By late morning in North Wildwood, drivers were met with road closures due to street flooding.
The surf was rough on the beach between 3rd and 4th avenues in North Wildwood.
"It's definitely not a beach day," Maureen from Bensalem, Pennsylvania said.
She said one of her nephews is a surfer, but would skip today to go out in the water.
In Wildwood, people helped move a car that got stuck in floodwaters.
The George Redding Bridge was closed for much of the morning. It could be closed again depending on the severity of flooding throughout the day.
Some streets in Sea Isle City became bodies of water.
Sea Isle City is dealing with flooding this morning. A Flash Flood Warning remains in effect for Atlantic and northern Cape May counties until 1pm. pic.twitter.com/3OjQnfoNYz— Chris Sowers (@chris_sowers) July 10, 2020
In Ocean City, Fay began bringing heavy rain early and it continued throughout the morning.
There was flooding at 10th Street and Haven Avenue where some cars tried their luck by driving through, while others turned around.
Many people on Ocean City’s boardwalk despite the heavy rain and strong winds. pic.twitter.com/DLU7VJzRx6— Katie Katro (@KatieKatro6abc) July 10, 2020
Tuckahoe resident Nikki Newtown said driving conditions were terrible all the way to Ocean City.
"The roads are really bad, took me about a half an hour to get here, usually 15 minutes," Newtown said.
In Atlantic City, whitecaps battered down on the beach.
The beaches were deserted there as the beach patrol gave the boot to onlookers on the sand.
However, by Friday evening, the rain had started to let up and some people could be seen trying to enjoy what was left of a soggy beach day.