r e g i o n a l   w e a t h e r
on:

NCPR is supported by:

Weather for:

Canton, NY
(St. Lawrence Valley)

Saranac Lake, NY
(Northern Adks)

North Creek, NY
(Southern Adks)

Watertown, NY
(Jefferson Cty/1000 Is)

Plattsburgh, NY
(Champlain Valley)

Lowville, NY
(Lewis Cty/Tug Hill)

Burlington, VT
(Western VT)

Ottawa, ON
(Capital Region)

Grenadier Is., ON
(1000 Is, Canada)


Convert Temp:
F
  C

Weather Links

Road Closed iconRoad Closures:
NY | VT

Road Closed iconPower Outages:
Nat. Grid | NYSEG


Forecasts:
Burlington: National Weather Service
From Environment Canada
Severe Weather Watches from NOAA
NYS Traffic Advisory map
Adirondack Weather blog

Listening Forecast:
Tropospheric ducting
Aurora Predictions from the Geophysical Institute, Univ. of Alaska, Fairbanks

Marine Forecasts:
Lake Champlain
St. Lawrence River
Lake Ontario

US Naval Observatory Master Clock
Official Time

Radar:
Albany NEXRAD image (from Intellicast)
Burlington NEXRAD image (from Intellicast)
Syracuse NEXRAD image (from Intellicast)
Syracuse RADAR imagery (from Intellicast

Weather Networks:
The Weather Channel (US)
The Weather Network (Canada)
The WeatherBug from AWS

More Weather Links:
Southern Ontario Storm Chasers
National Data Buoy Center
National Snow and Ice Data Center

Canton, New York, United States (13617)  Lat: 44.60N, Lon: 75.17W
Wx Zone: NYZ087
Your Weather (Options)  |   Canadian Weather  |   International Weather
Enter your "Place, State", US Zip Code or ICAO:  
ZoneCast NowCast Warnings/Advisories Hourly Track Special Radar
NowCast:
The NowCast is not currently available for Canton, New York.

The NowCasts (also known as Short Term Forecasts) from the National Weather Service (NWS) normally provide a forecast for the next three to six hours. The NWS does not provide this for all areas and in some cases, the NWS only provides the NowCast when there is inclimate weather present.

Weather in the News

Show             

Wednesday morning flooding redux

Despite last night's cold weather, flood watches and warnings remain in effect for all of the North Country and Vermont. Significant flooding, sparked by rain and snow melt, has already been reported in much of the region, with a state of emergency declared in St. Lawrence County and roads closed by high water in many counties.

At this hour, the National Weather Service is reporting moderate flooding on the Black River in Watertown and the the Hudson River at North Creek.

A National Grid substation on Rt. 53 in St. Lawrence County was inundated by water on Tuesday, but National Grid spokeswoman Virginia Limmiatis says the 1300 customers served by that substation are now getting their power from another feeder.

In Saranac Lake, meanwhile, village Mayor Clyde Rabideau says the community is watching their dam closely as snowmelt surges down from the Saranac chain of lakes into the narrow river.

The high water is also putting pressure on the region's dams. On the east branch of the St. Regis River in St. Regis Falls, a hydro dam owned by Azure Mountain Power was damaged this week by ice and high water.  Go to full article

1-1 of 672 stories   next 1 »   last »