Update: New rain totals for South Jersey

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A pair of slow-moving low pressure systems will crawl toward the United States east coast between now and Thursday, May 1, dropping several inches of rain, according to the National Weather Service./NWS A pair of slow-moving low pressure systems will crawl toward the United States east coast between now and Thursday, May 1, dropping several inches of rain, according to the National Weather Service./NWS A pair of slow-moving low pressure systems will crawl toward the United States east coast between now and Thursday, May 1, dropping several inches of rain, according to the National Weather Service.

South Jersey rain timing

While rain showers should begin to fall late Tuesday evening, the first batch of heavy rain will cross the area around the time of the morning community, according to future radar simulation.

Rain will continue to fall during the day on Wednesday, April 30, according to the NationalWeatherServiceMountHollyForecastCenter. The heaviest rain is expected to fall during the afternoon and evening hours on Wednesday.

Total accumulation could equal 4-5 inches, the National Weather Service said Tuesday afternoon in an updated event briefing.

However, the storm's exact path and intensity of the heaviest rain could change, warned Meteorologist Ray Kruzdlo of the Mount Holly Forecast Center.

The first band of heavy rain could fall during the later part of the morning rush to work./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com The first band of heavy rain could fall during the later part of the morning rush to work./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com Street flooding is likely in areas of poor drainage and minor coastal flooding is possible during the times of high tide on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The bulk of the heaviest rain should end by early Thursday morning, forecasters said.

THE GFS rain model paints the heaviest rain totals across a band that includes most of South Jersey./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com THE GFS rain model paints the heaviest rain totals across a band that includes most of South Jersey./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com


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