First Alert Weather: Yellow Alert for flash flooding ends as drier conditions move in

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The Yellow Alert is over after heavy rain on Wednesday morning. Parts of the city, Greece, Irondequoit, Gates, and Chili saw totals of 2-4 inches for many.

Outside of those towns not that much rain fell. The ROC Airport officially picked up 3.17 inches of rain from Tuesday evening through the morning.

The heavy rain brought local flash flooding to those towns but as drier air moves into the region the flood threat has ended so our Yellow Alert is being dropped at this time. Plan on partly cloudy skies this afternoon with temps into the upper 70s.

Pleasant weather is in store for Wednesday night into Thursday. Next system to watch will arrive late Thursday night into Friday morning with a few gusty storms possible. Stay tuned to News10NBC for the latest on that front and what looks like a nice weekend on the way.