When the tide at the Atlantic City recording station reaches:

5.7 feet, flooding begins:

In the lowest sections of West Atlantic City

6 feet, minor tidal flooding begins:

In Atlantic, Burlington and Ocean counties

6.3 feet, flooding begins:

In Atlantic County, along the Black Horse Pike in West Atlantic City and the White Horse Pike in Absecon and Atlantic City

In Ocean County, along roads in Beach Haven West and Cedar Bonnet Island

6.5 feet, flooding begins:

At the north end of Brigantine, in Margate, along Route 9 in Absecon near Absecon Creek, Route 72 in Ship Bottom and along the bay in Harvey Cedars

6.7 feet, flooding begins:

In Longport between 11th and 24th avenues, near Absecon Inlet in Atlantic City

6.9 feet, flooding begins:

In Pleasantville, along Longport Boulevard in Egg Harbor Township, along local roads in Mystic Islands

7 feet, moderate tidal flooding begins.

When the tide at the Cape May-Lewes Ferry Terminal recording station reaches:

6.5 feet, flooding begins:

On the access road to the Route 47 bridge into Wildwood

6.7 feet, minor tidal flooding begins

7.1 feet, flooding begins:

In West Wildwood, along Ocean Drive between Ocean City and Strathmere, and the Haven Avenue Basin area of Ocean City

7.3 feet, flooding begins:

Around Townsends Inlet Bridge, in Avalon along Ocean and Dune drives, in Stone Harbor around 96th Street, in Cape May along Yacht Avenue

7.5 feet, flooding begins:

In Strathmere, in Sea Isle City along Landis Avenue

7.7 feet, moderate flooding begins:

Along the access road to the 34th Street Bridge in Ocean City, Sea Isle Boulevard and along Beach and New Jersey avenues in Cape May

Source: National Weather Service

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