Severe thunderstorms and flash flooding possible in tonight through Tuesday forecast

Marginal and Slight Risks for severe weather, along with flash flooding, are being forecast for Allegany County, increasing to the south and east, from Sunday night through Tuesday, with the greatest potential tomorrow.

The National Weather Service at Binghamton is providing Monday charts, with Allegany County just west of the outlined area. The yellow area is at the higher, Slight level, of risk.

The National Weather Service at Buffalo is projecting that some of the storms “Some of these storms “could produce strong gusty winds, large hail, and heavy rainfall.”

Be Aware. Be Prepared. Stay Safe.TM and continue to monitor for any updates. Remember to Turn Around Don’t Drown, with just six inches of flowing water able to knock people off their feet and 12 inches able to move small vehicles.

Consider posting photos or video of any significant storm damage to our Facebook page or sending it to us at by, first, BEING SAFE when doing so, and including your name, location and direction of images, and any other pertinent information.

Follow on Doppler radar
Additional details on the weather 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 on our Allegany Hope Community News, Resources and Calendar website at or

Due to Allegany County’s location bordering three NYS forecast offices, Allegany Hope Weather Resources provides forecasts and other information from National Weather Services offices 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.

Additional preparedness
Allegany Hope is a Weather-Ready Nation AmbassadorTM and provides both adverse weather and other emergency preparedness and weather education information on this website and on our group Allegany Hope WNY Community News Facebook page at

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Emergency alerts reporting should not be considered a substitute for immediate weather alert radio or portable instant warning devices.

As always, we are seeking volunteers who have an interest in weather and other types of disaster preparedness to expand our coverage and community education. For further information, contact us at or (585) 664-9989.