Counties in Delaware and coastal NJ still under Tropical Storm Warnings

Tropical Storm Warnings continue in counties touching the Delaware Bay and all of the coastal New Jersey counties.

This means that tropical storm force winds of greater than 39 miles per hour could impact those areas.


As of an 11:00 a.m. advisory, Hermine is a 65 miles per hour storm.

The storm is currently tracking farther east, but the storm could slow and stall before regaining hurricane strength. The shore will still be the hardest hit area.

Now, the northern edge of rain is moving into Sussex and Cape May counties, but should have a slow time progressing much farther north today.

It should be mostly cloudy and dry, with showers down the shore.

The rain is still likely to hold off in Philadelphia and inland areas until Sunday.

On Sunday, the storm will crank up down the shore with heavy rain and wind. Bands of heavy rain will try to rotate farther inland to Philadelphia and the northwest suburbs.

Hermine is still forecast to be a strong tropical storm with 70 mph winds offshore late Sunday into Monday.

On Monday, expect the heaviest rain showers to be still down the shore. Clouds will linger area wide.

The worst high tide will be Monday morning:

Saturday Night - Minor

Sunday AM - Minor

Sunday Night - Moderate Flooding

Monday AM - Major Flooding


Atlantic City

Saturday Night- 9:40 PM

Sunday AM- 10:07 AM

Sunday Night- 10:17 PM

Monday AM- 10:45 AM

Cape May

Saturday Night- 10:14 PM

Sunday AM- 10:41 AM

Sunday Night- 10:51 PM

Monday AM- 11:19 AM

Rehoboth Beach, DE

Saturday Night- 9:40 PM

Sunday AM- 10:07 AM

Sunday Night- 10:17 PM

Monday AM- 10:45 AM

Winds Down the Shore (Power Outages Possible)

Saturday-Gusts 20-45 mph

Sunday-Gusts 30-55 mph+

Monday-Gusts 30-55 mph+

Winds Philly Area

Saturday-Gusts 15-25 mph

Sunday-Gusts 20-40 mph

Monday-Gusts 15-20 mph