The National Weather Service in Binghamton announced around 12:10 pm that a flash flood watch is in effect for south central New York and northeastern Pennsylvania, through the evening. In the Catskills region, the alert includes Delaware and Sullivan Counties.
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Flash Flood Watch Is In Effect This Afternoon Through Early This Evening For Portions Of Northeast Pennsylvania And Central New York...
A Slow-Moving Cold Front Will Cross The Area Late This Afternoon Through Early This Evening. Bands Of Rain And Scattered Thunderstorms Will Develop Along And Ahead Of The Front. Some Of The Rain Associated With These Bands Will Be Heavy... And Could Cause Localized Flooding Of Streams... Creeks And Poor Drainage Areas. ...Flash Flood Watch In Effect Until 10 PM EDT This Evening... The National Weather Service In Binghamton Has Issued A * Flash Flood Watch For Portions Of New York And Northeast Pennsylvania...Including The Following Counties...In New York...Broome...Chenango...Delaware...Madison...Northern Oneida...Otsego...Southern Oneida And Sullivan. In Northeast Pennsylvania...Lackawanna...Luzerne...Northern Wayne...Pike... Southern Wayne...Susquehanna And Wyoming.
*Until 10 PM EDT This Evening *
Bands Of Heavy Rain And Scattered Thunderstorms Will Move Across The Area This Afternoon Through Early This Evening. Localized Rainfall Of 2 To 3 Inches Could Be Enough To Cause Localized Flooding Of Streams... Creeks And Poor Drainage Areas.