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Joaquin 2015

Joaquin 2015

Tidal waters inundated streets in Beach Haven West, Manahawkin on Sunday.  (Photo Bill Grzyb)
Tidal waters inundated streets in Beach Haven West, Manahawkin on Sunday. (Photo Bill Grzyb)

Flood waters recede, winds calm, and sunshine returns to NJ

New Jersey will see significant improvements in the weather forecast on Monday and the coastal flooding threat will be much lower, although rough surf and high water remains in spots.

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High tide in Ocean City
High tide in Ocean City (Connor Wristbridge via Twitter @wristbridge)

Coastal flooding and gusty winds still a big problem for NJ on Sunday

Despite improvements in the forecast, the dramatic effects of a coastal storm system and Hurricane Joaquin will still be felt on Sunday.

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Huge waves breaking at Bradley Beach, N.J. on Friday.  (Photo Bud McCormick)
Huge waves breaking at Bradley Beach, N.J. on Friday. (Photo Bud McCormick)

Significant coastal flooding and gusty winds to continue all weekend

The effects of a coastal storm system and the distant Hurricane Joaquin will lead to some nasty weather and surf this weekend.

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Rescue at Barnegat Dock (Barnegat PD)
Rescue at Barnegat Dock (Barnegat PD)

Barnegat cop & marina owner rescue stranded boater

At the height of today's bayfront floods in Barnegat, one police officer placed duty before self to rescue a boater who couldn't reach land.

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Felecia Stratton sent us this photo of serious flooding in Sea Bright Friday, as heavy rains pounded New Jersey.
Felecia Stratton sent us this photo of serious flooding in Sea Bright Friday, as heavy rains pounded New Jersey.

NJ power, traffic, closings: Your guide to a nasty weather weekend

We could still see nasty flooding, road closures, downed trees and power outages this weekend. Here's what you need to know to get through it.

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Street flooding in Avalon
Street flooding in Avalon (Zeke Orzech @Zeke_O via Twitter)

Rising waters place Ocean County beachfronts at risk

Hurricane Joaquin shows every sign of avoiding New Jersey, but the nor'easter that's been feeding off the big storm and pelting the coast is creating flood problems throughout Ocean County.

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Flood waters enveloped this neighborhood in the Strathmere section of Upper Township on Friday. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
Flood waters enveloped this neighborhood in the Strathmere section of Upper Township on Friday. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)

Heavy flooding hits NJ, even with Joaquin turning away

Heavy flooding was being seen in coastal New Jersey mid-day Friday, as storms continued to hit the state even while Hurricane Joaquin looked more and more likely to turn out to see.

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How to run a portable generator safety if Joaquin knocks out power

Five people died in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy due to carbon monoxide poisoning, according to the New Jersey Department of Health.

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Hurricane Joaquin tracks away from NJ, but expect flooding and winds

Confidence is growing that Hurricane Joaquin will turn away from the U.S. East Coast, but some dramatic indirect impacts are still expected for New Jersey.

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Entrance of an NJ Transit train at Penn Station, NYC (Annette Petriccione, Townsquare Media)

NJ Transit: We’re ready to protect equipment if Hurricane Joaquin hits

New Jersey Transit is getting ready for Hurricane Joaquin and its possible effects on the state and its equipment.

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