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Niagara County Niagara Falls Sewer Discharge Little Niagara River

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 4:11am
Location of Discharge: 8090 WRivershore Additional Address Info: SSO #18 Name of Waterbody Affected: Little Niagara River Description of Discharge: Combination of Rain water and sanitary Potential public area(s) impacted: It is unknown whether public areas were impacted Facility name: Niagara Falls WWTP, Facility ID: NY0026336 Date and Time of Discharge: Feb 20 2018 10:15AM Duration of Discharge: 7.6 hours ended. Reason for Discharge: Weather Conditions: Rain Volume or Rate of Discharge: 1200 Gallons Per Minute (Estimated) Treated State of Discharge: Untreated Steps Taken to Contain Discharge: Issued wet weather advisory For more information on this and other discharges, vis
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(EXTENSION - area) Dense Fog Advisory issued February 21 at 3:11AM EST until February 21 at 10:00AM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 4:11am
...DENSE FOG ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL 10 AM EST THIS MORNING...The National Weather Service in Upton has issued a Dense FogAdvisory, which is in effect until 10 AM EST this morning.* VISIBILITIES...One quarter mile or less at times.* TIMING...Through 10 am this morning.* IMPACTS...Limited visibilities will make travel very difficult.
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Sullivan County, Town of Thompson, Sewage Discharge, Lake Louise Marie

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 3:26am
Location of Discharge: 1-31 Crescent Cir, Rock Hill, NY 12775, USA Additional Address Info: Pump Station Name of Waterbody Affected: Lake Louise Marie Description of Discharge: Sanitary Sewer Potential public area(s) impacted: The following public areas were potentially impacted: Drinking Water Supply Intake: Lake Louise Marie Water Company Facility name: Emerald Green / Lake Louise Marid STP, Facility ID: NY0035645 Date and Time of Discharge: Feb 20 2018 11:00AM Duration of Discharge: 13.3 hours ended. Reason for Discharge: Power Outage: Tripped Breakers in the control panel Volume
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 21 at 4:18AM EST by NWS Albany

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 1:54am
...FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH THURSDAY MORNING...The Flood Watch continues for* Portions of east central New York including the following areas,Northern Warren, Herkimer and Hamilton counties.* Through Thursday morning* Anomalously warm temperatures will continue to allow forconsiderable snow melt in the southern Adirondacks today intotonight. One to three inches of snow melt is expected. Less thana quarter of an inch of additional rainfall is possible today.Ice jam flooding is also possible in the watch area.* Significant rises are possible on rivers, streams and creeksincluding the Sacandaga, Upper Hudson, western Mohawk andSchroon Rivers. The potential for flooding will increase in thewarm air mass with the flood threat continuing into Thursdaymorning.
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 21 at 4:01AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 1:54am
...FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH LATE TONIGHT...The Flood Watch continues for* A portion of central New York, including the following areas,Oneida County.* Through late tonight* The combination of 1 inch of rain recently and several inches ofsnow melt across Oneida County through today will cause areastreams and rivers to rise. Rising waters may cause minorflooding in poor drainage areas. Rising water will break up iceand potentially cause ice jams downstream. Ice jam flooding isalso possible.
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 21 at 12:54AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 1:54am
...FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH THIS EVENING...The Flood Watch continues for* A portion of central New York...including the followingcounties...Jefferson...Lewis and Oswego.* Through this evening.* Warm temperatures will result in considerable snow melt. Inaddition, previous rainfall between a half and one inch with anadditional half inch possible later today will result inconsiderable runoff into area creeks and rivers.* Significant rises are expected on waterways, including theBlack River, and its tributaries, along with the potential forgeneral lowland flooding. Flooding along the Black River maylast through the end of the week due to slow response times.Ice jam flooding is also possible.
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Special Weather Statement issued February 21 at 4:29AM EST by NWS Albany

