Parts of Jersey Shore see flooding conditions during nor’easter

Parts of the Jersey Shore saw flooding along the coastline during high tide during a major nor’easter that dropped over 2 feet of snow on parts of New Jersey.
Coastal flooding was a concern for most of Monday, particularly during high tide. Parts of Brielle Road in Manasquan were closed due to flooding by Monday evening.
New Jersey residents were urged to remain off the state’s roadways during the storm and were warned not to drive through any areas that were covered in water.
Visibility during the height of the storm was limited, which also made for dangerous conditions while driving.
News 12 meteorologists say that this nor’easter will last into Tuesday, and an additional 8-10 inches of snow is possible in some areas of the state.