Flash flood watch issued for Hudson County; remnants of Tropical Storm Andrea predicted to brush state
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Will Jersey City residents have to get out their kayaks? (File photo from Hurricane Sandy.)
Will Jersey City residents have to get out their kayaks? (File photo from Hurricane Sandy.)
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STATEWIDE -- The remnants of Tropical Storm Andrea are predicted to cause heavy rainfall and possibly flooding in New Jersey on Friday into Saturday, Accuweather predicts.

According to the service, the storm "will brush the mid-Atlantic coast and sweep over New England Friday into Saturday with locally heavy rain, brief gusty winds and a flooding risk."

How did it start? "Early Wednesday evening, showers and thunderstorms in the eastern Gulf of Mexico had organized enough to become Tropical Storm Andrea. As of 2 p.m. EDT Thursday, maximum sustained winds with Andrea were 60 mph."

Click on the upper right of Hudson Reporter.com to get the local hourly forecast, as well as warnings like this one.

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