Floyd Deluges Eastern New York

and Western New England



WSR-88D Storm total Precipitation Estimate

(Through 8 am Friday September 17, 1999)



Radar rainfall estimate

RECORD RAINFALL!

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NEW YORK

FLOYD IMPACTS THE DROUGHT

The Following Are Actual Storm Total Rainfall Reports for National Weather Service Cooperative Weather Observers and Certified Skywarn Spotters. Some Totals Will Increase as the Storm Has Not



AS OF 7 AM THIS MORNING (Friday Sept. 17, 1999)...

IN EASTERN NEW YORK .
ALBANY COUNTY .
ALBANY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 6.12
ALCOVE RESERVOIR 7.27
DELMAR 8.15
NWS - ALBANY 5.45
VOORHEESVILLE 8.40
. .
COLUMBIA COUNTY .
COPAKE 5.45
KINDERHOOK 6.98
STUYVESANT 6.29
. .
DUTCHESS COUNTY .
MILLBROOK 5.64
POUGHKEEPSIE 5.25
RED HOOK 4.81
RHINEBECK 4.79
STORMVILLE 11.02
. .
FULTON COUNTY
GLOVERSVILLE 3.38
. .
GREENE COUNTY .
CAIRO 12.21
PLATTE CLOVE 8.58
PRATTSVILLE 6.90
WINDHAM 9.36
. .
HAMILTON COUNTY .
INDIAN LAKE 3.68
. .
HERKIMER COUNTY
CHEPACHET 5.09
. .
RENSSELAER COUNTY
BERLIN 5.71
MELROSE 5.41
. .
SARATOGA COUNTY .
CLIFTON PARK 5.50
CONKLINVILLE 4.36
ROUND LAKE 5.22
. .
SCHENECTADY COUNTY .
GLENVILLE 4.60
NISKAYUNA 6.90
ROTTERDAM 6.85
. .
SCHOHARIE COUNTY .
CARLISLE 5.70
COBLESKILL 5.55
LANSING MANOR 3.78
RICHMOND 5.50
. .
ULSTER COUNTY .
ASHOKAN RESERVOIR WEST 6.23
ELLENVILLE 6.78
KINGSTON 4.56
PHOENICIA 5.91
SLIDE MOUNTAIN 6.57
. .
WARREN COUNTY .
GLENS FALLS 4.04
NORTH CREEK 3.91
. .
WASHINGTON COUNTY .
JACKSON 5.23
SHUSHAN 5.30
WHITEHALL 3.40
. .
IN BERKSHIRE COUNTY MASSACHUSETTS .
. .
DALTON 2.76
FLORIDA 4.86
LENOX DALE 3.56
WEST OTIS 5.22
. .
IN LITCHFIELD COUNTY CONNECTICUT .
. .
BAKERSVILLE 8.28
BULLS BRIDGE 7.89
COLEBROOK DAM 6.35
FALLS VILLAGE 5.20
NORFOLK 6.87
WIGWAM 8.10
WOODBURY 7.78
. .
IN SOUTHERN VERMONT .
. .
BENNINGTON COUNTY .
BENNINGTON 2.91
BRATTLEBORO 5.70
PERU 4.76
POWNAL 4.54
SUNDERLAND 3.89
. .
WINDHAM COUNTY .
BALL MOUNTAIN 4.68
TOWNSHEND DAM 5.63
. .

Rainfall for Floyd

Red areas indicate 9 inches or more. Maximum rainfall Cairo in Greene County 12.21 inches and in Dutchess County, Stormville 11.02 inches.







FLOYD LASHES THE AREA WITH PLENTY OF WIND



AS THE REMNANTS OF HURRICANE FLOYD PASSED BY THE REGION...STRONG WINDS

BUFFETED THE REGION WITH NUMEROUS REPORTS OF POWER OUTAGES AND TREES

DOWNED. SOME OF THE TREES THAT WERE FELLED WERE THE RESULT OF THE

GROUND BEING SOFTENED DUE TO THE EXCESSIVE AMOUNT OF RAIN THAT WAS

EXPERIENCED ACROSS THE REGION. A COMPLETE REPORT OF THE REGIONS

RAINFALL TOTALS WILL FOLLOW LATER THIS MORNING.



THE FOLLOWING ARE ACTUAL MEASURED WIND REPORTS AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS

AROUND THE REGION. SEVERAL REPORTS WERE RECEIVED THAT HAD HIGHER

WIND SPEEDS...HOWEVER THESE WERE ESTIMATES AND THEREFORE NOT INCLUDED

IN THIS LIST.



AS OF 8 AM THIS MORNING...



