Nor’easter Snow Storm

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Published: January 23, 2017

The United States Postal Service reports that the Nor’easter snow storm making its way across the upper East Coast is impacting delivery in several states.

The U.S. Postal Service is currently experiencing impacts to delivery and retail service in the states of GA, SC, NC, VA, and the Washington DC region.

Coastal floods, damaging winds, snow and ice are expected to continue into Tuesday and further delays are anticipated in the states of PA and NY.

Storm Reports

Courtesy of weather.com

Winds gusted to 63 mph Monday afternoon in Cape May, New Jersey, and Slaughter Beach, Delaware.

In north Philadelphia, high winds knocked a sign off a wall Monday afternoon, which ended up killing a man in the Hunting Park neighborhood.

Coastal flooding was observed along the Delaware Beaches, Jersey Shore and parts of Long Island, including Atlantic City, Ocean City and North Wildwood in New Jersey and Dewey Beach in Delaware.

This prompted closures of some roadways in these areas, including Delaware Route 1 south of Dewey Beach, New Jersey Route 35 in Belmar and the southbound lanes of the Wantagh State Parkway at the Bay Parkway Bridge east of Point Lookout, New York.

Strong onshore winds pushed waves over the seawall in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and widespread dune erosion occurred in parts of the Jersey Shore Monday.