Flooding remains a concern for parts of NJ

Flooding remains a concern for residents living near rivers and streams that are still rising from the heavy rainfall.

Areas like Pequannock Township already have minor to moderate flooding. Neighbors tell News 12 New Jersey Wednesday's flooding is not as bad that from the nor'easter a few weeks ago.

Chopper 12 was high over Wayne, Passaic County on Wednesday. Many areas in Wayne are still under water. The Passaic River in that area is more than 8 feet, 18 inches over flood stage.

News 12 New Jersey meteorologist Dave Curren says local rivers and streams are expected to crest. Curren says warmer temperatures and clearer skies are expected for the rest of the week.

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