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      Minor flooding and high water around Central New York

      There are reports of minor flooding and high water around Central New York.

      The right lane of Onondaga Lake Parkway, Route 370 Westbound, between I-81 and the Village of Liverpool was closed for nearly six hours due to flooding. The Department of Transportation closed the lane at 9:45 and was re-opened shortly before 3:30 p.m.

      I n Kirkland, Oneida County, R oute 5 between Route 5B/Limberlost Road and Route 233 closed at 3:00 p.m. due to flooding.

      In Arcadia, Wayne County, Route 31/East Union Street is closed at 3:00 p.m. in both directions due to flooding.

      Is there flooding near you? Post your photos to our Facebook page or email news@cnycentral.com.

      An urban and small stream flood advisory is in effect for areas of central New York for parts of Thursday.

      A flood watch is also in effect for much of southern Central New York through Friday morning. The National Weather Service says the rains that will roll in Thursday morning will fall on ground already saturated from a run of rainy weather. The forecast calls for 1 to 4 inches of rain in the eastern part of the state. The Southern Tier is expected to get from 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 inches, with more in some spots.Stay updated with this storm with these links:-- Interactive Doppler Radar-- Triple Doppler Radar-- Watches/Warnings (Make sure to hit the 'F5' key to refresh the page.)-- Follow CNY Central Meteorologists on Twitter