The Storm Trackers Team NY has issued an…
ACTION Alert for Waterfront Flooding
State of Emergency Village of Sodus Point
State of Emergency for Wayne County Bays / Harbors
State of Emergency for Fair Haven Bay Area
State of Emergency for Irondequoit Bay
ACTION Alert Coverage Area:
Irondequoit Bay to Fair Haven
(Including all bays & inlets)
Start Time: Currently Active
End Time: Until further notice
NEARSHORE MARINE FORECAST:
Winds / Waves
Speeds: 5-15 mph increasing to 10-20 mph with gusts to 25 mph
Waves: Bays: 0-2 / Lakeside: 1-3 ft building to 3-5 ft
Speeds: 15-25 mph with gusts to 30 mph
Waves: Bays: 1-2 ft / Lakeside: building to 4-7 ft
Speeds: 10-20 mph
Waves: Bays: 0-2 ft / Lakeside: 4-7 ft down to 3-5 ft
Speeds: 10-20 mph with gusts to 25 mph
Waves: Bays: 1-2 ft / Lakeside: 3-5 ft
Daily Water Levels:
May 1, 2017: 247.78
May 2, 2017: 247.97
May 3, 2017: 247.98
May 4, 2017: 248.02
Pictures coming into our office today continues to show flooding problems on the increase as water levels on Lake Ontario continue to slowly rise. The weather pattern we are locked in should continue to bring showers to the area through Monday, with even a few wet snow flakes mixed in. Temps should warmup a bit by mid week and hopefully should see some drier weather move in. If you live in a zone near Lake Ontario, bays or inlets, please remain on alert and have a plan to evacuate if needed. We will be entering yet another period of significant wind and wave action starting later tonight and continuing into Monday on a W to NW wind flow. Be ready for more flooding and erosion to occur. Stay tuned!
Awareness Level – Nuisance weather expected, some level of caution needed.
Potential Level – Possibility of hazardous weather. Continue to monitor situation.
Action Level – Hazardous weather is likely to occur. Some level of action will be needed.
Immediate Action Level – Hazardous weather is likely to occur shortly. Action is required now! Mainly used for thunderstorms and tornadoes
Emergency Level – Extreme to catastrophic weather is expected or has already begun to occur. Action is needed to save life and property!
Weather Reporting Hotline: 315.332.1043
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org * Send pictures or video
If able to do so safely, please report severe weather conditions or damage to us immediately!
CEO / Founder
Storm Trackers Team