Winter nor’easter brings flooding to parts of New Jersey

Monday's winter nor'easter brought dangerously strong winds and heavy rains to the Garden State, including down at the Jersey Shore.



Strong storm surges flooded out roads in Sea Bright, Manasquan and Bayville.



Drivers were urged to take precaution while driving and to avoid portions of road that were flooded. Most of the flooding had receded by Tuesday afternoon.



The storm also caused significant beach erosion to many Jersey Shore towns' beaches.



Parts of northern New Jersey also saw flood conditions. Sections of the Hoboken Terminal saw some flooding Monday night, forcing trains to stop short of the station.



Tuesday continued to see rainy and windy weather, although conditions were not as severe as during the nor'easter. But flooding concerns were still an issue as the rain continued Tuesday afternoon and evening.


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