Along the Coast: Wet November

9868305283?profile=RESIZE_710x9868311895?profile=RESIZE_584xMore than 5 inches of rain and annual king tides combined to make November a soggy month.

ABOVE: Workers from a condo construction site across the street from Briny Breezes remove sod from Briny Breezes Boulevard on Nov. 5. Earlier in the week workers put three pallets of sod on land that slopes down to the road, but heavy rains washed it onto the pavement, where it clogged drains. The road had to be closed. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star


RIGHT: King tide flooding made a mess of A1A near Eau Palm Beach in Manalapan on Nov. 8. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star

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