Second nor'easter hits parts of NJ

(AP) - Another round of nasty weather - includingheavy rains, gusty winds and snow - hit New Jersey Saturday. The Garden State was already dealing with unseasonably coldtemperatures before getting soaked

News 12 Staff

Oct 18, 2009, 2:25 AM

Updated 5,388 days ago

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(AP) - Another round of nasty weather - includingheavy rains, gusty winds and snow - hit New Jersey Saturday.
The Garden State was already dealing with unseasonably coldtemperatures before getting soaked Thursday and Friday by anor'easter. It dropped about 2 inches of snow in northwesternareas, while heavy rains elsewhere caused minor to moderateflooding.
Rain fell in most areas Saturday, with street flooding reported inseveral southern communities.
The National Weather Service issued coastal flood advisories fornumerous counties, while a winter weather advisory was in effectfor Sussex County Saturday.


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