As we feared, the winter storm we called "Saturn" brought familiar destruction....

(special thanks to Rob Kelly of Ocean City for the video)


With reported wind gusts up to 61 mph in Ocean City, plus much of the beach and dunes  not fully rebuilt after Sandy, flooding becomes a major concern over the next few days.


Ocean City isn't the only beach town that's having concerns.


According to the Press of Atlantic City, 'water levels at high tide before dawn today in Atlantic City may be near 8 feet, which is the threshold for major tidal flooding. Water levels in Cape May could exceed 8.9 feet, which is the record water level set during Sandy.'


The National Weather Service has also warned that the flooding is expected to continue until Friday; as a Coastal Flood Warning is still in effect for Atlantic, Burlington, Cape May, and Cumberland counties till tomorrow.


We will continue to keep you posted on all the latest developments, including school closings and road conditions through out today.  Also, feel free to share your videos and pictures with us by clicking here.

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