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State of emergency in place for New Jersey nor'easter, here's what to expect

State of emergency in place for New Jersey nor'easter, here's what to expect

Hurricane Jose North Wildwood

Weather watchers looks out over the 2nd Ave jetty in North Wildwood as waves from Hurricane Jose hit the shore. Wind and high tides from Hurricane Jose off the coast of New Jersey caused moderate beach erosion along the northern end beaches of North Wildwood. A coastal flood warning remains in effect until 1am Wednesday morning. Tuesday Sept 19, 2017. (Dale Gerhard / Press of Atlantic City)

Governor Phil Murphy declared a state of emergency for all 21 New Jersey counties effective 8 p.m. Monday, with no formal end date and time. 

This will only be the first of two storms to strike New Jersey this week. Friday into Saturday, another storm system will move through the region, continuing the coastal flooding, wind and storm threat. 

Click here for the complete nor'easter forecast.

Contact Joe Martucci:

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jmartucci@pressofac.com

Twitter @acpressmartucci

 

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