LOCATION SPEED DATE/TIME

ALBANY AIRPORT......49 MPH 16TH AT 704 PM

GLENS FALLS.............46 MPH 16TH AT 1118 PM

NWS AT ALBANY........45 MPH 16TH AT 430 PM

BURLINGTON VT........43 MPH 17TH AT 555 AM

FLORIDA MA................43 MPH 16TH

POUGHKEEPSIE.........40 MPH 16TH AT 945 PM

BENNINGTON VT........36 MPH 17TH AT 500 AM

RUTLAND VT...............35 MPH 17TH AT 635 AM

SCHENECTADY...........35 MPH 16TH AT 952 PM

PITTSFIELD MA............30 MPH 16TH AT 734 PM



LOCAL STORM REPORT ON WIND DAMAGE IN EASTERN NEW YORK AND WESTERN NEW ENGLAND

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY

1000 AM EDT FRI SEP 17 1999

TIME(EDT) .....CITY LOCATION..... STATE ...EVENT/REMARKS...

....COUNTY LOCATION....

0300 PM MILLBROOK....................NY NON TSTM WINDS

09/16/99 DUTCHESS......................NUMEROUS REPORTS OF TREES

DOWN COUNTY WIDE WHICH BEGAN 300 PM AND CONTINUED

OVERNIGHT.

0300 PM HOOSICK.........................NY NON TSTM WINDS

09/16/99 RENSSELAER...................NUMEROUS REPORTS OF TREES

AND WIRES DOWN ACROSS COUNTY WHICH BEGAN AROUND

300 PM AND CONTINUED OVERNIGHT.

0500 PM CHATHAM....................... NY NON TSTM WINDS

09/16/99 COLUMBIA....................... NUMEROUS TREES AND WIRES DOWN ACROSS COUNTY WHICH BEGAN AROUND 500 PM AND

CONTINUED OVERNIGHT.

0530 PM CATSKILL........................NY NON TSTM WINDS

09/16/99 GREENE...........................NUMEROUS REPORTS OF TREES

AND WIRES ACROSS COUNTY WHICH BEGAN BETWEEN 500

AND 600 PM AND CONTINUED OVERNIGHT.

0630 PM ALBANY............................NY NON TSTM WINDS

09/16/99 ALBANY..............................MANY REPORTS OF TREES AND

WIREES DOWN ACROSS COUNTY BEGINNING 630 PM AND

CONTINUED OVERNIGHT.

0730 PM NEW PALTZ.....................NY NON TSTM WINDS

09/16/99 ULSTER.............................MANY TREES AND WIRES

ACROSS COUNTY. ROOFS BLOWN OFF HOUSES. MANY BACK

ROADS BLOCKED BY TREES. STATE OF EMERGENCY DECLARED IN NEW PALTZ. DAMAGE CONTINUED OVERNIGHT.

0740 PM GLENS FALLS...................NY NON TSTM WINDS

09/16/99 WARREN.............................MANY REPORTS OF TREES AND

WIRES DOWN ACROSS COUNTY. DAMAGE CONTINUED

OVERNIGHT.

0740 PM GRANVILLE.........................NY NON TSTM WINDS

09/16/99 WASHINGTON......................MANY REPORTS OF TREES AND

WIRES DOWN ACROSS COUNTY. DAMAGE CONTINUED OVERNIGHT.

0740 PM MALTA..................................NY NON TSTM WINDS

09/16/99 SARATOGA...........................MANY REPORTS OF TREES AND

WIRES DOWN COUNTY WIDE. DAMAGE CONTINUED OVERNIGHT.

0740 PM BRATTLEBORO....................VT NON TSTM WINDS

09/16/99 WINDHAM...............................TREE DOWN ACROSS ROAD.

POWER OUTAGES ACROSS COUNTY.

0750 PM BENNINGTON........................VT NON TSTM WINDS

09/16/99 BENNINGTON..........................NUMEROUS TREES AND WIRES

DOWN ACROSS COUNTY. DAMAGE CONTINUED OVERNIGHT.

0825 PM DALTON..................................MA NON TSTM WINDS

09/16/99 BERKSHIRE.............................TREES AND WIRES DOWN CLOSE

TO PITTSFIELD. SOME ROADS CLOSED DUE TO TREES ACROSS

ROAD.

0825 PM NEW MILFORD........................CT NON TSTM WINDS

09/16/99 LITCHFIELD..............................TREE FELL ACROSS

ROAD...THEN CAR RAN INTO TREE.

0830 PM SCHENECTADY........................NY NON TSTM WINDS

09/16/99 SCHENECTADY.........................NUMEROUS REPORTS OF TREES

AND WIRES DOWN WHICH CONTINUED THROUGH THE NIGHT.