Lots of rain drenches Orleans
It has been raining almost nonstop since Thursday. The very dry ground conditions from the drought will likely prevent any significant flooding concerns, the National Weather Service in Buffalo reported.
However, there could be some minor flooding where there is poor drainage or where leaves are blocking drainage systems.
There has also been some fog today. The Weather Service forecasts the temperature to drop to 40 degrees overnight, when another tenth to a quarter inch of rain could fall.
Saturday will be cloudy with a high of 48 and a 70 percent chance of more rain – less than a tenth of an inch.
Sunday is forecast for a high of 56 with a 40 percent chance of rain – between a tenth of an inch to a quarter of inch.