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Flooding unlikely locally despite warm-up

Fort Plain mayor remains wary of Otsquago

The Mohawk River is calm with ice chucks lining the shores of the Isles of the Oneidas between Rotterdam and Scotia on Thursday.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The Mohawk River is calm with ice chucks lining the shores of the Isles of the Oneidas between Rotterdam and Scotia on Thursday.
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Snowfall last week elevated the springtime flood potential from below normal to normal, but warmer temperatures forecast for the next few days are not expected to cause major issues, according the National Weather Service. Two weeks ago, limited snow surrounding Capital Region waterways put snowmelt flooding potential below normal. Following a pounding of snow last week, the National Weather Service’s flood potential outlook is now above normal for this time of year — except for ...

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