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wgus61 kaly 260914
ffaaly
163 

flood watch
national weather service albany ny
414 am est sun feb 26 2017

nyz032-033-038>043-082>084-vtz013>015-262200-
/o.con.kaly.fa.a.0001.000000t0000z-170227t0000z/
/00000.0.rs.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.oo/
northern herkimer-hamilton-southern herkimer-southern fulton-
montgomery-northern saratoga-northern warren-northern washington-
northern fulton-southeast warren-southern washington-bennington-
western windham-eastern windham-
including the cities of big moose, eagle bay, mckeever, 
old forge, atwell, nobleboro, northwood, long lake, sabattis, 
hoffmeister, wells, ilion, herkimer, little falls, mohawk, 
frankfort, dolgeville, gloversville, johnstown, amsterdam, 
saratoga lake, saratoga springs, bolton landing, johnsburg, 
north creek, north river, warrensburg, hague, huletts landing, 
whitehall, granville, caroga lake, glens falls, west glens falls,
hudson falls, fort edward, cambridge, greenwich, middle falls, 
north easton, stamford, bennington, woodford state park, pownal, 
stratton, londonderry, brattleboro, guilford center, 
west brattleboro, and bellows falls
414 am est sun feb 26 2017

...flood watch remains in effect through this evening...

the flood watch continues for

* portions of new york and southern vermont, including the 
  following areas, in new york, hamilton, montgomery, northern 
  fulton, northern herkimer, northern saratoga, northern warren, 
  northern washington, southeast warren, southern fulton, 
  southern herkimer, and southern washington. in southern 
  vermont, bennington, eastern windham, and western windham. 

* through this evening

* a strong cold front moved across the region yesterday with heavy
  rainfall from showers and thunderstorms that ranged from a half
  an inch to an inch and a half. the combination of the rain and
  snow melt the past few days enhanced runoff into area rivers,
  resulting in minor flooding. additional flooding is also
  possible on small streams, creeks and rivers due to the
  excessive runoff. the rivers are expected to crest this
  afternoon into early this evening. 

* areas of the western mohawk valley, the upper hudson, the
  southern adirondacks, lake george saratoga region and southern
  vermont will continue to be the most vulnerable for minor 
  flooding.


precautionary/preparedness actions...

a flood watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts.

you should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible
flood warnings. those living in areas prone to flooding should be
prepared to take action should flooding develop.

&&

$$
wgus61 kbtv 261059
ffabtv
877 

flood watch
national weather service burlington vt
559 am est sun feb 26 2017

nyz026>031-034-035-087-vtz001>012-016>019-270000-
/o.con.kbtv.fa.a.0001.000000t0000z-170227t0000z/
/00000.0.ic.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.oo/
northern st. lawrence-northern franklin-eastern clinton-
southeastern st. lawrence-southern franklin-western clinton-
western essex-eastern essex-southwestern st. lawrence-grand isle-
western franklin-orleans-essex-western chittenden-lamoille-
caledonia-washington-western addison-orange-western rutland-
windsor-eastern franklin-eastern chittenden-eastern addison-
eastern rutland-
including the cities of massena, malone, plattsburgh, star lake, 
saranac lake, tupper lake, dannemora, lake placid, port henry, 
ticonderoga, ogdensburg, potsdam, gouverneur, alburgh, 
south hero, st. albans, newport, island pond, burlington, 
johnson, stowe, st. johnsbury, montpelier, middlebury, vergennes,
bradford, randolph, rutland, springfield, white river junction, 
enosburg falls, richford, underhill, bristol, ripton, 
east wallingford, and killington
559 am est sun feb 26 2017

...flood watch remains in effect through this evening...

the flood watch continues for

* portions of northern new york and vermont, including the 
  following areas, in northern new york, eastern clinton, 
  eastern essex, northern franklin, northern st. lawrence, 
  southeastern st. lawrence, southern franklin, southwestern st. 
  lawrence, western clinton, and western essex. in vermont, 
  caledonia, eastern addison, eastern chittenden, eastern 
  franklin, eastern rutland, essex, grand isle, lamoille, 
  orange, orleans, washington, western addison, western 
  chittenden, western franklin, western rutland, and windsor. 

* through this evening at 7pm.

* minor to locally moderate flooding will continue due to the
  combination of rapid snow melt and rainfall from saturday.

* most rivers have either crested or are expected to crest by this
  afternoon. minor to moderate flooding is most likely, with
  inundation of low lying fields and roads near rivers. 

precautionary/preparedness actions...

you should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible 
flood warnings. those living in areas prone to flooding should be 
prepared to take action should flooding develop.

