Posted by: David Giacalone | January 31, 2013

a little jamming along the Mohawk

  Despite heavy rain and melting snow, the break-up of a relatively thin layer of ice probably helped us to avoid major ice jamming and resultant flooding today along the Stockade portion of the Mohawk River.  Ice accumulated along the banks, but there has been no major jamming at the CSX trestle and so no back-up and flooding. The slideshow below has photos taken today (Thursday, January 31, 2013) around 1 PM and then around 4 PM in Riverside Park and at the dead end of Washington Avenue. [update (Friday 8 AM): Water levels went down all night and the flood threat has passed.]

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– 4PM view western from the end of Washington Ave. –

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– view east from the end of Washington Ave. – 1 PM –

minor ice jamming at the CSX trestle - at Schenectady NYalong the Mohawk River - 4 PM 31 Jan2013

– only slight jamming at 4 PM at the CSX trestle –

– thank you, Steve Caporizzo, for using the above photo at Channel 10 Thursday night –

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  . . .  collage of photos taken around 4 PM along Riverside Park at the Mohawk River with ice floes - Schenectady NY - 31Jan2013

– collage of 1 PM photos (L), and 4 PM photos (R) –


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