A lot of rain and some strong winds could cause some safety concerns around the Twin Tiers through March 9.

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In a Hazardous Weather Statement from the National Weather Service, up to an inch of rain expected March 7 will lead to rises on area rivers. NOAA says minor flooding is possible in the typical flood plains and low lying areas into Wednesday, March 9.

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According to the National Weather Service Binghamton office, winds late in the day March 7 and overnight could gust to 40 miles per hour. Officials say those wind speeds could bring a chance a few tree limbs could be blown down and the possibility of some power outages.

Hazardous weather is not expected Thursday, March 10 through Sunday, March 13.

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