VIDEO: Dangerous Winds Pushed High Water Mark, at Low Tide.
Videos here show the fast progression of wind, waves and tide as Sandy moved in
Only one hour after low tide on Monday evening, waters had risen on the Shrewsbury River to the previous high water mark set at the morning's high tide. Winds have reached a steady 60 knots with gusts up to 65.
Here, in Oceanport and Little Silver, and in nearby Long Branch and Eatontown, the high water appears to be racing to the record flooding of the infamous 1992 nor'easter.
To see how low tide compares with the morning's water, click here.