NJ still faces flood threat
TRENTON, N.J. - May 18, 2011 (WPVI) -- New Jerseyans will need to keep their umbrellas handy because forecasters are predicting another rainy day Wednesday.
Forecasters say periods of rain and isolated thunderstorms are possible before the precipitation begins to taper off on Thursday.
Flood watches remain in effect for most of the state. A coastal flood watch is in effect for the evening high tide.
The National Weather Service says most of the state received less than an inch of rain on Tuesday.
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