Don't expect to make any outdoor plans on Wednesday.
The remnants of Hurricane Isaac, which caused major flooding and many headaches in Louisiana, will get an opportunity to wreak some havoc in New Jersey throughout the day on Sept. 5.
The New Jersey State Police issued an alert Tuesday afternoon via the Nixle.com service, advising people of Isaac's pending presence. Flash flood advisories, watches and warnings are being issued all over the state, according to the alert.
In the Morristown area, showers and thunderstorms are expected mostly in the morning Wednesday, with humid temperatures in the low 80s.