Flooding is the aftermath of Delaware coastal storm

There is a wind advisory up for Delaware Tuesday evening. That’s the aftermath of the storm moving up the Atlantic coast.

Heavy rains overnight from that nor’easter produced flooding on many side streets throughout coastal towns such as Dewey.  The flooding was wide spread in those communities north of the Indian River inlet.  Several areas started flooding last night as tides coincided with the storm’s arrival.


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