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Meteotsunami types off New Jersey coast

PERTH AMBOY, N.J. — The Nationwide Climate Service says highly effective thunderstorms created a small tsunami off the New Jersey coast.

Generally known as a meteotsunami, it resulted in fluctuating water ranges for a number of hours, reaching as excessive as 10 inches above regular. However there have been no reviews of injury from the occasion.

The abnormally excessive tides have been reported in areas from Perth Amboy in New Jersey to Delaware’s Fenwick Island.

Officers say meteotsunamis are pushed by air-pressure disturbances usually related to fast-moving climate occasions, resembling extreme thunderstorms and squalls.

Most meteotsunamis are too small to note.

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