It seems like a sick joke. Just over seven months after Hurricane Sandy and just a week into the 2013 hurricane season, New Jersey is in the sights of another tropical system. The remnants of Tropical Storm Andrea, which made landfall in Florida Thursday, are expected to roar up the East Coast today and skirt the New Jersey coastline as a post-tropical system, bringing with it potentially flooding rains and gusty winds…"After historically one of the later storms we’ve had in Sandy, here we have the threat of an early storm. So I understand why people are justifiably a little bit disconcerted," said David Robinson, the state climatologist at Rutgers University. "It’s kind of the classic setup for what would be some pretty miserable hours of a nor’easter type storm."
/ / / Tropical Storm Andrea will soak, potentially flood N.J., but likely do little else