Screenshot of where the National Weather Service water gauge is located.

ITHACA, N.Y. — A high water advisory is issued for Cayuga Lake Wednesday after water levels reached over 384 feet Wednesday, the National Weather Service reports.

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Flooding is likely along the south end of the lake at Stewart Park, Allan H. Treman State Park and low lying parking lots near the lakeshore. About 15 nearby houses in the Ulysses, Trumansburg and Lansing will also likely flood.

The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office said the high water advisory includes a no wake zone within 500 feet of the shoreline.

Boaters are also being cautioned by police to be on the lookout for floating debris.

Screenshot of where the National Weather Service water gauge is located.

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