Weather: Heavy rain, storms move through NJ

Heavy rain continues across the Garden State. A tornado watch is in effect for the southern part of the state until 10 p.m. A flood

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. (12/9/16)

EDISON - Heavy rain continues across the Garden State.

A tornado watch is in effect for the southern part of the state until 10 p.m. A flood watch is also in effect in New Jersey.

News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Dave Curren says showers and thunderstorms will continue through the evening. Several inches have already fallen in parts of the state.

Curren says overnight lows will be in the low to mid 60s. Rain should taper off after midnight.

River and stream levels remain high because of Friday's heavy rainfall.
 

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