By Kerri Corrado

BURLINGTON CITY, N.J. (CBS) — Rain, wind, and flooding. Our region is dealing with a triple weather threat.

High winds and dark clouds. Flooding is a concern at the Riverfront Promenade near Riverbank Street and Pearl Street in Burlington City.

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A lot of apartments and homes line the river here so the worry is residents could be affected by possible flooding.

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The water looks very rough and the current is moving fast, so it’s not a good combination as the rain rolls in and the winds pick up.

Right now, we still have a few hours to high tide so we are watching this very closely. Eyewitness News spoke with one man who was taking a walk along the river.

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“I am just taking a walk. It’s windy, chilly. It’s my favorite season. Where I live it’s never flooded but down here I am a little worried. Sometimes it floods out,” Justin White said.