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Dangerously Excessive Heat and Humidity Continues from the Midwest and Eastward

Oppressive heat and humidity will continue through Saturday from the Midwest to the East Coast. The Midwest will get a slight reprieve on Sunday as a cold front moves through the area, while excessive heat continues in the East. In addition, strong to severe storms will bring potential for damaging winds, hail, and heavy rain on Saturday. Read More >

Forecasts for Bay and River Gauges - Numbers in Parentheses Denote Minor, Moderate, Severe 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') Cohansey River at Greenwich, 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') Chespk & Del Canal at Chesapeake City (5.5', 6.5', 7.5')
Chesapeake Bay at Tolchester Beach, MD (3.5', 4.5', 5.5') Chesapeake Bay at Cambridge (3.5', 4.5', 5.5')