Flood Watch in Central New York, while rain approaching bankfull conditions in this area

Rain is expected to continue through the first part of this week, creating bankfull conditions along small streams and creeks in the region, with a FLOOD WATCH in effect in Central New York and Pennsylvania to the east.

Doppler radar shows much of Allegany County escaping heavy rain at this hour, but precipitation will continue through the first part of the week, potentially resulting in flooding of smaller streams and creeks, and in the typical flood prone areas.

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