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Hurricane Jose Could Bring Coastal Flooding, High Surf, Windy Conditions To Monmouth County

Hurricane Jose appears to be heading in northeast direction and could brush alongside the coast of New Jersey and Monmouth County.

If Jose stays on its current track, its center will be about 200 miles east of the Outer Banks of North Carolina by Monday night, Sept. 18 and about 200 miles east of the Jersey Shore by Tuesday night, Sept. 19.

This track could bring rain, high surf, coastal flooding and wind along the coast beginning Monday through Wednesday, Sept. 20.

If the storm tracks closer to the coast it could exacerbate these conditions, but right now there is only a 20-30 percent chance of tropical storm force winds.

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