ATLANTIC CITY — Tuesday morning's high tide brought high water to South Jersey and the Jersey Shore.

Mayor Don Guardian said northeast winds in the morning and a heavy rain brought 8-10 inches of high water to New Hampshire Avenue, Melrose Avenue, West End Avenue and the Bungalow Park and Ducktown sections.

The Fire Department tweeted they were were performing some water rescues on Tuesday morning but did not specify their nature or how many. A phone call to the department was not returned Tuesday afternoon.

Guardian said a shift in the wind to the northwest around noon would push the high water back out to sea.

Guardian said DPW crews would also be clearing drains.

Police in neighboring Egg Harbor Township closed the Black Horse Pike.

There was also some flooding on the Garden State Parkway just outside Atlantic City.

Belmar Mayor Matt Doherty said he was less concerned with Tuesday morning’s high tide than Tuesday night’s.

“This evening’s tide is dicey depending on the wind,” Doherty told the Townsquare News Network on Tuesday morning. “You’ve got serious, serious wind so if it keeps the water in here we’re going to have a serious problem.”

In Ortley Beach, the storm washed away about 10 percent of the man-made dune that officials pushed up against the boardwalk.

In Point Pleasant Beach, a small memorial park dedicated to fishermen who lost their lives at sea was inundated by flooding from the Manasquan Inlet, with only a bronze statue of a fisherman peeking above the waves.

The Associated Press contributed to this report