The storm system that went through NJ yesterday afternoon (Aug 15th) dumped a large amount of water in a half an hour period which resulted in a flash flood down Waterwitch Avenue and resembled a muddy raging river.
The rain water came off of Monmouth Hills and flooded parts of Rt 36 by the Linden jug handle as well as by Kavookjian Field. The rain water proceeded to run across the median and run down Waterwitch & Linden Avenues to Huddy Park on Bay Ave and Waterwitch. Two cars were stuck in the southbound lane of Rt 36 after a flash flood left the vehicles in more than a foot of water.
The water eventually dissipated however a lot of mud remains on Bay and Waterwitch Avenues as well as there are still rocks and mud covering the right lane and part of the left lane on Route 36 in front of Kavookjian field.