Yet another round of strong thunderstorms rumbled through the region late Tuesday, just in time for the peak commuting period, and once again they had a particular ferocity in South Jersey.
Flash-flood warnings were in effect for parts of Camden and Gloucester Counties, and flood advisories were posted for just about the entire southern half of the state.
Hailstones an inch in diameter - about the size of a quarter - were reported in Tabernacle, Burlington County.
With rains forecast to continue well into the night, the National Weather Service extended its flash-flood watch for the entire region through 6 a.m. Wednesday. Scattered power outages were reported Tuesday night, the bulk of them near the Jersey Shore.