The Jersey Shore was slammed with heavy downpours through the overnight hours and into the early morning hours and some of totals are hard to believe.

The Jersey Shore was hit with the remnants of Michael (now a sub tropical storm) last night and the effects lingered into the early morning hours. Although our exposure to this storm pales in comparison to what Florida and other southeast states suffered, our rainfall totals were pretty significant.

Early morning totals so far are pretty amazing and certainly an indication of the incredible amount of rain we saw in a relatively short amount of time.

It looks like southern Monmouth and northern Ocean got the worst of it. Two of the top totals reported by News 12 were Sea Girt.which received 3.92 inches and in Point Pleasant, the total was 3.37 inches.

The two big changes in our weather according to our meteorologist Dan Zarrow id that we'll actually have sunshine by this afternoon, and that our temperatures will tumble into the 50's this afternoon. and you can expect overnight lows in the 40's tonight.

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