A slow-moving Nor'easter caused heavy flooding in parts of the Jersey Shore. Several streets were under water Tuesday, in some of the worst flooding there since Hurricane Sandy.
Dispatchers in the Poconos and Lehigh Valley said there were accidents as the nor'easter went from frozen to slush. NBC10's Doug Shimell is in South Whitehall Township with more on the storm.
A Nor'easter brought flooding and high winds to the Jersey Shore. NBC10's Ted Greenberg is in Long Beach Township, Ocean County, New Jersey where many streets remained flooded Tuesday afternoon.
A mudslide closed a Montgomery County road Tuesday as a Nor’easter stormed over the area.
The storm slammed the Jersey Shore early Tuesday with heavy winds and road flooding.
A nor'easter that brought rain, high winds and flooding to parts of the Philadelphia region could still bring snow to other areas overnight into Wednesday.