Bands of thunderstorms and heavy rain are headed eastward across western and central New York, prompting National Weather Service forecasters in Binghamton to issue a flash flood watch for south-central New York and the western Catskills.
Forecasters are expecting over two inches of rain to fall over a period of less than three hours on Friday afternoon and evening, which could cause flooding in small streams and areas of poor drainage.
Included in the flood watch are Delaware and Sullivan counties. The watch will remain in effect until midnight.
Below: A forecast posted on Facebook by NWS Binghamton forecasters.