After storm, beaches are “not too bad”APP
There is less beach and steeper drops along Long Beach Island, but at least the nor’easter did not come a week earlier:

If the storm had struck during a new moon high tide on May 5, it could have been roughly a once-in-25-years storm instead of the approximately five-year storm it was, according to Miller, Stevens-New Jersey Sea Grant coastal processes specialist.

As usual, Harvey Cedars had a tougher time than the rest of the island.

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Author: WFY

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