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Here are updates for Jersey City and Hoboken:
The shelter at the Wallace School, 1100 Willow Ave., remains open. All 52 residents initially in the shelter were relocated to the Izod Center late Saturday night (see photo).
After an additional 13 residents appeared at the shelter, they were also bused to the Izod Shelter.
Here is video shot by the Reporter on Saturday night outside the Wallace shelter.
According to the city, flooding has occurred at:
• Willow Ave from Newark St to 1st St
• Newart St from Bloomfield St to Park Ave
• Park Ave from Observer Hwy to Newark St
• Madison from 9th to 11th
• 10th & Monroe
• 9th St from Monroe St to Madison St
• 6th St from Monroe St to Jackson St
High tide was expected at 8:15am, meaning flooding might worsen.
The city also noted: "Trees were reported down on power lines at 6th & Jefferson and 5th & Grand. Power outages are reported along 5th Street from Adams to Jefferson and at 501 Marshall."
On Saturday night, a man reportedly jumped into the Hudson River but was pulled out unharmed.
Mayors from neighboring towns stopped by Hoboken City Hall on Saturday night to lend support.
Pedestrians were being asked to stay away from the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway in the Newport area as well as any waterfront walkways throughout the city as winds picked up and the tidal surge increased. Also, residents who are relocating to shelters were encouraged to bring food with them.