Nor'easter pummels New Jersey

A nor'easter slammed New Jersey Saturday, pummeling the region with heavy rains and strong winds.

According to News 12 New Jersey Meteorologist Michele Powers, areas in New Jersey saw winds around 50 to 60 miles per hour, but a wind speed of 78 miles per hour was registered in Tuckerton before 5 p.m.

In Hamilton Township, a large tree fell across South Broad Street, knocking out power and causing a domino effect of downed utility poles.

Those who must drive are urged to use caution on the roads.

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