As we approach a high of 70 today, melting snow and ice jams are causing flooding around parts of the Mohawk River in Schenectady.
Dead end indeed. Stockade in Schenectady. pic.twitter.com/MHVvSdmeFm— 810 & 103.1 WGY (@810WGY) February 21, 2018
Jumpin’ Jack’s in Scotia. pic.twitter.com/LjihSgI6pZ— Asa Stackel (@AsaStackelNews) February 21, 2018
Flooding from the Mohawk River spilling into Jumpin' Jack's Drive-In back parking lot, creeping closer to buildings. @evanserytv and I will have updates throughout the day about flooding in #Schenectady area on @SPECNewsAlbany. pic.twitter.com/DynQTqynKo— Camille DeLongis (@CamilleDeLongis) February 21, 2018
Here’s the backside of Jumpin’ Jack’s. Water just up to the ice cream building in the parking lot. pic.twitter.com/kqb6LFPVy4— Asa Stackel (@AsaStackelNews) February 21, 2018
So far, worst water I've found is on Ingersoll in Schenectady. At least 4 houses have 6-8 inches in front of their house. pic.twitter.com/6Kv3Mr0j9D— Steve Hughes (@shugheswrites) February 21, 2018