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"CBS is Courtney. Zabuski storm surge the water coming up over the ocean. And then having nowhere to go and going into the rivers and flooding homes. That's the biggest concern and there's already been thirteen to fourteen inches in some areas and predictions of about thirty two. Forty inches total in the coming days. She Bs news special report, I'm Jim shanavie and given the rough weather from foreign to you might want to reconsider a trip down to the jersey shore KYW's David Madden continues our coverage with that part of the story. Nobody's saying not to make the trip. But common sense is the watchword on the beach and definitely in the water. Shannon Thais with the ocean city beach patrol noticed some serious beach erosion on the north end and rough rip currents in the water. And not just the ones that drag out got the northeast wind on top of everything that's also causing longshore that are running from north to south surfers. You're being worn to one veteran surfer had to be rescued this week bottom line. If you must go in the ocean. Make sure there is a lifeguard on duty a handful be spread out along ocean. City's beaches this weekend won't be allowed to go out very far. If there is not one where you are stay out of the water, David Manton, KYW, NewsRadio and stay with KYW NewsRadio for the latest on. Florence KYW news time six oh, six and other news thirty year old Norristown man has been getting victims of forging deeds and selling properties that he didn't own KYW suburban bureau chief Jim Melwert to explain the investigation into a real estate company owned by Troy, Pickens started with a nine one one call for burglary inside a property that was condemned. The owner of that property which was supposed to be vacant at the time road by saw someone in and called police. Prosecutor Chris Daniels says the tenant showed a least they'd signed with Pickens property management company when investigators looked into that company. They saw records of five properties bought and sold well below market value one property owner telling police they been in the country for nearly twenty years. So there's no way they could have signed the documents. Now, the challenge Daniel says it's getting the property is transferred back to the rightful owners those third parties who came in and bought the homes from Mr. Pickens are still the legal owner of those homes at the suburban bureau, Jim Melwert. KYW newsradio. Now,."