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How bad is the coastal flooding going to be?

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since its being called snowmegeddon can it also be floodmegeddon or is it against the rules to have to megeddons at the same time in the same event?

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Cut n paste from the other thread. Compliments of Eric T  :howdy:

 

COASTAL FLOODING
Very significant coastal flooding is expected in New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland. In places like Lewes, the coastal flooding could be worse than it was when Hurricane Sandy approached the coast years ago. In New Jersey's Monmouth and Ocean counties, we do NOT expect coastal flooding to be anywhere near as bad as it was with Sandy. But we still expect plenty of coastal flooding and beach erosion there with road closures and damage likely along the coast. Further south, in Atlantic and Cape May Counties, coastal flooding may approach (but not exceed) levels seen there during Sandy. The National Weather Service believes flooding may be so bad in New Jersey and Delaware that it'd be considered a Top 5 coastal flood event in history with records dating back to the 1940s. Depending on the severity of coastal storm surge flooding along with abnormally high tides created by the full Wolf Moon, some local officials may ask residents to head to higher ground. If you're in an areas where evacuations are recommended, flee to higher ground as soon as possible. Heavy snow and damaging winds will reduce visibility, making travel difficult if not impossible as the storm hits.

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