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 12:44am
...Patchy Dense Fog through the morning commute...Patchy dense fog will continue across the region through themorning commute. Visibilities may drop to near or below onequarter of a mile at times.Motorists should be prepared to encounter areas of greatly reducedvisibilities, allow for increased distance between vehicles anduse low beam headlights when encountering the areas of dense fog.
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Special Weather Statement issued February 21 at 4:21AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 12:44am
...PATCHY DENSE FOG OVER THE AREA THIS MORNING...The fog will begin to dissipate and lift after sunrise. Motoristsshould be alert for rapidly changing visibilities. If driving,slow down, use your low beams, and leave plenty of distancebetween you and the next driver.
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 21 at 4:18AM EST by NWS Albany

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 12:44am
...FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH THURSDAY MORNING...The Flood Watch continues for* Portions of east central New York including the following areas,Northern Warren, Herkimer and Hamilton counties.* Through Thursday morning* Anomalously warm temperatures will continue to allow forconsiderable snow melt in the southern Adirondacks today intotonight. One to three inches of snow melt is expected. Less thana quarter of an inch of additional rainfall is possible today.Ice jam flooding is also possible in the watch area.* Significant rises are possible on rivers, streams and creeksincluding the Sacandaga, Upper Hudson, western Mohawk andSchroon Rivers. The potential for flooding will increase in thewarm air mass with the flood threat continuing into Thursdaymorning.
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 20 at 2:41PM EST by NWS Burlington

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 12:44am
...FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH WEDNESDAY EVENING...The Flood Watch continues for* All of central and northern Vermont as well as portions ofnorthern New York, including the Saint Lawrence River Valley.* Through Wednesday evening.* Near record warmth will continue to cause rapid snow melt andriver ice breakup, which will increase the threat for minor tomoderate flooding across the region through Wednesday.* Areas where ice jams remain in place from the mid-January thawwill be the most susceptible to flooding. Some of these riversinclude but are not limited to the following: the Little Salmon,St Regis, Saranac, Great Chazy, Ausable, Lamoille, Missisquoi,and Winooski.
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 21 at 4:37AM EST by NWS Burlington

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 12:44am
...FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH THIS EVENING...The Flood Watch continues for* All of central and northern Vermont as well as portions ofnorthern New York, including the Saint Lawrence River Valley.* Through this evening* Record warmth will continue to cause rapid snow melt and riverice breakup, which will increase the threat for minor tomoderate flooding across the region through Wednesday.* Areas where ice jams remain in place from the mid-January thawwill be the most susceptible to flooding. Some of these riversinclude but are not limited to the following: the LittleSalmon, St Regis, Saranac, Great Chazy, Ausable, Lamoille,Missisquoi, and Winooski.
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 21 at 4:18AM EST by NWS Albany

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 12:44am
...FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH THURSDAY MORNING...The Flood Watch continues for* Portions of east central New York including the following areas,Northern Warren, Herkimer and Hamilton counties.* Through Thursday morning* Anomalously warm temperatures will continue to allow forconsiderable snow melt in the southern Adirondacks today intotonight. One to three inches of snow melt is expected. Less thana quarter of an inch of additional rainfall is possible today.Ice jam flooding is also possible in the watch area.* Significant rises are possible on rivers, streams and creeksincluding the Sacandaga, Upper Hudson, western Mohawk andSchroon Rivers. The potential for flooding will increase in thewarm air mass with the flood threat continuing into Thursdaymorning.
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 21 at 4:01AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 12:44am
...FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH LATE TONIGHT...The Flood Watch continues for* A portion of central New York, including the following areas,Oneida County.* Through late tonight* The combination of 1 inch of rain recently and several inches ofsnow melt across Oneida County through today will cause areastreams and rivers to rise. Rising waters may cause minorflooding in poor drainage areas. Rising water will break up iceand potentially cause ice jams downstream. Ice jam flooding isalso possible.
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 21 at 4:01AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 12:44am
...FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH LATE TONIGHT...The Flood Watch continues for* A portion of central New York, including the following areas,Oneida County.* Through late tonight* The combination of 1 inch of rain recently and several inches ofsnow melt across Oneida County through today will cause areastreams and rivers to rise. Rising waters may cause minorflooding in poor drainage areas. Rising water will break up iceand potentially cause ice jams downstream. Ice jam flooding isalso possible.
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 21 at 4:01AM EST by NWS Binghamton

