, following flooding.
The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued An * Urban And Small Stream Flood Advisory For... Central Seneca County... * Until 730 AM EDT * At 330 AM EDT...Local Officials And Scanner Traffic Reported Areas Of Flooded Roads And Other Water Problems Were Occurring Around The Ovid Area. * Locations In The Advisory Include But Are Not Limited To Ovid. Doppler Radar Estimates Indicated Between 2 To 3 Inches Of Rain Had Fallen Earlier In The Night In A Narrow Band Across Central Seneca County. Some Additional Thunderstorms Will Move Into The Area After 5 AM With Another One Half To Three Quarters Inch Possible. Localized Flood Problems Will Continue Through The Early Morning As The Rainwater Flushes Through Area Streams. In General...Any Flooding Should Remain Minor. This Advisory Replaces The Flash Flood Warning Previously In Effect.
...Line Of Strong Thunderstorms Moving Into The Area... * At 305 AM EDT...National Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicated A Line Of Strong Thunderstorms Capable Of Producing Strong Gusty Winds...And Very Heavy Rain. These Storms Were Located Along A Line Extending From Java Center To Wellsville...And Moving Northeast At 30 Mph. * Some Locations Affected By The Strong Thunderstorms May Include... Rushford... Houghton... Belfast... Caneadea... Frequent Cloud To Ground Lightning Is Occurring With This Storm. Move Indoors Immediately!
(EXTENSION - time) Flash Flood Warning issued May 14 at 2:45AM EDT until May 14 at 5:45AM EDT by NWS Binghamton
The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Extended The * Flash Flood Warning For... Yates County In Central New York... North Central Steuben County In Central New York... * Until 545 AM EDT * At 233 AM EDT...National Weather Service Doppler Radar Estimates And Rain Gage Reports Indicated Excessive Rainfall Over The Warned Area With Estimates Ranging From 3 To 5 Inches Between Branchport And Penn Yan. There Have Been Numerous Reports Of Severe Flooding To Roads And Structures In The Central And Western Part Of Yates County. Evacuations And Water Rescues Are Underway At This Time. * Locations In The Warning Include But Are Not Limited To Branchport And Penn Yan. Rain Has Ended Over The Area...But Additional Showers And Thunderstorms Were Moving North From Pennsylvania. These Could Reach Yates County Between 4 AM And 5 AM. Continued Flooding Of Streams...Creeks... Urban...And Poor Drainage Areas Is Likely In And Near These Locations Due To Excessive Runoff. Avoid All Flooded Areas A
(CONTINUATION) Flash Flood Warning issued May 14 at 2:09AM EDT until May 14 at 3:30AM EDT by NWS Binghamton
...A Flash Flood Warning Remains In Effect Until 330 AM EDT For Southern Cayuga And Southern Seneca Counties... At 159 AM EDT...National Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicated That 2 To 3 Inches Of Rain Had Fallen In The Last Several Hours In A Narrow Band Centered Mainly In The Ovid Vicinity. Flooded Streets And Basements Have Been Reported In The Ovid Area. The Seriousness Of Flooding Is Unknown At This Time. * Locations In The Warning Include But Are Not Limited To Rural Areas Of Southern Cayuga And Southern Seneca Counties. Rain Had Ended In The Area...But Streams And Creeks Will Continue To Rapidly Rise Over The Next Hour Or Two. Additional Flooding Is Likely To Develop In The Southern Part Of The County.
The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued An * Urban And Small Stream Flood Advisory For... Cattaraugus County In Western New York... This Includes The Cities Of...Salamanca...Olean... Chautauqua County In Western New York... This Includes The Cities Of...Dunkirk...Jamestown...Fredonia... Erie County In Western New York... * Until 545 AM EDT * At 151 AM EDT National Weather Service Doppler Radar Showed An Area Of Showers And Embedded Thunderstorms Producing Heavy Rain Moving Northward Into The Southern Tier. Rainfall Amounts Of A Half Inch To An Inch Per Hour Was Estimated By Radar. Additional Showers And Thunderstorms Will Move Into The Area Through 4 AM. Additional Heavy Rainfall Is Expected Over Areas Which Received Heavy Rainfall Tuesday Morning. This Could Lead To Renewed Flooding.
(CONTINUATION) Flash Flood Warning issued May 14 at 1:52AM EDT until May 14 at 2:45AM EDT by NWS Binghamton
...A Flash Flood Warning Remains In Effect Until 245 AM EDT For North Central Steuben And Yates Counties... At 145 AM EDT...Local Law Enforcement Had Reported Severe Flash Flooding At Several Locations In Yates County...Especially Between Branchport And Penn Yan. Numerous Roads Are Flooded...And Some Are Destroyed By Flood Waters. Water Has Entered Many Homes In The Region. Evacuations And Swift Water Rescues Are Underway At Several Locations. This Is An Extremely Dangerous Flash Flood Event. Waters Are Rising Rapidly And Many Streams Are Out Of Their Banks And Moving Through Towns And Villages. * Locations In The Warning Include But Are Not Limited To Branchport... Penn Yan And Italy.
The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued An * Urban And Small Stream Flood Advisory For... Southeastern Cayuga County... Northern Chenango County... Northern Cortland County... Southern Madison County... Southeastern Onondaga County... Northwestern Otsego County... * Until 545 AM EDT * At 148 AM EDT...Doppler Radar Indicated Heavy Rain Was Falling... And Will Result In Minor Flooding. * Locations In The Advisory Include But Are Not Limited To Cortland And Norwich. Persistent Showers And Thunderstorms Will Move Across The Area Through 3 AM. Rainfall Totals Of 1 To 3 Inches Across The Area Will Be Enough To Cause Minor Flooding In Poor Drainage Areas.
Cleared: NY174 NB/SB between Forward Rd. and Camillus Village, now reopened at 1:26AM from mud at 10:30 PM, Onondaga Co.
CLEARED: NY Route174 NB/SB between Forward Road and the Village of Camillus, now reopened at 1:26 AM from mudslide and flooding at 10:30 PM, Onondaga County. Rain and wet roads continue.