The Jersey Shore could see flooding from Hurricane Sally as it comes across the country.
Hurricane Sally is now a tropical depression and is expected to become a remnant low as it moves from Alabama into Georgia and the Carolinas.
As Sally remnants move east Thursday afternoon and evening, there is a threat for flooding rain from Atlanta to Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina. There is also a threat for tornadoes from central Georgia into Charleston, South Carolina, and into Wilmington and eastern North Carolina.
The National Weather Service says Sally will be passing by us this weekend when we willy see higher tides due to a new moon.
High tides will take place late Friday night and again at noon on Saturday that will possibly cause flooding on the island.