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flood watch
national weather service buffalo ny
629 am est fri nov 21 2014
...significant flooding possible early next week...
two significant lake effect snow events this week have brought a
very deep snowpack across portions of western new york. this
snowpack now stores a large quantity of water. after the lake
effect snow ends...a warming trend will start early this weekend.
by saturday afternoon air temperatures will remain above freezing
through tuesday night. daytime highs will rise to near 50 f
degrees on sunday...and near 60 f degrees on monday. in addition
to the warming air temperatures...a southerly breeze and rising
dew points will make for a more efficient melting of the snowpack.
at first the snowpack will absorb much of the water from the snow
melt. however as the snowpack ripens...and with the addition of a
half inch or so of rainfall sunday night and monday...the
potential for flooding will rapidly increase.
people living in areas prone to flooding...and where significant
amounts of snow fell should take time in advance of the warming
to prepare for the potential for significant flooding early next
week. in addition to creeks and small streams flooding their
banks...widespread flooding is possible across towns where
several feet of snow fell.
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northern erie-genesee-wyoming-southern erie-
including the cities of...buffalo...batavia...warsaw...
orchard park...springville
629 am est fri nov 21 2014
...flood watch remains in effect from sunday afternoon through
wednesday morning...
the flood watch continues for
* a portion of western new york...including the following
counties...genesee...northern erie...southern erie and
wyoming.
* from sunday afternoon through wednesday morning.
* snow melt from the recent significant lake effect snow events
combined with rainfall early next week will bring the
potential for significant flooding.
* smaller streams and creeks will be prone to flooding from snow
melt. this will include the creeks that flow through the buffalo
metro area...including cayuga...buffalo...cazenovia an ellicott
creeks. towns that received significant amounts of snow will
also have potential for urban flooding from the snow melt.
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
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flood watch
national weather service columbia sc
221 pm est thu nov 20 2014
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aiken-
221 pm est thu nov 20 2014
...flash flood watch remains in effect through saturday evening...
the flash flood watch continues for
* horse creek downstream of langley pond in aiken county.
* through saturday evening
* emergency management has previously reported that the langley
pond dam had a structural concern. at this time the dam
continues to be monitored while water is drawn down slowly from
behind the dam. this flash flood watch may need to be extended
later this weekend due to additional rainfall that is forecast
to fall across the basin late in the weekend.
* areas downstream of the dam include the towns of langley and
bath near horse creek. state road 254...langley dam road and
state road 67...anthony drive...could be impacted where they
cross horse creek. other areas that could be affected would be
camp kiwanis lane and far four lane.
a flash flood watch means that conditions may develop downstream
of the dam that could lead to flash flooding. flash flooding is a
very dangerous situation.
residents downstream of the dam should be prepared to take action
should a flash flood warning be issued.
dam safety experts...with state and local emergency services...
continue to monitor the dam and will issue public statements as
conditions warrant. plan now so you will know what to do in an
emergency. keep informed by listening to local radio and television
for statements and possible warnings. follow the advice of public
safety officials.
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flood watch
national weather service medford or
937 pm pst thu nov 20 2014
...flash flooding possible in wildfire burn scar areas friday
evening and friday night...
.a very wet storm system will bring 1 to 2 inches of rain and
high snow levels to western siskiyou county from friday afternoon
through friday night. this will create the potential for flash
flooding and rockslides.
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western siskiyou county-
937 pm pst thu nov 20 2014
...flash flood watch remains in effect from friday evening
through late friday night...
the flash flood watch continues for
* a portion of northern california...including the following
area...western siskiyou county.
* timing: from friday evening through late friday night.
* impacts of flooding: roads and communities located below
significantly burned slopes will be at risk for the potential
of rapidly moving landslides. roads could become blocked.
rockslides will also be possible.
* roads potentially affected: highway 96...sawyers bar road...
and scott river road.
* for a detailed view of the hazard area...visit
http://go.usa.gov/zyv5
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a flash flood watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.
you should monitor latest forecasts and be prepared to take
action should flash flood warnings be issued.
&&
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