BERGEN COUNTY, NJ -- Saturday afternoon's storms brought over two inches of rainfall to Wood-Ridge and Teterboro, according to the National Weather Service.
In the county, the highest measurement came from Cresskill with over three inches. Measurements from the top Bergen County towns are below:
Town/Storm total inches/Time
Cresskill 3.32 750 PM
Midland Park 2.72 645 PM
1 SE Fair Lawn 2.70 800 PM
Wood-ridge 2.56 758 PM
Ridgewood 2.43 700 PM
Haworth 2.34 745 PM
Oakland 2.28 740 PM
Teterboro Airport 2.06 751 PM
Essex County received some of the highest rainfall totals in northern New Jersey, with four towns getting over four inches.
Caldwell 4.92 753 PM (Automated Surface Observing System)
North Caldwell 4.60 800 PM (Citizen Weather Observer Program)
Caldwell 4.60 600 PM (Trained spotters)
North Caldwell 4.23 620 PM (Trained spotters)
1 SE Cedar Grove 3.78 750 PM
1 NW Nutley 3.30 741 PM
A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect throughout Bergen County through Sunday morning. Showers and thunderstorms will move over the area. Rainfall rates of around 2 inches an hour are possible, with an average of 1 to 1 1/2 inches of rainfall likely, with locally 2 to 4 inches possible.
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