Street Becomes Pond as Nor'easter Hits Hoboken

Streets in Hoboken, New Jersey, were flooded on Tuesday, October 26, after a nor’easter brought heavy rain to the US northeast.

The City of Hoboken declared a state of emergency and warned people not to drive through floodwaters.

Local news reports said between two and five inches of rain were expected and a flash-flood warning was in place for Hoboken and the surrounding areas on Tuesday.

Videos filmed by Tammy Hileman show flooding at the intersection of Harrison St and 1st St in Hoboken. Credit: Tammy Hileman via Storyful

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