Update: Second line of strong thunderstorms headed toward South Jersey

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For the second time in as many hours, a line of heavy thunderstorms is headed across the Delaware Bay and will strike South Jersey in the next hour or so, according to the National Weather Service. For the second time in as many hours, a line of heavy thunderstorms is headed across the Delaware Bay and will strike South Jersey in the next hour or so, according to the National Weather Service. For the second time in as many hours, a line of heavy thunderstorms is headed across the Delaware Bay and will strike South Jersey in the next hour or so, according to the National Weather Service.

 These storms will contain wind gusts up to 40 mph, frequent strong lightning and heavy rains that could cause ponding on areas of poor drainage, the Weather Service said.

These storms could reach Atlantic and Cape May counties shortly after 10 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 2, the National Weather Service.

 These storms are moving to the east at 45 mph and should clear the coast in time for the 11 o’clock news broadcasts, the Weather Service said.

An earlier line of thunderstorms moved across AtlanticCounty around 9:15, causing earthshaking thunder, brief heavy rain and scattered minor power outages.

 

 

 


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