The New York State Thruway Authority said it has reopened the I-90 Thruway in both directions after closures due to local flooding.
A traffic alert on the NYS Thruway website said lane restrictions, reduced speed limits and traffic delays should be expected between I-90 exits 27 at Amsterdam and 28 at Fultonville.
Meanwhile, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Pa. Turnpike Commission are recommending drivers avoid all unnecessary travel in eastern Pennsylvania, including the area from Harrisburg north to the New York border, east to the New Jersey border and south to the Maryland border.
I- 80 is closed in both directions from exits 232 to 236 and I-81 is closed in both directions between exits 90 and 100. Also, hundreds of secondary roads are closed, PennDOT said on its website.