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NJ awaits another round of storms

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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey is bracing for another round of rain and wind after a line of thunderstorms caused some damage and street flooding.

Trees and power lines were knocked down outside Cape May County Park as were four utility poles in Deerfield. Observers reported pea- to penny-sized hail in Linwood.

The Six Flags Great Adventure Amusement Park in Jackson closed early because of the weather.

Utility crews are working to restore service to nearly 5,000 customers.

Workers fixed a sinkhole that forced officials to divert northbound traffic off the Garden State Parkway at Exit 58 in Little Egg Harbor Township.

A flood watch remains in effect for most of the state because rivers and streams are swollen from earlier storms.

United Water lowered its reservoirs.

NJ Transit is cross honoring tickets.

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