Parking Lots, Streets Under Water After Inches of Rain in Utica

StoryfulWeatherPublished: July 1, 2017
Published: July 1, 2017

A state of emergency was declared in Oneida County, New York, due to extensive flooding in Utica on July 1. As of 11:30 am, up to two to three inches of rain had fallen, according to reports. Many streets were closed due to flooding, and cars were seen floating on parts of the road. The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for Utica that extended into Saturday evening. Credit: Instagram/matt.halstead via Storyful

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