PATERSON - Rain has ended across New Jersey after a storm soaked the state with as much as 2-4 inches of rain.

Flooding remains a problem in Paterson where several communities have been swamped since Sunday.

Paterson Councilman Anthony Davis was out surveying damage in the city today. The Passaic River remains more than 2 feet above flood stage. It's expected to crest this weekend.

Homeowners in Fairfield, also along the Passaic River, were being evacuated because of rising floodwaters.

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