A torrential downpour hit Woodbridge early this morning, but for a change, there seems to have been little flooding in all the usual spots.
NJ101.5 was broadcasting that Route 9 near was experiencing a huge water surge. Thankfully, less than an hour after the storm, there was little sign that the storm had caused any lasting flooding.
"It was bad there for awhile," said Hal Johnson, who said he drove on Route 9 during the worst of the rainstorm. He was surprised that the water went down so quickly.
The usual spots in prone to flooding - like the off Rahway Avenue - seemed to have emerged unscathed.
One woman near her trailer said she was 'relieved' that there wasn't the cresting water that had decimated a third of the trailer park last August during Hurricane Irene.
The National Weather Service still has the area under a thunderstorm watch for the rest of the afternoon.
This article will be updated as new weather info is received.
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