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Rain and snow coming, flooding probably not

Cold temps to stall melting for now

Ice forms on the Mohawk River as seen from Riverview Road in Rexford on Tuesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Ice forms on the Mohawk River as seen from Riverview Road in Rexford on Tuesday.
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The weather front forecasted to douse the area with rain, sleet and snow today and tomorrow won’t likely cause ice-jam flooding, according to the National Weather Service — at least not right away. Starting this morning and running through Thursday, the Capital Region and Mohawk Valley are expected to see rain and up to 6 inches of snow, while as much as 20 inches of snow may fall in the Adirondacks. It’s been a long, ...


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