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 12:44am
...FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH LATE TONIGHT...The Flood Watch continues for* A portion of central New York, including the following areas,Oneida County.* Through late tonight* The combination of 1 inch of rain recently and several inches ofsnow melt across Oneida County through today will cause areastreams and rivers to rise. Rising waters may cause minorflooding in poor drainage areas. Rising water will break up iceand potentially cause ice jams downstream. Ice jam flooding isalso possible.
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 21 at 12:54AM EST by NWS Buffalo

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 12:44am
...FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH THIS EVENING...The Flood Watch continues for* A portion of central New York...including the followingcounties...Jefferson...Lewis and Oswego.* Through this evening.* Warm temperatures will result in considerable snow melt. Inaddition, previous rainfall between a half and one inch with anadditional half inch possible later today will result inconsiderable runoff into area creeks and rivers.* Significant rises are expected on waterways, including theBlack River, and its tributaries, along with the potential forgeneral lowland flooding. Flooding along the Black River maylast through the end of the week due to slow response times.Ice jam flooding is also possible.
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Flood Warning issued February 20 at 11:44PM EST by NWS Burlington

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 12:44am
The National Weather Service in Burlington has issued a* Flood Warning for...An Ice Jam Accompanied By Rain And Snowmelt in...South central Clinton County in northern New York...North central Essex County in northern New York...* Until 545 AM EST Wednesday* At 1141 PM EST, the gage on the East Branch of the Ausable Riverat Au Sable Forks, NY showed sharp rises due to significant icemovement. Web cam images at the gage site also confirmed sharprises, suggesting possible imminent formation of an ice jam in thevicnity of Au Sable Forks downstream to Clintonville where olderice from the thaw in January is present.* Ice jams are very unpredictable and can break up, move and jamagain very quickly. Water backing up behind the jam is the mainflood threat, and can flood areas under deep water withsurprising speed. Favored ice jam locations are where a riverbends or slows, at bridge abutments, or near islands, sand bars,and other obstructions to river flow.* Some locations that will experience
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 20 at 10:09PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 12:44am
...FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH LATE WEDNESDAY NIGHT...The Flood Watch continues for* A portion of central New York, including the following areas,Northern Oneida and Southern Oneida.* Through late Wednesday night* The combination of 1 inch of rain recently and several inchesof snow melt across Oneida county today through Wednesday willcause area streams and rivers to rise. Rising waters may causeminor flooding in pour drainage areas.
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 20 at 2:41PM EST by NWS Burlington

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 12:44am
...FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH WEDNESDAY EVENING...The Flood Watch continues for* All of central and northern Vermont as well as portions ofnorthern New York, including the Saint Lawrence River Valley.* Through Wednesday evening.* Near record warmth will continue to cause rapid snow melt andriver ice breakup, which will increase the threat for minor tomoderate flooding across the region through Wednesday.* Areas where ice jams remain in place from the mid-January thawwill be the most susceptible to flooding. Some of these riversinclude but are not limited to the following: the Little Salmon,St Regis, Saranac, Great Chazy, Ausable, Lamoille, Missisquoi,and Winooski.
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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued February 20 at 2:38PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Wed, 02/21/2018 - 12:44am
...FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH WEDNESDAY EVENING...The Flood Watch continues for* A portion of central New York...including the followingcounties...Jefferson...Lewis and Oswego.* Through Wednesday evening.* Warm temperatures will result in considerable snow melt. Inaddition rainfall amounts between an inch and an inch and a halfwill result in considerable runoff into area creeks and rivers.* Significant rises are expected on waterways, including the BlackRiver, and its tributaries, along with the potential for generallowland flooding. Flooding along the Black River may lastthrough the end of the week due to slow response times. Ice jamflooding is also possible.
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