Monmouth County emergency services say the storm's impact is 'not so bad.'
The nor'easter that brought March in like a lion is sliding away, but many across New Jersey will feel its impacts long after the last snowflakes and raindrops have fallen.
The threat of heavy rain is gone with Hermine drifting east, but coastal flooding and beach erosion are still expected.
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New Jersey State Climatologist David Robinson says the storm is expected to continue through Thursday with possible snow and freezing rain.
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Those at the Jersey Shore were worried about coastal flooding from the storm.
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The severity of the storm has yet to be determined. However, Shore towns are expecting coastal flooding. Gary Szatkowski, Meteorologist-in-Charge at NOAA in Mt. Holly, provided the latest update on ...
Aside from a minor adjustment of snow totals, the storm is happening as forecasted.
Gary Szatkowski, Meteorologist-in-Charge at the National Weather Service in Mount Holly, says any hope that the Garden State may be spared by this nor'easter has evaporated.