Today Christie spoke about the status of Hurricane Joaquin in Sea Isle.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says that most of the heavy rain expected for New Jersey has already fallen.
Residents and emergency officials in Brigantine prepare for any flooding possibilities due to storms within the state.
Cifelli says that storm surge and strong winds could be a result from Joaquin.
While the storm's projected path has yet to be determined, preparations have begun throughout the state.
Correspondent David Cruz looks into the political subtext of Christie's press conference on Hurricane Joaquin.
NJTV News Meteorologist John Cifelli says as of 11 a.m. today, the threat of an East Coast landfall is reduced.
Coverage of Gov. Chris Christie’s 11 a.m. press conference at 11 on Hurricane Joaquin.
Hurricane Joaquin could bring upwards of eight inches of rain with strong winds and storm surges.
This August has been one of the driest months in the past 90 years and water usage is up from last year's levels.
With temps topping 90, experts say residents should stay hydrated and avoid direct sunlight from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The hot, dry weather New Jersey has been experiencing is good for growing grapes.
Although a thunderstorm cleared the beach in Belmar during the 29th New Jersey Sandcastle Contest, people still participated and will be awarded prizes.
It seems like South Jersey will meet the threshold for aid, but Gov. Christie must make the declaration by July 23.
Ten days after a storm caused major damage in the southern part of the state, people are still picking up the pieces.