The National Weather Service has warned of possible flooding as the Tonawanda Creek through Batavia nears the 9-foot level.
Currently, the water level, as measured at the bend behind the County Courthouse, is 8.64 feet.
It's been on a steep climb since 7 a.m.
It's expected to crest at 9.1 feet.
The minor flood stage is 9 feet.
Kibbe Park is expected to flood, and possibly Walnut Street and Law Street.
There is flooding in Alexander and the Town of Batavia along the creek.
There is a flood warning in effect until 1 p.m.