One of the big concerns with this weekend's Nor'easter is the potential for coastal flooding, especially because tides will already be high from Saturday's full moon. There's currently a coastal flood watch in effect for Ocean County, but we should all be prepared.
The good news is that now it's looking like Hurricane Joaquin will likely miss us with a sharp turn in the coming days. But, living in Ocean County, we all know that it doesn't mean we get a full pass on dangerous conditions.
With Memorial Day Weekend and the unofficial start to summer this past weekend, we've gotten summer-like weather to go along with it. And this afternoon, heavy storms crippled some roads in Ocean County.
Some happiness, some disappointment but most of all clarity, is what the nearly 150 people who attended the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Open House felt after reviewing their preliminary Flood Hazard Maps at the Ocean County Administration Building's Cafeteria last night...
Flooding caused by high tide may eventually become a problem on more than 200 days per year in certain areas along the New Jersey coastline, according to a new analysis from the Union of Concerned Scientists.
Commuters are being urged to use caution during their commute home tonight. Dlooding is being reported along the Route 9 corridor that runs from Toms River to Howell Township as heavy rains continue to come down. The National Weather Service in Mount Holly has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Norther…
Many Garden State residents experiencing a higher frequency of coastal flooding are blaming Superstorm Sandy for altering our environment. However, lead scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey say Sandy is not to blame.