A storm system named Tropical Storm Fay brought 45 mph wind gusts, heavy rain, and the potential for strong rip currents to the New Jersey coastline on Friday morning, July 10, reports said.
The system of thunderstorms was upgraded to a tropical storm by the National Hurricane Center after moving up the coast off North Carolina.
This video shows cars stalled on a flooded residential street in Avalon, New Jersey, on July 10 as Tropical Storm Fay hit the area.
A tropical storm warning was issued for several New Jersey counties and New York City. The National Weather Service forecast two to three inches of rain across most of New Jersey. Credit: Zeke Orzech via Storyful