The town of Pequannock in northern NJ has over 1300 homes flooded. That is the worst in the state. The water is going to be at a record level (I lived in Pequannock Township for 33 years).
I have another home in Long Valley, NJ. The flood waters are close. But it's only problem is it is cut off.
My home near NJMP (SAAC-33) is in great shope. I was the closest to the storm as it passed.
If you live inland near the path of a Hurricane it's all about rainfall.
Pequannock Rainfall Total - 12.36" / Average Monthly - 4.25" / Month to Date - 20.09"
Hackettstown Rainfall Total - 11.14" / Average Monthly - 4.78" / Month to Date - 19.48"
Millville (NJMP) Rainfall Total - 7.64" / Average Monthly - 4.35" / Month to Date - 14.29"
Use The Weather Channel website to get your totals. Go to Monthly to get rain totals. Just use you Zipcode to get location (that's the fastest way).http://www.weather.com/weather/monthly/USNJ0402