The nor’easter lingering south of New Jersey is expected to bring another 1 to 2 inches of rainfall – quite a bit less than forecast earlier Thursday, according to a late-day National Weather Service briefing. "I would say right now it’s performed basically as expected," with coastal flooding and winds on target, said David A. Robinson, the New Jersey state climatologist at Rutgers University. But the storm is "underperforming a little bit" when it comes to rainfall, although that could change, he stressed. "There is still the possibility that a good swath of rain could develop and just dump on us overnight," Robinson, a geography professor, said Thursday.
/ / / Nor’easter expected to bring rain, flooding to Jersey Shore today and Friday