Another day, more rain, and now one of the wettest October’s in history, as the National Weather Service details the rain that fell Friday night into Saturday morning.
Widespread flooding was reported earlier in the week when torrential rains came and dumped 2+ inches of rain on much of the region. By Friday another inch of rain was recorded in most locations.
You can see the creek cresting from across the street. The falls are the highest I've seen them in at least 15 years. Logs & trees are piling up. It's going to be a wild one. pic.twitter.com/P2pf7pRvvV
— English Elective (@EnglishElective) October 30, 2021
Reporting in about 1.76 inches rain from Penn Yan N.Y. #Keukalake #keukaoutlet gates open flowing down to #Senecalake[email protected] @GarofaloWX @wnywxguy @FLXJosh @Wxandgardenguy @EricSnitilWx @WxChristineG @ChristinaReisWx @JamesGilbertWX @sheriffspike @MikeGouldrick pic.twitter.com/GJyN5E4z5u
— Ed Traphagen (@Trapper51) October 30, 2021
Here’s how rainfall shaped up around Upstate New York
Editor’s Note: All reports in inches as reported by the National Weather Service.
North Rose: 1.25
We have some new fishing ponds in Gates this morning! pic.twitter.com/rfZYgIZAcO
— Jim "JVB" VanBrederode (@jvanbred) October 30, 2021
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