Several school districts have delayed the start of school by two hours today.

These districts include Atlantic City, Margate, Ocean City and Wildwood.

In addition, the half day schedule in Atlantic City has been changed to a regularly scheduled school day.

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Cape May City Elementary School as well as St. Augustine Prep are closed today.

Many roads are flooded in the area and may be blocked in portions or entirely closed off.

Wellington Avenue in Atlantic City and Ventnor is flooded.

Both The Black Horse Pike and White Horse Pike are now open.

The Absecon Police Department reported South Shore Road is closed between California Avenue and Rt. 30. Additionally, southbound Rt. 9 has water on the roadway. 

In Cape May County, Stone Harbor Boulevard remains closed after a series of wooden utility poles and electrical wires are still down on the roadway.

The entrance to North Wildwood at New Jersey Avenue is closed due to flooding but the city is accessible via Anglesea Drive. Many city streets remain flooded following this morning's high tide.

Portions of New York Avenue and most bayside streets are still flooded following high tide in North Wildwood. The police department is using high water vehicles as needed if residents need assistance.

Cape May County said Fare Free Transportation is running limited service off of the barrier islands today.

George Redding Bridge which leads into Wildwood is closed also due to bayside flooding.

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