Continuing fallout from the storm:
SeaStreak has canceled some of its ferry runs between Highlands/Atlantic Highlands and Manhattan.
Meanwhile, the Asbury Park Press is reporting that Ocean Avenue in Sea Bright has been reopened to traffic. A 12:22p posting on the newspaper’s website says:
The road was closed around 8:25 a.m. when the tidal Shrewsbury River overflowed. High tide hit between 9:30 a.m. and 10 a.m., and the flooding has now subsided.
And Jersey Central Power & Light says about 4,000 of its customers are without electricity, according to the latest from the Star-Ledger, but no widespread outages in Monmouth County are mentioned. Statewide, about 12,000 customers of the state’s largest utilities, JCP&L and Public Service Electric & Gas, are without power, the newspaper says.
SeaStreak, in an email, says it has canceled the following late-evening and night runs:
New Jersey Departures
8:25pm Atlantic Highlands
10:30pm Atlantic Highlands
9:15pm E. 34th Street
9:30pm Pier 11
11:15pm E. 34th Street
11:30pm Pier 11
All other SeaStreak service will operate normally.
At 10:35a, the Star-Ledger reported that cars attempting to enter Sea Bright from Rumson were being turned back at the Route 520 bridge because of street flooding in parts of Sea Bright.