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As the moon was at its closest point to the Earth in late September, its strong gravitational pull
drew higher than normal tidal waters over seawalls and bulkheads along the coast. The annual
autumn event, called a ‘king tide,’ followed a rare total lunar eclipse on Sept. 27. Higher tides (and flooding)
are expected again in late October. ABOVE: A television journalist wades through flood water…
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