New York Weather
Current Watches and Warnings
Statement as of 8:34 AM EDT on April 20, 2014
Expires 2:00 AM EDT on April 22, 2014
The Flood Warning continues for
the Muskegon river near Croton.
* Until late Monday night.
* At 7:45 am Sunday the stage was 9.5 feet.
* Flood stage is 9.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast... the river will continue to fall to below flood stage by
tomorrow early afternoon.
* Impact... at 9.0 feet... expect minor flooding of cottages and homes
downstream of Newaygo on Riverview drive in Bridgeton township and
Pepperidge in Ashland township.
* Flood history... this crest compares to a previous crest of 9.9 feet
on Jan 30 2013.
Lat... Lon 4328 8604 4338 8578 4342 8562 4346 8570
4345 8582 4335 8604
Public Information Statement
Statement as of 10:00 AM EDT on April 20, 2014
... High fire danger today...
Warm temperatures and very low humidities will combine to produce
a high fire danger today. Green up has not yet occurred and the
existing dead and very dry vegetation could fuel wildfires.
Land management agencies offer these safety tips to help keep
wildfires from being started and from spreading:
-contact your local fire agency before burning to obtain
information about The Burning regulations in your area. State law
requires a permit for open burning whenever the ground is not
snow-covered... even on your own property. Most areas do not allow
burning on warm... dry... and windy days.
-All burn barrels must be covered with a weighted metal cover...
with holes no larger than 3/4 of an inch.
-Do not throw smoking materials such as cigars... cigarettes and
matches out of a moving vehicle. They may ignite dry grass on the
side of the Road and produce a wildfire.
-Extinguish all outdoor fires properly... if outdoor fires are
allowed. Drown fires with plenty of water and stir to make sure
everything is cold to the touch. Dunk charcoal in water until
cold. Do not throw live charcoal on the ground and leave it.
-Never leave a fire unattended. Sparks or embers can blow into
leaves or grass... ignite a fire... and quickly spread.
- Alabama - Flood Warning
- Arizona - Fire Weather Watch
- Arkansas - Flood Warning , Public Information Statement
- California - High Surf Advisory , Dense Fog Advisory , Record Report
- Colorado - Public Information Statement
- Connecticut - Flood Warning
- Florida - Flood Warning , Coastal Hazard Statement , Record Report
- Georgia - Flood Warning , Coastal Hazard Statement , Record Report
- Hawaii - Wind Advisory
- Illinois - Flood Warning
- Indiana - Flood Warning , Public Information Statement
- Iowa - Flood Warning , Public Information Statement
- Kansas - Public Information Statement
- Kentucky - Special Statement
- Louisiana - Flood Warning , Public Information Statement
- Maine - Flood Warning
- Michigan - Flood Warning , Flood Advisory , Public Information Statement
- Minnesota - Flood Warning , Public Information Statement
- Mississippi - Flood Warning , Public Information Statement
- Missouri - Public Information Statement
- Montana - High Wind Warning
- Nebraska - Public Information Statement
- Nevada - Fire Weather Watch
- New Mexico - Fire Weather Watch , Record Report , Public Information Statement
- New York - Flood Warning
- North Carolina - Flood Warning , High Surf Advisory , Flood Advisory, Coastal Hazard Statement , Flood Advisory , Coastal Hazard Statement , Coastal Flood Advisory , Record Report , Public Information Statement
- North Dakota - Flood Warning
- Ohio - Special Statement
- Oregon - High Surf Advisory
- South Carolina - Flood Warning , Flood Advisory , Coastal Hazard Statement , Record Report
- Tennessee - Public Information Statement
- Texas - Flood Warning , Fire Weather Watch , Record Report , Public Information Statement
- Utah - Special Statement
- Vermont - Flood Warning
- Virginia - Public Information Statement
- Washington - Areal Flood Warning , High Surf Advisory
- West Virginia - Special Statement
- Wisconsin - Flood Warning , Public Information Statement
- Wyoming - Special Statement