Hermine is coming to New Jersey, and it won't be a pleasant visit.

Forecasters expect tropical-storm winds, record-breaking surges and flooding along the coast, and potential power outages throughout the state. In a worst-case scenario, there could be evacuations, blocked roads and delayed emergency vehicles.

Preparing for the worst, Gov. Chris Christie on Saturday declared a state of emergency for Atlantic, Cape May and Ocean counties, which are expected to get the brunt of Hermine.

The good news: We're here to help you through it.

Here's what you'll need to know all weekend long:

ON THE RADIO: Listen to New Jersey 101.5 anytime on air, online or on your phone by downloading the New Jersey 101.5 app.

SOCIAL: Follow New Jersey 101.5 on TwitterFacebook and Instagram. Message us with questions and what you're experiencing where you are. Share your pictures and video with us.

WEATHER: Keep an eye on Dan Zarrow's blog for the next several days. Unlike some weather forecasters, Dan's now about to hype news he's not sure of. He'll tell you what he knows, what he does't, and why — there's no better way to keep on top of the storm as it develops.

TRAFFIC AND ROADS: Visit NJ1015.com/traffic for current alerts, and download the New Jersey 101.5 app to get notifications as traffic issues pop up. The New Jersey Department of Transportation issues alerts through 511nj.org.

MASS TRANSIT: NJ Transit issues advisories at NJTransit.com and on Twitter @NJTransit. (New Jersey 101.5 will also share news of alerts on TwitterFacebook and the New Jersey 101.5 app as well)

POWER: PSE&G customers: See PSE&G's power map for outages and report downed trees, gas leaks, other emergencies or outages to 800-436-PSEG. JCP&L customers: See JCP&L's map for outages. Call in issues to 888-LIGHTSS or report your outage online. Atlantic City Electric customers: See Atlantic City Electric's map or call 800-833-7476 for any issues.

SCHOOL CLOSINGS: Announcements are updated in real-time at NJ1015.com/closings. Are you a school official? You can register your district at the link as well.

STATE EMERGENCY ALERTS: The state Office of Emergency Management issues alerts on Facebook and Twitter.

COMMUNITY ALERTS: Many New Jersey towns use the Nixle system to send alerts. Many others use Everbridge. Check those services and your municipal website for more information.

USING A GENERATOR? Here's how to keep safe. Carbon monoxide poisoning caused five New Jersey deaths in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy.

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