LBI residents keeping close eye on coastal storm

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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