TRENTON, N.J. - An ice jam on the Delaware River has prompted forecasters to warn of flooding along the shores in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
The National Weather Service said the jam was causing a significant rise in the level of the Delaware River at Trenton.
Forecasters said Monday morning that the river was just under the flood stage of 20 feet, and minor flooding was forecast.
Multiple roads have been closed along Route 29 in Trenton. Flooding was also reported on the Pennsylvania side of the river between Morrisville and Yardley with portions of River Road closed.
Forecasters said some locations that could experience flooding include Trenton, Ewing, Yardley, Woodside, White Horse and Morrisville.
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