The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for the Rondout Creek in Rosendale, effective through the evening of Thursday, September 29.
At 5 PM Wednesday The Stage Was...17.5 Feet. * Flood Stage Is 18 Feet. * Minor Flooding Is Forecast. * Forecast...The River Is Forecast To Reach Flood Stage By 8 PM Wednesday And Forecast To Continue To Rise To Near 18.4 Feet Around 8 AM Thursday. The River Is Forecast To Fall Below Flood Stage After 2 PM Thursday. * Impact...At 18 Feet...Floods Us Route 209 Near Accord.
A map of area hydrographs currently shows minor flooding underway at the Esopus Creek at Cold Brook, and near flood-stage conditions at the Rondout Creek in Rosendale, the Neversink River at the Neversink Reservoir, and the Schoharie Creek in Prattsville.
Looking ahead at the 48-hour forecast map, minor flooding is currently predicted at the Rondout Creek in Rosendale and the Esopus Creek at the Ashokan Reservoir. Moderate flooding is predicted at the Esopus Creek at Mount Marion. Many other locations with stream gauges are predicted to be near flood stage within the next 48 hours.
Hydrograph maps from the National Weather Service are updated in real time; if you live near the location of a stream gauge on the map, check back frequently.