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Three Weather Areas of Concern Today

Potential Tropical Cyclone Three will gradually approach the northern Gulf Coast with heavy rain and potential flooding. Meanwhile, a sharp cold front will produce severe thunderstorms with significant winds, hail, tornadoes and possible flooding across the Ohio Valley. Finally, a large dome of high pressure will continue the major heat wave over the West, extending into the central Plains. Read More >

Forecasts for Ocean, Bay, and DE River Gauges - Numbers in Parentheses Denote Minor, Moderate, and Major Flood Levels
Arthur Kill at Perth Amboy, NJ (7.1', 8.1', 9.1') Sandy Hook, NJ (6.7', 7.7', 8.7')
Watson Creek at Manasquan, NJ (5.7', 6.7', 7.7') Barnegat Bay at Barnegat Light, NJ (3.5', 4.5', 5.5')
Atlantic City, NJ Ocean Front (6.0', 7.0', 8.0') Great Egg Harbor at Ocean City (5.3', 6.3', 7.3')
Cape May Harbor (6.2', 7.2', 8.2') Maurice River at Bivalve, NJ (7.2', 8.2', 9.2')
Delaware River at Burlington, NJ (9.3', 10.3', 11.3') Delaware River at USCG Stn Washington St (8.2', 9.2', 10.2')
Delaware Bay at Reedy Point, DE (7.2', 8.2', 9.2') Murderkill River at Bowers Beach, DE (6.6', 7.6', 8.6')
Delaware Bay at Lewes (6.0', 7.0', 8.0') Chesapeake Bay at Tolchester Beach, MD (3.5', 4.5', 5.5')
Eastern Bay at Claiborne (3.5', 4.5', 5.5')