Heavy rain causes flooding in parts of New Jersey

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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey is facing flash flood threats from a line of severe storms.

Motorists on Monday will face delays as the storms, some packing heavy rain, cause floodings.

The state Transportation Department says there's flooding on Interstate 287 north of Exit 39 in Hanover. Two lanes are closed.

Flooding has blocked the left lane at Interchange 13A on the New Jersey Turnpike.

The right lane is blocked on the turnpike's eastern spur on the inner roadway near the mixing bowl in Newark.

NJ Transit's River Line service is suspended between the Walter Rand Transportation Center and the Entertainment Center due to flooding. Bus service is operating.