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(CONTINUATION) Flood Watch issued January 10 at 11:05AM EST until January 12 at 7:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 12:05pm
...Flood Watch Remains In Effect From Saturday Afternoon Through Sunday Evening... The Flood Watch Continues For * Portions Of New York And Northeast Pennsylvania...Including The Following Counties...In New York...Broome...Chemung... Chenango...Cortland...Delaware...Madison...Northern Oneida... Onondaga...Otsego...Schuyler...Seneca...Southern Cayuga... Southern Oneida...Steuben...Sullivan...Tioga...Tompkins And Yates. In Northeast Pennsylvania...Bradford...Lackawanna... Luzerne...Northern Wayne...Pike...Southern Wayne...Susquehanna And Wyoming. * From Saturday Afternoon Through Sunday Evening * Rain Will Move In Saturday Morning And End Saturday Evening. This Rain Combined With High Temperatures In The Lower 50S Will Cause The Snow To Melt. Rainfall Amounts Will Be Three Quarters To One And A Half Inches From Scranton East To The Poconos And Southern Catskills. The Rest Of The Area Will Get Around Half An Inch. Snowmelt Will Add Less Than An Additional Inch Of Liquid. The Rain And Snow
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ROAD CLOSURE: S/B Palisades Parkway due to Police Activity for 2 hrs. at Exit 5 - State Hwy 303, T/Orangetown, Rockland Co.

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 11:32am
ROAD CLOSURE: S/B Palisades Parkway due to Police Activity for 2 hours at Exit 5 - State Hwy 303, T/Orangetown, Rockland Co.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 10 at 10:25AM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 11:25am
...Patchy Ice Into Early This Afternoon... Patchy Freezing Rain Is Expected To Fall Across The Area Into Early This Afternoon. This Will Create Slippery Conditions On Untreated Surfaces. Motorists Should Exercise Extra Caution When Commuting And Be Alert For These Slippery Conditions.
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UPDATE: CORRECTION I-81 NB Between Exits 11 & 12 LEFTclosed due to jacknifed Tractor Trailor at 9AM for up to 4 hours, Cortland County

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 11:04am
UPDATE: CORRECTION I-81 NB Between Exits 11 & 12 LEFTclosed due to jacknifed Tractor Trailor at 9AM for up to 4 hours, Cortland County
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UPDATE: I-81 NB Between Exits 11 & 12 right closed due to jacknifed Tractor Trailor at 9AM for up to 4 hours, Cortland County

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 10:56am
UPDATE: I-81 NB Between Exits 11 & 12 right closed due to jacknifed Tractor Trailor at 9AM for up to 4 hours, Cortland County
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CLEARED: Rte 67 between Beck Rd & Buskirk-Hoosick Rd, since 06:40 in the Town of Hoosick due to accident Rensselaer Co is now CLEARED at 9:45AM

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 10:53am
CLEARED: Rte 67 between Beck Rd & Buskirk-Hoosick Rd, since 06:40 in the Town of Hoosick due to accident Rensselaer Co is now CLEARED at 9:45AM
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(EXTENSION - area) Flood Watch issued January 10 at 9:30AM EST until January 12 at 1:00PM EST by NWS Buffalo

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 10:30am
...Significant Warm Up With Some Rain Expected On Saturday... .An Area Of High Pressure Will Remain Anchored Along The New England Coastline Today And Tonight. The Return Flow Around The Fair Weather System Will Circulate Much Warmer Air Northward From The Ohio Valley. The Southerly Flow Will Become Enhanced Friday Night And Saturday When A Deepening Storm Will Lift From The Southern Plains Across The Upper Great Lakes. The Very Mild Southerly Flow Will Also Include Plenty Of Moisture. A Cold Front Associated With The Great Lakes Storm Will Sweep Across New York State And Interact With The Enriched Moisture Supply To Produce Periods Rain. The Combination Of Rain Along With Temperatures That Are Forecast To Climb To Near 50 Should Result In Greatly Increased Runoff With Significant Rises Likely On Area Tributaries. Plenty Of Ice Is Also In Place In The Creeks...And The Primary Risk For Flooding Will Be From Ice Jams. The Warm Weather And Increased Flows Will Break The River Ice...Which
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CLEARED: I-495 (LIE) E/B Debris Spill between Exit 51 (NY 231) to Exit 52 (Commack Rd) in Suffolk CO., the right, center, & left lanes are blocked.

