New Jersey's coastline remains under a coastal flood advisory until 9 p.m. tonight as a result of winter storm Saturn.

The National Weather Service has advised that minor tidal flooding is expected along the Atlantic Ocean and in back bays and tidal tributaries.

Motorists are advised to never drive a vehicle through flood waters as the water may be deeper than it appears.

Coastal towns continued to experience minor flooding today around high tide.

The latest advisory is in effect for the Atlantic coastline stretching from Cape May to Monmouth counties as well as coastal areas of Middlesex and Monmouth counties along the Raritan and Sandy Hook bays.