Jersey shore expects huge wind gusts from tropical storm Isaias

ABC News' Stephanie Ramos reports from Cape May, New Jersey, where a state of emergency went into effect for the state.
0:56 | 08/04/20

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Transcript for Jersey shore expects huge wind gusts from tropical storm Isaias
Okay, George, and the Jersey shore is also expecting to get hit hard in just a few hours with possible wind gusts at over 70 miles per hour. A state of emergency has been declared as conditions rapidly decline there. Stephanie Ramos is in cape may, New Jersey, with the latest of the situation there. Good morning, Stephanie. Reporter: Robin, good morning. The wind is really starting to pick up here in cape may with wind gusts already over 20 miles per hour. Now, this part of the state is under a tornado watch. Now, the office of emergency management, they tell us they pulled the beach equipment off from the shoreline and secured it here and also asked business owners to bring in their outdoor tables, umbrellas, benches because they don't want that to become dangerous projectiles expected to top 75 miles an hour and starting to feel the rain, coastal flooding also a major concern.

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