99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR FRIDAY, 10/1/10
STORM SYSTEM BRINGS MOST RAINFALL SINCE KATRINA--Certified military storm spotter Rick O'Hanlon recorded 3.43 inches of rain from the system that started last evening and continued a heavy deluge until the early morning hours today. The all-time record for Potsdam is 3.89 inches, recorded when the leftovers of Hurricane Katrina hit the North Country in August of 2005. A Parishville-area resident with weather instruments recorded 4.4 inches from the storm, and 5.2 inches since Tuesday. A flood warning is in effect in St.Lawrence County until 11:45am, a flood watch through tonight.
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Charles Hartson--47--Services tonight at 8 at the Hammill Funeral Home, Winthrop. Calling hours 2-4, 6-8 today
Judith "Judy" Lyon--64--Brasher. Memorial gathering at the family home, 1093 County Route 53 Saturday 3-5pm. Hammill Funeral Home in Winthrop is in charge of arrangements.