NJ Spotlight News

More ‘sunny-day’ flooding in our future, NOAA predicts

Clip: 08/02/2022 | 1m 23s | Video has closed captioning.

"Sunny day," or so-called "nuisance flooding," is projected to become increasingly common, due to years of sea level rise. It happens when tides reach roughly 2 feet above the daily average and spill onto streets or bubble up from storm drains, flooding shorelines, basements and damaging infrastructure.

Aired: 08/02/22

Rating: NR

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