Marginal Risk of localized flash flooding tonight and Sunday, greater to the east and south

Allegany County is under a Marginal Risk of localized excessive rain and flash flooding tonight, Sunday and Tuesday, with the same for severe thunderstorms in the southeastern portion of the county today.

The accompanying maps from the National Weather Service (NWS) at Binghamton shows the impacted area, with Allegany County immediately to the left (west) of the forecast center’s reporting area. Projections, from the NWS national Storm Prediction Center are deemed to vary within 25 miles of the lines.

Unsettled weather is forecast to clear toward the end of the week.

Be Aware. Be Prepared. Stay Safe.TM and monitor for any updates. Turn Around Don’t Drown, with an individual able to be knocked off their feet with as little as six inches of flowing water, and a small car moved at only a depth of one foot.

Follow on Doppler radar
Current details on today’s weather, based on location of residence, work, or travel, along with current forecasts for the next seven days in specific areas, including updating Doppler radar images as they relate to storms, are available through links on our exclusive Weather Resources page at our Allegany Hope Community News, Resources and Calendar website at or

Due to Allegany County’s location being in or bordering three NYS forecast offices, Allegany Hope Weather Resources provides forecasts and other information from National Weather Services stations at Buffalo, for Allegany County west, Binghamton for Steuben County east, and State College, Pa., for Potter and McKean counties in Pennsylvania, along with regional and national data.

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