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 9:47am
CLEARED: I-495 (LIE) E/B Debris Spill between Exit 51 (NY 231) to Exit 52 (Commack Rd) in Suffolk CO., the right, center, & left lanes are blocked.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 10 at 8:34AM EST by NWS Albany

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 9:34am
...Occasional Light Snow To Impact Travel This Morning... Occasionally Light To Moderate Snow Will Continue Across Eastern New York And Western New England This Morning. Temperatures In The Teens To Middle 20S Will Allow The Snow To Stick On Untreated Surfaces Which May Become Suddenly Slippery. Visibilities Will Lower Under A Mile At Times In The Snow. Snow Accumulations Will Range From A Coating To Up To An Inch In Some Locations. Motorists Should Use Caution While Driving...And Allow Extra Time To Reach Their Destination.
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CLEARED: I-481 NB @ I-690 WB, Town of Dewitt, Left lane reopened at 8:10 AM from accident at 7:15 AM, Onondaga County

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 9:17am
CLEARED: I-481 NB @ I-690 WB, Town of Dewitt, Left lane reopened at 8:10 AM from accident at 7:15 AM, Onondaga County. No unusual delays.
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Special Weather Statement issued January 10 at 8:05AM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 9:05am
...Patchy Ice This Morning... A Combination Of Spotty Light Freezing Drizzle As Well As Patchy Freezing Fog Will Create Slippery Conditions For Some Areas This Morning. Motorists Should Exercise Extra Caution When Commuting This Morning And Be Alert For These Slippery Conditions.
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CORRECTION: I-481 NB @ I-690 WB, Town of Dewitt, Left lane closed due to accident at 7:15 AM for up to 2 hours, Onondaga County

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 8:40am
I-481 NB @ I-690 WB, Town of Dewitt, Left lane closed due to accident at 7:15 AM for up to 2 hours, Onondaga County.
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CLOSED Rte 67 between Beck Rd & Buskirk-Hoosick Rd, since 06:40 in the Town of Hoosick due to accident Rensselaer Co

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 7:56am
CLOSED Rte 67 between Beck Rd & Buskirk-Hoosick Rd, since 06:40 in the Town of Hoosick due to accident Rensselaer Co
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N/S US Hwy 9W- Road Closure- at 0553am- T/Highlands- Orange Co. Due to a serious accident

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 6:56am
N/S US Hwy 9W Area of State Hwy 293- Road Closure- at 0553am- T/Highlands- Orange Co. Due to a serious accident
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Special Weather Statement issued January 10 at 4:38AM EST by NWS Albany

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 5:38am
...Light Snow For The Morning Commute... Periods Of Light To Occasionally Moderate Snow Will Continue From The Capital Region...Schoharie Valley...And The Berkshires South And East For The Early Morning Commute. Temperatures In The Teens To Mid 20S Will Allow The Snow To Stick On Untreated Surfaces Which May Become Suddenly Slippery. Visibilities Will Lower Under A Mile At Times In The Snow. Snow Accumulations Will Range From A Coating To Up To An Inch In Some Locations. Motorists Should Use Caution While Driving...And Allow Extra Time For The Early Morning Commute To Their Destination.
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Flood Watch issued January 10 at 4:28AM EST until January 12 at 6:00PM EST by NWS Albany

