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National Weather Service Warns of Potential Flooding For Tomorrow – Remnants of Beryl


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The National Weather Service in Binghamton says there is an increasing risk for potential flooding throughout the Central New York Region for tomorrow, Wednesday, July 10th. The NWS says the heaviest rainfall will move eastwards beginning on Wednesday through Friday.

At the moment, the NWS says there is a slight risk for the Cortland area for scattered flash flooding with flooding being mainly localized. 

“Confidence is increasing for localized flooding from heavy rain and high rainfall rates Wed to Friday as a plume of very high moisture interacts with a front. The exact position of the heaviest rainfall is still uncertain but where it occurs will have an increased risk for flooding.”

The NWS said in a release.

Areas mostly likely to be affected by flooding are urban areas, roads, small streams, and washes. Never try to drive through a flooded roadway and remember the phrase “turn around, don’t drown.”

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