Update 12/24: The advisory has been lifted and the tap water is now safe to consume!
Attention WAYO listeners: As of 11:15pm on Wednesday night (12/21), a significant portion of the City of Rochester has been placed under a Boil Water Advisory due to a massive water main break on the west side. This means that the water that comes out of your taps may be unsafe to drink and use to prepare food and wash dishes. If you are in an affected area, you should bring tap water to a full boil for at least one minute (even if it comes out of a water filter, like a refrigerator) OR use bottled water.
For more information, check the following news sources:
WHEC 10NBC: https://www.whec.com/top-news/main-break-on-rochesters-west-side-affecting-water-supply-to-residents/
WXXI News: https://www.wxxinews.org/local-news/2022-12-21/water-main-break-causes-problems-for-a-large-area-in-rochester
For more info on what a "Boil Water Advisory" means and what to do, visit the CDC website: https://www.cdc.gov/healthywater/emergency/drinking/drinking-water-advisories/boil-water-advisory.html
If you have questions about whether you are affected, consult the maps in the news articles linked above or call 311 within the City of Rochester.