One of the big concerns with this weekend's Nor'easter is the potential for coastal flooding, especially because tides will already be high from Saturday's full moon. There's currently a coastal flood watch in effect for Ocean County, but we should all be prepared.
Commuters are being urged to use caution during their commute home tonight. Dlooding is being reported along the Route 9 corridor that runs from Toms River to Howell Township as heavy rains continue to come down. The National Weather Service in Mount Holly has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Norther…
Many Garden State residents experiencing a higher frequency of coastal flooding are blaming Superstorm Sandy for altering our environment. However, lead scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey say Sandy is not to blame.
As rain continues to drench the Garden State today, flood advisories and watches have been posted for several counties. If it seems to you like flooding is becoming more and more of a problem in New Jersey, the experts say you're right.
The main focus when discussing floods or flood zones is usually New Jersey's coastline and those living alongside the Atlantic Ocean, but the bigger threat is elsewhere, according to experts in the field.
Voluntary evacuations have been recommended for those in flood-prone and low-lying areas of Brielle, Manasquan, Point Pleasant, Brick, Toms River, and other towns because of potential flooding from today's storm. But how do you decide on whether or not to go?