NEW JERSEY (WABC) -- For a second week in a row, severe weather sparked flash flood warnings and even a tornado warning as storms drenched parts of the Tri-State area on Monday night.
New Jersey got hit with the bulk of the severe weather as storms brought heavy winds, flooded streets and even hailstorms in some parts.
According to the National Weather Service, between two and four inches of rain had fallen in New Jersey as of late Monday.
In Western Passaic County, the tornado warnings expired, and the wind did not pick up enough to do any major damage.
The real issue was flooding. Just a few miles west, Highland Lakes got 1.84 inches of rain in 40 minutes.
Video captured massive flooding on Route 23 in West Milford, where cars were trapped in water.
Meanwhile in Washington Township this afternoon, storms brought a heavy hailstorm.
Areas just outside of the Tri-State area were also hit hard by storms.
Bucks County Pennsylvania saw some of the worst flooding tonight, with 6 to 10 inches of rain in three-to-four hours.
In Bensalem, Pa., marine units from across Bucks County jumped into action to rescue residents from the floodwaters.
The flooding crippled the evening commute flooding roadways like under the Route 13 bridge.
The National Weather Service says the rainfall in the Philadelphia suburbs tonight amounted to a 100-year flood event.
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