After blowing through Florida and up the East Coast, the remnants of Hurricane Ian have made it to New Jersey. The storm, which landed on the west coast of Florida as a Category 4 (but on the cusp of a Category 5), is now classified as a post-tropical storm.
As of Saturday morning's forecast, the wind and rain from the now post-tropical storm had hit New Jersey, with the storm proper over North Carolina. The heaviest rain is expected to occur this morning and will taper off by mid-afternoon. According to the National Weather Service forecast, coastal areas can expect rainfall totals of 2 to 4 inches through early Tuesday, as what's left of Ian continues to move very slowly north.
There are also chances of coastal flooding. While there are flooding concerns, the National Weather Service is not projecting anything major like what was seen in Florida or Puerto Rico. Coastal cities are most likely to be impacted by flooding.
See how much rain has fallen and any flood advisories and watches in effect below.
How much rain has fallen in New Jersey from Hurricane Ian?
The National Weather Service forecast is a bit uncertain about exactly when the rain will fall over the weekend. But through Sunday, predictions call for an average of 1 to 2 inches of rain along and north and west of I-95, 2 to 4 inches south and east of I-95, and as much as 5 inches in the southeast tip of New Jersey. Below are the highest rainfall totals in each county over the past 24 hours as of 9:20 p.m. Saturday.
Atlantic County - 1.39 inches (Brigantine)
Bergen County - 0.48 inches (Waldwick)
Burlington County - 1.26 inches (Moorestown)
Camden County - 1.76 inches (Haddon Township)
Cape May County - 1.15 inches (Wildwood)
Cumberland County - 1.62 inches (Vineland)
Essex County - 0.4 inches (Maplewood)
Gloucester County - 1.73 inches (Sewell)
Hudson County - 0.84 inches (Jersey City)
Hunterdon County - 1.09 inches (Ringoes)
Mercer County - 1.67 inches (Woodsville)
Middlesex County - 1.03 inches (Monmouth Junction)
Monmouth County - 1.39 inches (Aberdeen)
Morris County - 0.73 inches (Long Hill Township)
Ocean County - 1.69 inches (North Beach Haven)
Passaic County - 0.18 inches (Ringwood)
Salem County - 1.17 inches (Mannington Township)
Somerset County - 1.15 inches (Bridgewater)
Sussex County - 0.27 inches (Stockholm)
Union County - 0.63 inches (Newark Airport)
Warren County - 0.51 inches (Riegelsville)
Is there any flooding near me in New Jersey from Hurricane Ian?
Any flooding is expected to be along the Shore, mainly in coastal communities, along with some minor localized flooding due to blocked drainage in more urban areas. However, no widespread flash flooding is expected, even in areas expected to be hit hardest by Ian.
Areas under a coastal flood advisory, or with advisories to come in the next few days (dates and times in parentheses):
Monmouth County (noon Sunday to 7 p.m. Monday)
Coastal Atlantic County (10 a.m. Saturday to 6 a.m. Monday)
Coastal Cape May County (10 a.m. Saturday to 6 a.m. Monday)
Ocean County (10 a.m. Saturday to 6 a.m. Monday)
Middlesex County (noon Sunday to 7 p.m. Monday)
Areas under a coastal flood watch, or with watches to come in the next few days (dates and times in parentheses):
Coastal Atlantic County (Monday morning to Monday evening)
Coastal Cape May County (Monday morning to Monday evening)
Ocean County (Monday morning to Monday evening)
As of Saturday morning, there is a Coastal Flood Watch in place for Ocean County starting at 6 a.m. Monday morning. Monmouth County is under a coastal flood advisory until 6 p.m. Monday.
Jenna Calderon and Jean Mikle contributed to this report.
This article originally appeared on Asbury Park Press: Hurricane Ian update: Rainfall totals, flood advisories in NJ