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Find current tide heights, coastal flooding forecast for South Jersey here

Find current tide heights, coastal flooding forecast for South Jersey here

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Island Flooding North Wildwood Stone Harbor

Rough surf pounds the seawall 4th Avenue in North Wildwood. The dune structure on the North Wildwood Beach from 3rd to 5th Avenues was completely washed away. Extreme high tides are lingering along the Southern New Jersey shore, from Friday's coastal storm, resulting in moderate flooding and some beach erosion on the barrier islands. Monday March 05, 2018. (Dale Gerhard / Press of Atlantic City)

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