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Re: Ida remnants 9-1-2021
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Building next door just had a fire in the basement (probably electrical). Their basement filled up to the ceiling (it was pouring into mine). Tried to let the tenants know that the flood was taking out their boilers, hot water heaters.

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Just to add. I did shutoff power to the boilers and laundry when I saw the hell that was being unleashed.


Wow good luck.

Yeah I have never seen it like this. Always just the usual areas flooding like Sip and Westside and along Rt 440 but this is amazing. I was out trying to clear sewers never felt the heavy rain hitting me like that before. Almost knocking me down not the wind the rain itself.

This is from nj.com as of 10:30 pm. JC 5.51 inches

Here’s a look at some of the highest rainfall totals reported as of 10:30 p.m. Wednesday by the National Weather Service and the Rutgers NJ Weather Network. Some towns got almost two months of rain in several hours.

• 8.18 inches in Hillsborough, Somerset County
• 7.68 inches in Hopewell, Mercer County
• 7.26 inches in Basking Ridge, Somerset County
• 7.05 inches in Ringoes, Hunterdon County
• 6.96 inches in Lyndhurst, Bergen County
• 6.78 inches in Readington, Hunterdon County
• 6.60 inches in Pittstown, Hunderdon County
• 6.58 inches in Bridgewater, Somerset County (5.54 inches in 2.5 hours)
• 6.53 inches in New Brunswick, Middlesex County
• 6.37 inches in Kingwood, Hunterdon County
• 6.31 inches in East Brunswick, Middlesex County
• 6.08 inches in Stewartsville, Warren County
• 5.89 inches in Haworth, Bergen County
• 5.51 inches in Jersey City, Hudson County

Heavy rain is expected to continue overnight before winding down Thursday morning.

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Just to add. I did shutoff power to the boilers and laundry when I saw the hell that was being unleashed.

Posted on: 9/2 4:05
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I had a river going down the street. A literal river. Ground water rose and overwhelmed my sump. Had water pouring in right down the basement steps.

Coin op laundry got flooded. So did my boilers. Electric service still dry for now. 24 years in JC and I have never seen flooding like this. I am in the Heights, so not exactly a flood zone.

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Didn't see rain totals for Jersey City yet.

News 12 New Jersey just said Bloomfield NJ has 10 inches so far.

Posted on: 9/2 1:57
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