Plan for moderate tidal flooding during the overnight high tide

     North 10 Street in Surf City, New Jersey during a Dec. 2014 nor'easter. (Photo courtesy of Jason Koralja)

    North 10 Street in Surf City, New Jersey during a Dec. 2014 nor'easter. (Photo courtesy of Jason Koralja)

    Moderate tidal flooding is likely at the Jersey Shore tonight as a powerful nor’easter passes offshore, forecasters say.

    A Coastal Flood Warning is in effect for all coastal areas from 11 p.m. today until 7 a.m. tomorrow.

    “Numerous roadways will flood, and minor to moderate property damage is likely,” the National Weather Service bulletin advises. “The tides and wave action will result in moderate to severe beach erosion.

    Visit here for precise high tide times. For the latest on the storm, which is expected to generate blizzard conditions in northern shore areas, click here.

    Follow Jersey Shore Hurricane News for rapid updates during the storm.  

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