Flooding remains a concern overnight: cloudy Tuesday ahead

Tides will be running about 2-3 feet above normal along the coast during the time of high tide tonight.

Dave Curren

Mar 25, 2024, 10:42 AM

Updated 18 days ago

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The flooding along New Jersey rivers will continue to slowly recede this evening, dropping to the actionable stage. This means nuisance flooding will continue.
Tides will be running about 2-3 feet above normal along the coast during the time of high tide tonight around 9 p.m. or 9:30 p.m. Saltwater inundation will cover roads and some low-lying streets could be covered.
TONIGHT: Clouds will slowly begin to show up. Temperatures will drop into the low-30s.
TUESDAY: Clouds return. On-shore winds will continue to push ocean water along the coast and into the back bays. Keep an eye on your local tide charts.
WEDNESDAY: Overcast skies could shake out a few showers. Temperatures are in the low-50s.
THURSDAY: On-and-off showers. Temperatures are still slightly chilly in the low-50s.
FRIDAY INTO THE WEEKEND: Drier, sunnier and warmer. Highs in the upper-50s.


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