Another major rainfall has brought widespread flash flooding to our region this evening. So far, many areas have picked up 2" of rainfall through 9pm, with up to an additional inch of rain throughout tonight. Most of this rain has fallen in less than 90 minutes, promoting flash flooding in our region.
The current areas under a flash flood warning include Southern Oneida and southern Herkimer Counties. This flash flood warning expires at 11pm.
Widespread flooding has been reported. The hardest hit areas so far include Utica and the surrounding areas. Several roads are impassable due to high flood waters. Please be careful if you are heading home tonight.
The risk for flash flooding will gradually diminish tonight as heavy rain comes to an end. We're still expecting strong winds for tomorrow, with gusts up to 50mph.
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