RAINFALL AND SNOWMELT WILL POSE AN INCREASED RISK OF FLOODING. * FLOODING IN LOW-LYING AND POOR DRAINAGE AREAS IS LIKELY THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. MINOR FLOODING IS POSSIBLE TONIGHT AND THURSDAY ON SMALL STREAMS AND CREEKS IN THE JUNIATA BASIN AND LOWER MAIN STEM SUSQUEHANNA TRIBUTARIES.
Here's what we've had in the past:
- 8/25/11 - After Hurricane Irene brought 3 inches of rain in one day - no delay
- 9/8/11 - Leftovers from Hurricane Lee brought 6 inches in 4 days - delay
- 9/9/11 - Flood warning that included the phrase "life-threatening". Rivers had enough time to drain, most roads were reopened, no issues - no delay
- 1/31/13 - Flood warning, heavy flooding - delay
All in all: NO DELAYS OR EARLY DISMISSALS FOR THIS RAIN