Hoboken Prepares For Monday’s Anticipated Heavy Winds & Rain

A storm watch is in effect for Monday, November 30. Heavy rain, thunderstorms, and wind gusts of up to 55 MPH are expected, with rain totals of 1 to 2 inches.  Any intense rainfall of greater than 0.8 inch per hour may result in flash flooding in low-lying areas.

Damaging winds could blow down trees and power lines, resulting in power outages. Please report power outages and downed wires to PSEG at https://nj.myaccount.pseg.com/myservicepublic/outagepublic.  Residents and businesses should secure all loose objects including holiday decorations, especially on balconies. Outdoor tents and canopies should be taken down depending on wind load.

The City of Hoboken and North Hudson Sewerage Authority are working together to clear clogged catch basins throughout the City. Please report flooded intersections and clogged drain inlets by calling the NHSA Hotline at 866.689.3970.

Due to the likelihood of flooding in some areas, the Office of Emergency Management is taking precautions by putting no parking signs (“No Parking Signs” in these areas should be taken as advisories, cars will not be towed) and barricades near flood prone intersections. Please do not drive around barricades. These intersections include:

  • 1st and Marshall
  • 1st and Harrison
  • 2nd and Harrison
  • 3rd and Harrison
  • 4th and Harrison
  • 4th and Monroe
  • 3rd and Jackson
  • 4th and Jackson
  • 9th and Monroe
  • 9th and Madison
  • 10th and Madison
  • 1st and Clinton
  • 3rd and Clinton
  • Henderson and Newark
  • Grove and Newark

Please monitor local forecasts for additional advisories, watches, and warnings. The City of Hoboken will provide more information as the situation develops. Thank you for your cooperation.

Learn how Hoboken and NHSA prepare for, respond to, and recover from intense rainfall storms. Learn about Hoboken’s efforts to mitigate rainfall flooding.