A strong storm with lightning strikes injured one man and also struck a building as it socked waterlogged New Jersey with high winds and flooding on Thursday. "The good fortune with (Thursday) morning’s storm was it was fast-moving, so there wasn’t the opportunity to have excessive rainfall," said David A. Robinson, the New Jersey state climatologist at Rutgers University. The Thursday storm system followed the remnants of Tropical Storm Andrea June 7 and heavy rains on Monday. Both storms dropped several inches of rain, making this month wetter than normal with plenty of time left to possibly break the statewide rainfall record for June.
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