Coastal Flood Warning in New Jersey

Coastal Flood Warning remains in effect from 4 pm Sunday to midnight EDT Monday night.

  • Coastal flooding: major coastal flooding is forecast for the Monday morning and Monday evening high tides. Moderate coastal flooding is forecast for the Sunday evening high tide.
  • At Sandy Hook, New Jersey (Sandy Hook Bay), The Sunday evening high tide occurs at 7:41 pm, with a forecast Tide level of 7.5 to 8.0 feet above mean lower low water. The Monday morning high tide occurs at 8:01 am, with a forecast Tide level of 9.0 to 9.5 feet above mean lower low water. The Monday evening high tide occurs at 8:22 pm, with a forecast Tide level of around 9.0 feet above mean lower low water.
  • At Seaside Heights, New Jersey (oceanfront), The Sunday evening high tide occurs at 7:11 pm, with a forecast Tide level of around 7.5 feet above mean lower low water. The Monday morning high tide occurs at 7:31 am, with a forecast Tide level of 8.5 to 9.0 feet above mean lower low water. The Monday evening high tide occurs at 7:52 pm, with a forecast Tide level of around 8.5 feet above mean lower low water.
  • At Atlantic City, New Jersey (oceanfront), The Sunday evening high tide occurs at 7:22 pm, with a forecast Tide level of 7.0 to 7.5 feet above mean lower low water. The Monday morning high tide occurs at 7:41 am, with a forecast Tide level of around 8.5 feet above mean lower low water. The Monday evening high tide occurs at 8:00 pm, with a forecast Tide level of 8.0 to 8.5 feet above mean lower low water.
  • At Cape May, New Jersey (oceanfront), The Sunday evening high tide occurs at 7:56 pm, with a forecast Tide level of 7.5 to 8.0 feet above mean lower low water. The Monday morning high tide occurs at 8:15 am, with a forecast Tide level of 8.5 to 9.0 feet above mean lower low water. The Monday evening high tide occurs at 8:34 pm, with a forecast Tide level of 8.5 to 9.0 feet above mean lower low water.
  • At breakwater Harbor, Delaware (Delaware Bay), The Sunday evening high tide occurs at 8:38 pm, with a forecast Tide level of 7.5 to 8.0 feet above mean lower low water. The Monday morning high tide occurs at 8:55 am, with a forecast Tide level of around 8.5 feet above mean lower low water. The Monday evening high tide occurs at 9:15 pm, with a forecast Tide level of 8.0 to 8.5 feet above mean lower low water.
  • At Rehoboth Beach, Delaware (oceanfront), The Sunday evening high tide occurs at 7:32 pm, with a forecast Tide level of around 7.5 feet above mean lower low water. The Monday morning high tide occurs at 7:55 am, with a forecast Tide level of 8.0 to 8.5 feet above mean lower low water. The Monday evening high tide occurs at 8:11 pm, with a forecast Tide level of around 8.0 feet above mean lower low water.
  • High Tide on the back bays, along Delaware Bay and along Raritan Bay occurs later than the high tide on the Oceanfront.
  • Impacts: numerous roadways will flood and moderate to major property damage is likely.
  • Rainfall: 4 to 8 inches of rainfall is forecast during the period. Heavy rainfall near time of high tide would not drain and would exacerbate tidal flooding.
  • Precursor flood episode, minor coastal flooding is likely during the Sunday morning high tide.

Recommended actions

A Coastal Flood Warning indicates that moderate or major tidal flooding is imminent or occurring. Be prepared for rising water levels and take appropriate action to protect life and property. Follow the recommendations of local emergency management officials.

Do not drive your vehicle through flood waters. The water may be deeper than you think. You will be putting yourself in danger and your vehicle may be damaged, leading to costly repairs.

For a list of the impact of different Tide Heights in your county, please go to www.weather.gov/phi/tides.htm (all in lower case).

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