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  • But if the track of the storm had been farther south, all of those impacts would’ve shifted south with it,” said Gary Szatkowski, the meteorologist-in-charge for the National Weather Service’s Mount Holly, N.J., office.

    Storm surge easily could have hit here →

  • So, Szatkowski explained, had the eye of the storm made landfall along the Delaware coast instead of South Jersey, the storm surge that struck New York Harbor instead would’ve traveled into the Delaware Bay and ultimately up the Delaware River, which is tidal as far as Trenton, N.J.

    Storm surge easily could have hit here →