Nor'easter Rains Bring Flooding to Upstate New York

Heavy rain caused flooding in Marcellus, New York, on October 26, as the National Weather Service issued flash-flood warnings for areas in the Finger Lakes region.

Rain brought by a nor’easter flooded multiple areas in the northeast, including New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York.

Videos filmed by Twitter user @UpstateChaser, a storm chaser in the upstate New York area, show flooding and high waters in the town of Marcellus, near Syracuse. Credit: @UpstateChaser via Storyful

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