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Heavy Rain and Much Cooler Temperatures for the Northeast

A strong low pressure system off the New England Coast will bring periods of heavy rain and isolated flash flooding to portions of the northeast through early Saturday. Much cooler and showery weather will continue across New England and the Northeast through the weekend. Read More >

ICE Buildup on Rivers

When Arctic air stays in our area for an extended period of time during the winter months there may be ice buildup on the rivers. If the ice moves there can be a rapid rise in the water level and there is potential for subsequent flooding behind jams. 

The National Weather Service monitors the rivers and streams and will issue ice statements and flood potential outlooks on a periodic basis. 

The following products discuss these conditions:
Trenton Ice Pack (Jan 2003), click here to enlarge view
The National Ice Center (NIC) website provides worldwide operational sea ice analyses and forecasts for the armed forces of the U. S. and allied nations, the Departments of Commerce and Transportation, and other U. S. Government and international agencies, and the civil sector.  more... 
Storm Archives

Several pictures of ice packs are available from our storm archives.

River Ice Reports