New Jersey is drying out after a slow moving coastal storm delivered much-needed rain to the parched
state.

The National Weather Service has canceled flood watches. There are unofficial rain totals of little more than 2 and a half inches in Howell, 2 inches in Trenton and more than an inch and
three-quarters in Mount Holly.

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Utility crews are dealing with scattered power outages, with about 317 customers affected statewide.

Officials say the rain should go a long way toward alleviating the state’s drought conditions, which have helped spark several major brush fires in recent weeks.

The storm gave upstate New York a spring snowstorm and is expected to leave up to 9 inches of snow in the Buffalo area.