Weird winter weather wallops parts of NJ

Parts of New Jersey were hit with unseasonably severe weather Monday. Cities in Bergen County were slammed with hail and rain, the accumulation of which led to flooding. NJ Transit service was suspended

News 12 Staff

Jun 17, 2009, 4:25 AM

Updated 5,508 days ago

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Parts of New Jersey were hit with unseasonably severe weather Monday.
Cities in Bergen County were slammed with hail and rain, the accumulation of which led to flooding. NJ Transit service was suspended temporarily on the Pascack Valley line due to flooding on the tracks.
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