Waterlogged streets drench borough

Rain and wind drenched the borough beginning early this morning and is expected to continue through Wednesday.

News 12 Meteorologist Mike Favetta says 3-4 inches of rain are anticipated over the next two days. Several areas in the borough are under a coastal flood watch.

This wet weather system will move out of our borough by the weekend leaving sunny skies and temperatures above 70 degrees.

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