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Streams swell, but no flooding in Capital Region

The Normans Kill roars out of the Watervliet Reservoir and into French's Hollow in Guilderland on Sunday morning. Many area streams were running high and fast from a combination of melting snow and rain.
The Normans Kill roars out of the Watervliet Reservoir and into French's Hollow in Guilderland on Sunday morning. Many area streams were running high and fast from a combination of melting snow and rain.
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Downpours over the weekend melted a good deal of the snowpack around the Capital Region and brought some waterways to the brink of flood stage, but the abrupt spring thaw didn’t cause any significant problems Sunday. The National Weather Service in Albany issued a flood warning at the confluence of the Canajoharie Creek and Mohawk River on Sunday morning, but lifted it by later in the afternoon. A reprieve from Saturday evening’s steady rainfall allowed ...


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