Flood Potential Outlook
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FGUS71 KALY 022025 CCA

Winter/Spring Flood Potential Outlook
National Weather Service Albany NY
425 PM EDT Thu May 2 2019

...Spring snowmelt flood threat has ended...

This is the final in a series of hydrologic outlooks issued by the
National Weather Service every two weeks...which refers to the
potential for flooding across eastern New York State, southern
Vermont, Berkshire County Massachusetts and Litchfield County
Connecticut. The major river basins in this area are the Hudson,
Mohawk and Housatonic.

Any snow remaining in high terrain in shaded areas is hydrologically
insignificant, elsewhere the ground has been bare for some time.
Elevated flows continue in some rivers due to upstream reservoir

It is important to remember that heavy rain can cause flooding at
any time of year. Extended hydrologic information will be included
in the Hazardous Weather Outlook when necessary at

Observed and 3 day forecast river information can be found on our
web page at www.weather.gov/albany. Three to seven day ensemble
forecast information can be found at www.weather.gov/erh/mmefs.



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