Nor'easter Sparks Flooding Along Coastal New Jersey

A nor’easter sparked coastal flooding in parts of New Jersey on Monday, February 1, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).

The NWS said the storm was expected to cause “cycles of moderate flooding” that could inundate roadways in New Jersey and Delaware.

The winter storm also brought heavy snow to much of the northeast, with up to 19 inches of snow forecast for northern New Jersey.

Twitter user @rosew1719 posted this footage of coastal flooding submerging part of a road in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey, on Monday. Up to three inches of snow was forecast for the coastal area. Credit: @rosew1719 via Storyful