Fema Shelters Open In Parts Of Upstate New York Today For Lee Victims

09.21.11 | Sarah Harnisch

Hundreds of people in eastern Pennsylvania are still living in shelters because of the damage caused by Tropical Storm Lee. It's been nearly 2 weeks. FEMA says it'll be another week to 10 days till they can find housing for those whose homes were destroyed. In New York, FEMA aid centers open today in Johnson City, Nichols, Susquehanna and Broome County, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. If you had damage, you have 60 days to report it to get aid.

For FEMA aid in New York, go here.

For FEMA aid in Pennsylvania, go here.

  The Binghamton Sun-Press Bulletin has put out a very dramatic video that shows the time lapse of the Susquehanna River rising from Tropical Storm Lee. The whole thing is only 19 seconds long, but it shows the danger of what happens when 10 inches of rain falls in a day over the same city. If you want to check it out, go here.