&&

$$
wgus61 kbuf 260821
ffabuf
195 

flood watch
national weather service buffalo ny
321 am est sun feb 26 2017


nyz006>008-261630-
/o.con.kbuf.fa.a.0002.000000t0000z-170227t0000z/
/00000.0.rs.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.oo/
oswego-jefferson-lewis-
including the cities of oswego, watertown, and lowville
321 am est sun feb 26 2017

...flood watch remains in effect through this evening...

the flood watch continues for

* a portion of central new york...including the following 
  counties...jefferson...lewis and oswego. 

* through this evening.

* around an inch of rain fell with the passage of a cold front on
  saturday. meanwhile warm temperatures over several days resulted
  in rapid snowmelt across the tug hill plateau and western
  adirondacks. excessive runoff from snowmelt and rain will
  continue to result in high water levels in streams and rivers.


* flooding is expected for portions of the watch area. please see
  specific river flood warnings for the black river and moose 
  river. other rivers may approach flood stage today, including 
  the beaver river and other rivers which drain the tug hill 
  plateau and western adirondacks. 

precautionary/preparedness actions...

a flood watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts. you should monitor later forecasts and be
alert for possible flood warnings. those living in areas prone to
flooding should be prepared to take action should flooding
develop. stay tuned to weather radio or other radio and tv
stations for further details or updates.

&&

$$
wgus61 kgyx 260809
ffagyx
735 

flood watch
national weather service gray me
309 am est sun feb 26 2017


mez007>009-012>014-020-021-nhz001>009-011-012-015-262100-
/o.con.kgyx.fa.a.0001.000000t0000z-170227t0000z/
/00000.0.ij.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.000000t0000z.oo/
northern oxford-northern franklin-central somerset-
southern oxford-southern franklin-southern somerset-androscoggin-
kennebec-northern coos-southern coos-northern grafton-
northern carroll-southern grafton-southern carroll-sullivan-
merrimack-belknap-cheshire-eastern hillsborough-
western and central hillsborough-
including the cities of upton, wilsons mills, andover, byron, 
middle dam, roxbury, south arm, coburn gore, davis, oquossoc, 
rangeley, avon, kingfield, phillips, new portland, brassua, 
long pond, moosehead, pittston farm, seboomook, bingham, jackman,
bethel, bryant pond, hanover, locke mills, milton, newry, 
rumford, norway, fryeburg, oxford, farmington, new sharon, 
new vineyard, temple, wilton, chesterville, jay, athens, 
cornville, skowhegan, palmyra, pittsfield, embden, madison, 
greene, lewiston, sabattus, wales, minot, turner, auburn, 
livermore falls, augusta, sidney, windsor, vassalboro, 
waterville, china, palermo, errol, millsfield, colebrook, berlin,
dummer, milan, york pond, lancaster, bethlehem, lincoln, 
littleton, sugar hill, thornton, waterville valley, woodstock, 
jackson, north conway, albany, conway, chatham, crawford notch, 
lebanon, lyme, ashland, ellsworth, holderness, plymouth, rumney, 
wakefield, bridgewater, brookfield, ossipee, tuftonboro, 
wolfeboro, moultonborough, claremont, cornish, unity, croydon, 
goshen, grantham, lempster, newport, charlestown, boscawen, 
canterbury, concord, dunbarton, loudon, hooksett, laconia, 
gilford, meredith, gilsum, keene, marlow, sullivan, surry, 
jaffrey, manchester, pelham, nashua, amherst, milford, 
mont vernon, goffstown, peterborough, sharon, hollis, and weare
309 am est sun feb 26 2017

...flood watch remains in effect through this evening...

the flood watch continues for

* portions of maine and new hampshire, including the following
  areas, in maine, androscoggin, central and southern somerset,
  kennebec, franklin, and oxford. in new hampshire, belknap,
  cheshire, hillsborough, merrimack, carroll, coos, grafton, and
  sullivan. 

* through this evening.

* recent warm temperatures have generated significant melting of
  snowpack. this melting combined with recent rainfall will result
  in elevated water levels on area rivers and streams. the
  elevated water levels is causing ice breakup and movement.  

* the primary flood threat today will be from ice jam related
  flooding. ice jams both form and dissolve rapidly, and may form
  at any time with little if any advance warning.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

a flood watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts.

you should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible
flood warnings. those living in areas prone to flooding should be
prepared to take action should flooding develop.

&&

$$

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