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Flood of April 2005

From April 1st through April 3rd 2005, the combination of heavy rainfall and snow melt produced the worst river flooding in almost 70 years across portions of the Upper Susquehanna, Delaware and Chenango River Basins of Central New York and Northeast Pennsylvania. Click on the links below for more information. More data and images will be posted as time allows.

Flooding on the Roberson Museum grounds Binghamton, NY.
Rainfall Reports

Flooding Photos
View Multi-sensor Precipitation Amounts
View Multi-sensor Precipitation Amounts
view archived hydrographs from the flood event.
Archived River Data
Flood Crest Summary
Flood Crest Summary
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If you have pictures of flooding in your area, please send us a copy. You can email them to Ron Murphy at ron.murphy@noaa.gov. Include your name, the date and time of the image, and where it was taken. Please indicate whether we can use the image on our website or in presentations. Full credit will be included on the image. Due to space limitations all images submitted may not be used on this web site. All images will be archived and used as reference for the event. Thanks.

Last updated: April 15, 2005. Added flood crest summary.



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