Monday midday high tide (minor)

Flooding on Wednesday

West Atlantic City Blackhorse Pike road close due to coastal flooding occur with the high tide Wednesday Oct 9, 2019. Edward Lea Staff Photographer / Press of Atlantic City

Flooding begins on Absecon Boulevard (US Route 30) in Atlantic City.

Flooding begins on the White Horse Pike (US Route 30 - Absecon Boulevard) in Absecon.

Flooding begins at the most susceptible locations in West Atlantic City.

Flooding begins on the north end of Brigantine.

Flooding begins around Absecon Inlet in Atlantic City.

Flooding begins on the White Horse Pike in Atlantic City, along the back bays in Atlantic City and Ventnor, and on the Black Horse Pike in West Atlantic City.

Flooding begins along the back bays in Atlantic City and Ventnor.

Flooding begins on the Black Horse Pike (US Routes 40 and 322) in West Atlantic City.

Flooding begins on Absecon Creek in Absecon along Absecon Boulevard (US Route 30), Shore Road and New Road (US Route 9).

Bayside flooding begins in Margate.

Bayside flooding begins in Longport between 11th Avenue and 32nd Avenue.

Flooding begins along Bay Avenue in Somers Point.

Flooding begins on the access roads to the 9th Street bridge into Ocean City (NJ Route 52). 

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