Tropical Storm Fay To Make A Stop in South Jersey Tomorrow
A tropical storm warning is in effect for coastal locations in New Jersey according to NOAA’s latest press briefing.
The tropical storm, Fay, is expected to bring sustained winds of 23-35 mph with wind gusts up to 50 mph. The worst of the wind will occur on Friday which could bring some minor tree and power line damage along the coast.
Fay is expected to bring one to four inches of rain which could lead to flash flooding in areas that normally flood. The heaviest of the rain will primarily be along and southeast of the Interstate 95 corridor and start late tonight through Friday evening.
Due to this being a tropical storm, there is an elevated risk for tornadoes on Friday primarily in New Jersey and far eastern Pennsylvania.
So what does that mean for down here? Be sure to bring in anything outside that can blow away, park your car in an area that is in a high elevation and tie down your trash cans.
Tune back later for more details
Check out these other Wildwood Videos and Articles