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Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Officials in Schenectady County keeping a close watch on upcoming storm on Tuesday and Wednesday


SCHENECTADY – ​Schenectady County officials are closely monitoring the incoming wind storm expected to hit Tuesday night.‍ With ⁢winds ​forecasted to exceed 40 mph and a mix of snow turning to ‍rain, there is⁣ also‌ a potential ⁤for flash flooding.

“Schenectady County is taking proactive measures to ensure the safety of all⁣ residents,” officials⁤ said in a release.

“We are ⁤urging all residents‍ to take this storm seriously and make necessary preparations to stay safe,” Gary Hughes, Chair of the Schenectady County ​Legislature, said in a statement. ‌”By staying informed, reinforcing home safety measures, and being ready‍ for ⁢possible power outages, we can navigate through this storm more effectively.”

It is⁣ important for‍ residents to stay updated on the latest weather alerts and to have emergency kits prepared in case of power outages. Stay safe and be prepared!

Rafael Torres
Rafael Torres
Rafael Torres, a native of Schenectady, has returned to his hometown after several years of reporting in the Midwest. A graduate of Missouri School of Journalism, Alex is known for his empathetic approach to local news, covering everything from community events to local governance, always with an aim to bridge diverse perspectives.
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  1. Officials in Schenectady County should ensure they are well-prepared for the upcoming storm. Safety of the residents must be their utmost priority.

  2. The storm can bring potential risks and disruption to the area. It is crucial for the officials to stay proactive in their preparations and prioritize the safety of the residents.


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