The Coastal Star will be photographing the King Tides in October/November and sharing photographs from our coastal communities.
As you see flooding in your neighborhood, we hope you'll share your photos as well.
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We will update this gallery as photos are received.
King tides is the nonscientific term for the highest tides of the year, according to the NOAA website. The king tides will occur again at 8:41 a.m. Nov. 5 and 9:32 a.m. Nov. 6.
A jogger makes his way down the beach in Ocean Ridge as rough waves and wind kick up foaming conditions at high tide. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
Sweetwater Lane in coastal Boca Raton floods during the King Tide. Photo provided by Jessica Gray
A woman looks around a recently built duplex at the border of Ocean Ridge and Briny Breezes to see if it’s possible to continue her walk down the beach. She chose not to continue. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
King Tide conditions in the parking lot of the Boynton Beach Marina block access to the Banana Boat restaurant. Tim Stepien /The Coastal Star
Brooks Lane in southern Delray Beach is flooded by the rising King Tide. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
This home on Brooks Lane in Delray Beach is surrounded by water during the King Tide. Tim Stepien /The Coastal Star
The Lady K Drift boat appears to be sitting in the flooded parking lot of Sportsman Park in Lantana. Willie Howard/The Coastal Star
Boca Raton resident Ralph Marazzo uses a towel to dry out the rear foot-well of his rental car parked at the west end of Sweetwater Lane in Boca Raton. Not only did the high water created by the annual King Tides drench the inside of the car, it also shorted out the battery. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
The Intracoastal Waterway spills over the seawall at Veterans Park in Delray Beach. The city recently began replacing the seawall and docks at the park. Michelle Quigley/The Coastal Star
The Lady Atlantic cruises past Deck 84's flooded docks along the Intracoastal Waterway in Delray Beach. Michelle Quigley/The Coastal Star
Marine Way along the Intracoastal Waterway sees some of the worst flooding in Delray Beach. Looking north (above) and south (below.) Michelle Quigley/The Coastal Star
Water overflowing from a storm drain flows around piles of Hurricane Irma's debris on NE 1st Court in Delray Beach. Michelle Quigley/The Coastal Star
Lake Boca Raton crested over the sea wall and breached the Por La Mar neighborhood in Boca Raton (above) giving mullet and other marine life access to the streets and yards of homes (below). Photos by Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
The north end of Marine Way in Delray Beach during the October King Tide. Photo provided by Eugenia Deponte