LBI residents keeping close eye on coastal storm

Long Beach Island homeowners are anxiously watching a coastal storm moving across New Jersey. Many residents are still rebuilding from Hurricane Sandy. The next high

Edgewater Park resident John Cannuli says high water flows up his street every time a storm strikes.

Edgewater Park resident John Cannuli says high water flows up his street every time a storm strikes. (10/10/13)

EDGEWATER PARK - Long Beach Island homeowners are anxiously watching a coastal storm moving across New Jersey.

Many residents are still rebuilding from Hurricane Sandy. Edgewater Park resident John Cannuli says high water flows up his street every time a storm strikes.

The next high tide is expected Friday at 1 a.m., when flooding is expected to get worse.

The National Weather Service has issued a coastal flood advisory for sections of Ocean, Middlesex and Monmouth counties until Friday at 5 p.m. 

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