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 5:28am
...Flood Watch In Effect From Saturday Afternoon Through Sunday Afternoon... The National Weather Service In Albany Has Issued A * Flood Watch For East Central New York And Adjacent Western New England. * From Saturday Afternoon Through Sunday Afternoon * Low Pressure Will Move From The Central Great Lakes Region Into Southeast Canada Saturday Into Saturday Night With Some Moderate To Heavy Rainfall Occurring Ahead Of A Frontal Boundary. Temperatures Will Rise Into The Upper 40S To Lower 50S Ahead The Front Allowing Snow Melt To Occur Across The Region. Rainfall Amounts Will Range From Three Quarters Of An Inch To An Inch From The Capital Region North And West...And One To Two Inches To The South And East. * The Rainfall Will Fall On Frozen Ground Which Will Become Runoff And May Potentially Cause Street Or Poor Drainage Flooding Of Low Lying Areas. The Warm Temperatures Combined With The Rainfall May Cause Ice Movement And Break Up For Ice Jam Flooding On Some Of The Rivers And Stream
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Flood Watch issued January 10 at 4:13AM EST until January 12 at 7:00PM EST by NWS Binghamton

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 5:13am
...Flood Watch In Effect From Saturday Afternoon Through Sunday Evening... The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A * Flood Watch For Portions Of New York And Northeast Pennsylvania...Including The Following Counties...In New York...Broome...Chemung...Chenango...Cortland...Delaware... Madison...Northern Oneida...Onondaga...Otsego...Schuyler... Seneca...Southern Cayuga...Southern Oneida...Steuben... Sullivan...Tioga...Tompkins And Yates. In Northeast Pennsylvania...Bradford...Lackawanna...Luzerne...Northern Wayne...Pike...Southern Wayne...Susquehanna And Wyoming. * From Saturday Afternoon Through Sunday Evening * Rain Will Move In Saturday Morning And End Saturday Evening. This Rain Combined With High Temperatures In The Lower 50S Will Cause All The Snow To Melt. Rainfall Amounts Will Be Three Quarters To One And A Half Inches From Scranton East To The Poconos And Southern Catskills. The Rest Of The Area Will Get Around Half An Inch. Snowmelt Will Add Less Than An Additio
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Flood Watch issued January 10 at 3:50AM EST until January 12 at 6:00AM EST by NWS New York City - Upton

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 4:50am
...Heavy Rain Expected Saturday And Saturday Night... ...Flood Watch In Effect From Saturday Morning Through Late Saturday Night... The National Weather Service In New York Has Issued A * Flood Watch For Portions Of Southern Connecticut...Northeast New Jersey And Southeast New York...Including The Following Areas...In Southern Connecticut...Northern Fairfield... Northern Middlesex...Northern New Haven...Northern New London...Southern Fairfield...Southern Middlesex...Southern New Haven And Southern New London. In Northeast New Jersey... Eastern Bergen...Eastern Essex...Eastern Passaic...Eastern Union...Hudson...Western Bergen...Western Essex...Western Passaic And Western Union. In Southeast New York...Bronx... Kings (Brooklyn)...New York (Manhattan)...Northeastern Suffolk...Northern Nassau...Northern Queens...Northern Westchester...Northwestern Suffolk...Orange...Putnam... Richmond (Staten Island)...Rockland...Southeastern Suffolk... Southern Nassau...Southern Queens...Southern Westches
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Flood Watch issued January 10 at 3:38AM EST until January 12 at 7:00PM EST by NWS Burlington

Fri, 01/10/2014 - 4:38am
...Flood Watch In Effect For Much Of Vermont And Northern New York Due To Ice Jam Potential Late Saturday And Sunday... ...Flood Watch In Effect From Saturday Afternoon Through Sunday Evening... 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...Clinton...Essex...Southeastern St. Lawrence...Southern Franklin. In Vermont... Caledonia...Addison...Chittenden... Franklin...Rutland...Essex...Lamoille...Orange... Orleans...Washington...And Windsor. * From Saturday Afternoon Through Sunday Evening. * Low Pressure Passing West Of The Region On Saturday Will Bring Temperatures Into The 40S And A Period Of Moderate To Heavy Rainfall Saturday Afternoon And Evening. Rainfall Amounts Are Expected To Range From 0.75 Inches Across The Northern Adirondacks To Around An Inch Across Much Of Vermont. * Most Of The Rainfall Will Go Directly Into Runoff With Frozen Ground. The Warm Tem
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