Tropical Storm Jose Impacts Jersey Shore, Delaware - NBC 10 Philadelphia

Tropical Storm Jose Impacts Jersey Shore, Delaware

Hurricane Maria batters Puerto Rico as Tropical Storm Jose spins off the East Coast



    Jose Causes Beach Erosion at the Shore

    Coastal communities are assessing damage done to beaches down the shore by Tropical Storm Jose. NBC10 Jersey Shore Bureau reporter Ted Greenberg shows us the damage in one of the hardest hit spots.

    (Published Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017)

    What to Know

    • Storm will remain off the coast but its wind and rain will be felt in New Jersey & Delaware. The impact will be least north, west of Philly.

    • A First Alert is in effect for the coast through Thursday morning.

    • The NBC10 Weather Team will continue to update you throughout the week.

    A Tropical Storm is impacting our area while a hurricane continues to batter the Caribbean.

    The NBC10 First Alert Weather Team issued a First Alert starting through Thursday morning for the Jersey Shore and Delaware beaches due to the effects of Tropical Storm Jose. as of Wednesday most of the strong wind and rain is gone but flooding concerns remains, NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Bill Henley said.

    Here is what you can expect from Jose, which was a tropical storm with 70 mph sustained winds as of Wednesday afternoon:

    • Potentially life-threatening rip current risk due to rough seas. 
    • Minor coastal flooding with some moderate tidal flooding Wednesday morning and beach erosion.

    Jose & High Tide Cause Beach Erosion at Jersey Shore

    [PHI] Jose & High Tide Cause Beach Erosion at Jersey Shore

    NBC10's Randy Gyllenhaal is live in North Wildwood, New Jersey where the rough waters caused by Hurricane Jose have put the beach underwater.

    (Published Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017)

    Wednesday night, residents in Wildwood, New Jersey watched the crashing waves during high tide. Flooding from the bay also shut down access on roads for cars and trucks. Flooding was also reported in Atlantic City. 

    As Jose impacts parts of our area, Hurricane Maria with 150 mph winds made landfall in Puerto Rico Wednesday. Here’s what to expect from Maria:

    • The storm hit Puerto Rico more directly than Irma leading to the potential for massive power outages on the island.
    • Officials call the storm "extremely dangerous" and urged people to seek shelter.
    • Maria is expected to remain a major hurricane into the weekend.

    Click here for the latest information in Spanish from Telemundo 62 in Philadelphia.

    The ultimate path of Maria could depend on what Jose does as it continues to move through the ocean, so stick with the First Alert Weather Team for the latest.