Weather: Heavy rain, flooding possible on Thursday

Rain and heavy winds are expected across the Garden State for the next day or two. News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says overnight

Hermine may have turned out to sea, but forecasts show some rain and strong winds remaining along the New Jersey shoreline.

Hermine may have turned out to sea, but forecasts show some rain and strong winds remaining along the New Jersey shoreline. (2/18/17)

EDISON - Rain and heavy winds are expected across the Garden State for the next day or two.

News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says overnight lows will be around 50 degrees.

Curren says a slow-moving coastal storm is makings its way toward New Jersey and is expected to bring 2-4 inches of rain starting late tonight through tomorrow and Friday.

Coastal flooding is possible on Thursday.

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