STATE — Much of the state is currently under a flood watch until early Saturday morning. The National Weather Service has also issued a high wind warning in effect until Friday morning for much of central New Jersey.
Several southern New Jersey counties are under a tornado watch this morning.
The Woodbridge Township Office of Emergency Management is warning residents that there is a significant probability that flooding will occur along creeks and streams and in low-lying streets and areas of the township routinely subject to flooding. The Office of Emergency Management advises residents and business-owners in flood-prone areas to move vehicles to higher ground and to be prepared to undertake emergency procedures should the Office of Emergency Management issue specific storm-related warnings.
Woodbridge Township residents should tune to local TV news and weather reports, TV-35, or log-on to the township web page at: www.twp.woodbridge.nj.us for weather information or specific storm-related announcements.
NJ Transit was not reporting any significant rail delays this morning, but buses to or from the Port Authority Bus Terminal were subject to 2o-30 minute delays due to weather conditions.
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