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Top 27 Rain Totals from Tropical Storm Ophelia in New Jersey

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Tropical Storm Ophelia has brought heavy rain to New Jersey, with some towns receiving more than a month’s worth of rain in just a few days. Here are the top 27 rainfall totals:

  • Beach Haven, Ocean County: 7.47 inches
  • Toms River, Ocean County: 6.67 inches
  • Stafford Twp., Ocean County: 6.38 inches
  • Brick Twp., Ocean County: 5.78 inches
  • Top 27 Rainfall Totals in N.J.

    After four days of rain from Tropical Storm Ophelia, New Jersey is finally seeing the end of the dreary weather. The sun may even make a rare appearance on Wednesday.

    Many towns across the state have reported rainfall totals that exceed the average amount for the entire month of September. Beach Haven in Ocean County received the highest amount with 7.47 inches of rain. Other heavily affected areas include Toms River, Stafford Twp., and Brick Twp.

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    It’s important to note that these rainfall totals were gathered from data provided by the National Weather Service, Rutgers NJ Weather Network, and CoCoRaHS.

    For a complete list of rainfall totals in each county, refer to the report linked in the article.

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