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Updated: 5 min 8 sec ago
Delays are back to I-678/Van Wyck Expressway
CLEARED: Rte 9W N/S Closed between Albany Co. Line and Rte 144, Town of New Baltimore due to a crash at 3:30pm is now clear at 4:15pm.-Greene Co.
...Flood Watch In Effect From 8 PM EDT This Evening Through Sunday Afternoon... The National Weather Service In Burlington Has Issued A * Flood Watch For Portions Of Northern New York And Vermont... Including The Following Areas...In Northern New York...Eastern Clinton...Eastern Essex...Western Clinton And Western Essex. In Vermont...Caledonia...Eastern Addison...Eastern Chittenden...Eastern Franklin...Eastern Rutland...Essex... Lamoille...Orange...Orleans...Washington...Western Addison... Western Chittenden...Western Franklin...Western Rutland And Windsor. * From 8 PM EDT This Evening Through Sunday Afternoon * Widespread Moderate To Locally Heavy Rainfall Is Expected Tonight Through Saturday Night. Additional Rainfall Amounts Of 1.5 To 3 Inches Is Expected Across Central And Northern Vermont During This Period...With 1 To 2 Inches Expected Across South Central Vermont. These Amounts Will Likely Push Small Streams Back To Bankfull By Saturday Into Saturday Night...And Several Mainstem
Image (http://earthquake.usgs.gov/images/globes/45_-75.jpg)Friday, May 24, 2013 19:48:10 UTC Friday, May 24, 2013 03:48:10 PM at epicenter Depth: 13.20 km (8.20 mi) Earthquake Distances: (Calculated within NY-Alert) 249.76 Miles from Albany, NY 254.03 Miles from Binghamton, NY 233.04 Miles from Buffalo, NY 370.84 Miles from New York City, NY 159.33 Miles from Plattsburgh, NY 188.19 Miles from Syracuse, NY
Rte 9W N/S Closed between Albany Co. Line and Rte 144, Town of New Baltimore due to a crash at 3:30pm.-Greene Co.
...Freeze Warning In Effect From 2 AM To 7 AM EDT Saturday... The National Weather Service In Buffalo Has Issued A Freeze Warning...Which Is In Effect From 2 AM To 7 AM EDT Saturday. * Locations...Interior Sections Of The Western Southern Tier. * Timing...Overnight Tonight Through Early Saturday Morning. * Temperatures...In The Lower 30S. * Impacts...Sub-Freezing Temperatures Have The Potential To Damage Or Kill Unprotected Sensitive Vegetation.
...Very Cold Air Has Moved Into The Southern Tier... .Cold Air In Place Tonight Combined With Clearing Skies Will Allow For Scattered Frost...Especially In Sheltered Valleys Protected From The Wind. Hilltops And Slopes Are Less Likely To See Frost As The Wind Keeps The Cold Air From Settling. ...Frost Advisory In Effect From 2 AM To 7 AM EDT Saturday... The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A Frost Advisory...Which Is In Effect From 2 AM To 7 AM EDT Saturday. * Locations...Sheltered Valleys * Hazards...Scattered Frost. * Temperatures...In The Lower To Middle 30S. * Timing...After Midnight Into The Early Morning. * Impacts...Frost And Near Freezing Conditions May Kill Sensitive...Unprotected Plants.
Delays are back to 139 Street.
Delays are back to 39th Street.
Delays are back to 139 Street.
CLEARED : ACCIDENT : Rt. 390 NB right lane closed at Rt. 590 at 6:46 am until further notice in the Town of Brighton, Monroe Co Right lane has reopened
(UPDATE #2) E/B lower level is cleared as of 7:22 AM. E/B upper level all lanes remain blocked.
ACCIDENT : Rt. 390 NB right lane closed at Rt. 590 at 6:46 am until further notice in the Town of Brighton, Monroe Co
Left lane on the lower levle W/B have been reopened. Expect delays. (UPDATE) upper level has all lanes blocked due to the lower level incident.
Patchy Dense Fog...Reducing Visibilities To Less Than 1 Mile Has Developed Across Portions Of Eastern Long Island And Along The Coast Of Eastern Connecticut. Drivers Are Urged To Slow Down And Exercise Caution While Traveling This Morning. Remember To Use Low Beams. Visibilities Are Expected To Improve By 9Am.
FDNY has one lane blocked o the W/B side. Expect delays.