This morning Manhattan found itself a bit wet, and not just from the flurries falling down, as two water mains broke. On the Upper East Side a 12-inch-pipe dating back to 1917 broke around 1 a.m. and flooded part of First Avenue between 61st and 62nd streets. The Department of Environmental Protection tells NY1 they hope to have it repaired later today. Meanwhile, crews are also working to repair another 12-inch-main that ruptured around 6:15 a.m. at Broadway and 105th. We've contacted the DEP to find out when they hope to have the second main cleared up by.