92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: September 18 5AM
We're keeping an eye Hurricane Jose that could become a tropical storm by the time it reaches the jersey shore tonight.
Meteorologist Dan Zarrow says we could see waves up to 6-feet high along the coast, dangerous rip currents, surge flooding of about a foot or two possible with high tide Tuesday afternoon, winds could eclipse 50-mph in spots with rain totals in the 1-3 inch range.
He's also tracking tropical storms Lee and Maria in the Atlantic at wobm.com.
Investigators are still tracing the source of a home fire that killed a Manchester Township couple on Friday night.
Due to the intensity of the heat, smoke and fire police say they were unable to make entry to save the couple inside.
Two firefighters needed medical treatment after the fire was put out.
In 2016 there were two bear hunts in jersey.
One in October and a second in December.
State officials are planning to do the same thing this year, much to the dismay of animal rights groups.