Meteorologist John Cifelli says that most of the heavy rain expected for New Jersey has already fallen. Joaquin isn't expected to make landfall in New Jersey, diminishing to a category two storm by the time it moves north.
NJTV News Meteorologist John Cifelli says that storm surge, beach erosion, strong winds and power outages could be a result from Hurricane Joaquin, even if it doesn't make landfall on the Atlantic East Coast.
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