MONROE TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — Residents across the waterlogged Northeast are clearing mud and tearing out soggy carpets after deluges dropped by Tropical Storm Henri.
The smell of sewage filled the air in a New Jersey retirement community as people returned to their soaked homes and possessions Monday.
The storm's remnants still threaten further flooding in New England as they made a slow trek back to the sea.
Officials fret that just a few more inches would be a back-breaker following a wet summer.
Henri hit Rhode Island on Sunday as a tropical storm but spared coastal areas major damage.
The National Weather Service says no deaths have been attributed to Henri.