ALERT ARCHIVE


Daily history of all alerts posted by the National Weather Service for the surrounding area.

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Thursday October 16, 2014
21 total alerts issued on this day
LOCATION/ALERT ISSUED EXPIRES DURATION
Broome
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 15
9:55pm
Oct 16
11:00am
13 hours
05 minutes
Chenango
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 15
9:55pm
Oct 16
11:00am
13 hours
05 minutes
Delaware
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 15
9:55pm
Oct 16
11:00am
13 hours
05 minutes
Otsego
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 15
9:55pm
Oct 16
11:00am
13 hours
05 minutes
Northern Wayne
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 15
9:55pm
Oct 16
11:00am
13 hours
05 minutes
Susquehanna
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 15
9:55pm
Oct 16
11:00am
13 hours
05 minutes
Delaware
Flood Advisory
Oct 15
7:37pm
Oct 16
1:30am
5 hours
53 minutes
Northern Wayne
Flood Advisory
Oct 15
7:37pm
Oct 16
1:30am
5 hours
53 minutes
Broome
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 16
3:14am
Oct 16
11:00am
7 hours
46 minutes
Chenango
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 16
3:14am
Oct 16
11:00am
7 hours
46 minutes
Delaware
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 16
3:14am
Oct 16
11:00am
7 hours
46 minutes
Otsego
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 16
3:14am
Oct 16
11:00am
7 hours
46 minutes
Northern Wayne
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 16
3:14am
Oct 16
11:00am
7 hours
46 minutes
Susquehanna
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 16
3:14am
Oct 16
11:00am
7 hours
46 minutes
Chenango
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 16
6:31am
Oct 16
11:00am
4 hours
29 minutes
Delaware
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 16
6:31am
Oct 16
11:00am
4 hours
29 minutes
Otsego
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 16
6:31am
Oct 16
11:00am
4 hours
29 minutes
Northern Wayne
Flash Flood Watch
Oct 16
6:31am
Oct 16
11:00am
4 hours
29 minutes
Delaware
Flood Advisory
Oct 16
7:02am
Oct 16
10:00am
2 hours
58 minutes
Otsego
Flood Advisory
Oct 16
7:02am
Oct 16
10:00am
2 hours
58 minutes
Delaware New York
Flood Advisory
Oct 16
7:02am
Oct 16
10:00am
2 hours
58 minutes

Random Fact

Barometer

A barometer is an instrument used to measure atmospheric pressure. A barometer is commonly used for weather prediction, as high air pressure in a region indicates fair weather while low pressure indicates that storms are more likely. When used in combination with wind observations, reasonably accurate short-term forecasts can be made.