A Tropical Depression I reported on days ago (Here) has become Tropical Storm "Chris" with sustained winds of 45 MPH off the coast of South Carolina.
Computer Models show the storm becoming a Hurricane and moving northward toward New Jersey and New York City early this coming week.
A tropical Depression has formed off the coast of South Carolina as of Friday, July 6, and computer models say it has a 70% chance of becoming a HURRICANE off the coast of New Jersey and New York City by July 11.
If that happens, NJ & NYC could find themselves facing a storm with 106 MPH winds NEXT WEEK!
...EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 PM EDT TUESDAY... * HEAT INDEX VALUES...UP TO 105. *
Ocean City, New Jersey has lost electrical power and that has stranded hundreds of people on various Boardwalk rides.
Video shows people being rescued from a Roller Coaster earlier on Monday evening:
Two people were killed and a third injured in a two-car collision in New Jersey early Monday afternoon.
The crash happened just after 12:30 p.m. in the westbound lanes of Route 37, at Hospital Drive, in Toms River.
The scorching heat wave that sent temperatures to dangerous levels over the weekend in New Jersey is expected to continue Monday with a heat index in some spots up to 105 degrees.