Another round of thunderstorms is expected to cross New Jersey this afternoon.

A Flood Advisory has been posted by the National Weather Service for counties along the Delaware River as a line of storms move in from Pennsylvania with heavy rain that could drop 2 inches of rain causing flooding in small streams, on roads and in poor drainage areas.

Cells of strong storms hit yesterday afternoon with heavy rain that caused flash floods & quarter-size hail in some places with winds blowing up to 60MPH.

Trees were knocked down in West Trenton across the tracks at the SEPTA station and a window shattered at Trenton-Mercer Airport according to NWS observers.

The storms knocked out power in PSE+G’s service area according to their outage map with many outages in Trenton.

JCP+L restored power to nearly all of  its customers who lost power on Thursday according to their outage map

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A line of thunderstorms moved through New Jersey on Thursday bringing down power lines and trees. Share your storm damage pictures by uploading it below.