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No locusts, but get ready

Cold, rain, flooding, high winds, snow, black ice all possible

Dana Walton, of Guilderland, relaxes on a swing while his 10-year-old son Jaylon pushes 10-month-old Sadie on a swing and their 5-year-old sister Arianna plays on the monkey bars at Fred B. Abele McKownville Park in Guilderland on Monday. The warm weather on Monday will be replaced by rain and cold today.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Dana Walton, of Guilderland, relaxes on a swing while his 10-year-old son Jaylon pushes 10-month-old Sadie on a swing and their 5-year-old sister Arianna plays on the monkey bars at Fred B. Abele McKownville Park in Guilderland on Monday. The warm weather on Monday will be replaced by rain and cold today.
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First came the brush fires, minor so far even though this is the season. Today comes the deluge — and maybe some localized flooding, thunderstorms and high winds, a precipitous temperature drop and even snow and black ice. Soon enough, the potential for more fires returns. It could be worse. “No locusts,” said meteorologist Ian Lee of the National Weather Service. “That’s a good thing.” Today will feature a cornucopia of weather, all bad, that ...


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