The National Weather Service has issued a Coastal Flood Advisory for the Borough of Avalon for Tuesday, January 30th, between the hours of 5:00am and 12 Noon.  The Advisory calls for the potential of minor coastal flooding.  In addition, the current forecast calls for the potential for light snow for our region on Tuesday, with an inch or less of snow expected to fall.

High tide will occur at the Townsend’s Inlet Bridge between Avalon and Sea Isle City Tuesday at 6:38am.  Please exercise caution while driving Tuesday morning and be alert of any water in the roadways.  Never attempt to drive on any street with any localized flooding.

Here is the text of the Coastal Flood Advisory courtesy of the National Weather Service:

Coastal Flood Advisory

Coastal Hazard Message
National Weather Service Mount Holly NJ
313 PM EST Mon Jan 29 2018

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313 PM EST Mon Jan 29 2018


The National Weather Service in Mount Holly has issued a Coastal
Flood Advisory, which is in effect from 5 AM to noon EST Tuesday.

* LOCATIONS...Coastal areas of southern New Jersey, including
  Delaware Bay.

* COASTAL FLOODING...Minor flooding is anticipated around the
  time of high tide Thursday morning.

* TIMING...High tide on the southern New Jersey ocean front and
  Delaware Bay is between 6 and 7 am. High tide on the back bays
  occurs later than the high tide on the ocean front.

* SURGE...Around a foot above the astronomical tide.

* WAVES...3 to 5 feet on the ocean front and 2 to 3 feet on the
  Delaware Bay.

* IMPACTS...Localized roadway flooding is expected. Some roads may
  be closed due to high water.


A Coastal Flood Advisory means that minor tidal flooding is
expected. Minor Tidal flooding often results in some road
closures. Usually...the most vulnerable roadways will flood.

Do not leave your vehicle at a location that is prone to tidal
flooding. Do not drive your vehicle through flood waters. The
water may be deeper than you think it is. You will be putting
yourself in danger and your vehicle may be damaged...leading to
costly repairs.

Visit the Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service at for additional water level and flood
impact information for your local tide gauge.