Flash flooding was reported in areas along the New Jersey coast on July 10 as Tropical Storm Fay’s center neared the Jersey Shore, according to the National Hurricane Center.
A tropical storm warning was in place for coasts along the northeastern United States, including Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut. Fay’s maximum sustained winds reached 60 mph by Friday afternoon at 2 pm, the National Hurricane Center said.
Several inches of rain brought street flooding to areas on the Jersey Shore. This footage was taken in Sea Isle City. Flooding was also reported in Avalon and Stone Harbor. Credit: Ryan John via Storyful