Hurricane Laura to Could Bring Severe Storms To NJ Wildwood Writer August 27, 2020 Articles, Wildwood Articles 1686 Hurricane Laura to Could Bring Severe Storms To NJ Hurricane Laura to Could Bring Severe Storms To NJ As Hurricane Laura makes its way through America, we will be updating you with how it will impact the Tri-State of Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. There isn’t too much change from our latest update from yesterday. The remnants of Hurricane Laura are expected to cross the MidAtlantic on Saturday with a cold front. This will bring another round of showers and some thunderstorms to our region. Severe storms are possible, though this risk is dependent on cloud cover and the exact track/timing of the remnants of Hurricane Laura, which remains uncertain at this time. It should take place mainly through Saturday evening. The real timing remains uncertain as there could be many changes to it’s direction as it hits the state of Kentucky. The path does seem to be moving a bit southern. Before it was running through the middle of the state. Now it’s just at the bottom tip of South Jersey but that doesn’t mean that North Jersey won’t get any storms from it. The National Weather Service, has us in the yellow zone, which is scattered severe storms possible. The good news is that coastal flooding is not expected at this time. Tune back later for more updates. Check out these other Wildwood Videos and Articles NJ Indoor Dining Could Open Up Soon Where To Find Wildwood Sand Dollars?!