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flood watch
national weather service buffalo ny
1128 pm edt tue apr 15 2014
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oswego-jefferson-lewis-
including the cities of...oswego...watertown...lowville
1128 pm edt tue apr 15 2014
...flood watch is cancelled...
while an areal flood warning is still in effect for lewis county
and a flood warning is in effect for the black river...no
additional flooding is expected.
in regards to the black river...moderate flooding will take place
downstream from boonville. this will have significant impacts...
particularly from carthage to waterville.
mainly dry weather and sub freezing temperatures through
wednesday night will allow for water levels to subside on the
smaller feeder creeks and streams...even though levels on the
larger tributaries will remain above flood stage.
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flood watch
national weather service caribou me
1032 pm edt wed apr 16 2014
...ice jam flood threat continues for northern and eastern maine
through thursday...
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northwest aroostook-northeast aroostook-northern somerset-
northern piscataquis-northern penobscot-southeast aroostook-
central piscataquis-central penobscot-southern penobscot-
interior hancock-central washington-coastal hancock-
coastal washington-southern piscataquis-northern washington-
including the cities of...allagash...clayton lake...madawaska...
fort kent...frenchville...presque isle...caribou...van buren...
mars hill...baker lake...billy-jack depot...baxter st park...
chamberlain lake...churchill dam...mount katahdin...millinocket...
east millinocket...patten...medway...houlton...hodgdon...
sherman...smyrna mills...greenville...monson...blanchard...
lincoln...howland...springfield...bangor...brewer...orono...
old town...amherst...aurora...dedham...eastbrook...great pond...
orland...deblois...grand lake stream...meddybemps...pembroke...
perry...princeton...ellsworth...bar harbor...blue hill...
eastport...machias...cherryfield...dover-foxcroft...milo...
guilford...danforth...vanceboro...topsfield
1032 pm edt wed apr 16 2014
...flood watch remains in effect through thursday afternoon...
the flood watch continues for
* portions of east central maine...north central maine...
northern maine...southeast maine and west central maine...
including the following areas...in east central maine...
central penobscot...northern penobscot and southern penobscot.
in north central maine...central piscataquis...northern
piscataquis and southern piscataquis. in northern maine...
northeast aroostook...northwest aroostook and southeast
aroostook. in southeast maine...central washington...coastal
hancock...coastal washington...interior hancock and northern
washington. in west central maine...northern somerset.
* through thursday afternoon
* while the intrusion of much colder and drier air has helped slow
runoff and improve conditions across the region...many roads
remain closed due to flooding.
* ice had broken up and was moving on the rivers especially the
saint john... aroostook and piscataquis rivers. an ice jam on
the aroostook river at fort fairfield had moved into new
brunswick earlier wednesday afternoon and now threatens
interests in western new brunswick. there is still a possible
ice jam near masardis and earlier water was reported 16 inches
deep in oxbow flats. many streams and rivers continue to rise
including the mattawamkeag and penobscot rivers. colder
temperatures tonight will slow the rising waters but the threat
of flooding continues and flooding can rapidly develop in the
vicinity of ice jams. those with interests along rivers and
streams should remain alert for ice jams and possible 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.
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