SEPT. 21 King tides and strong swells from tropical weather started the king tide season off with higher-than- expected flooding.
OCT. 19 Offsh
Moon phases and weather patterns combined to create high tides and wild waves in November. ABOVE: A surfer catches a ride off the beach at the north end of Spanish River Park in Boca Raton on Nov. 18. A winter-like storm off the Carolinas brought rol
Patrick Wollmering walks his dog, Jack, through ankle-deep water in the typically dry parking lot of Sportsman’s Park on the west side of Lantana’s Ocean Avenue Bridge on Oct. 12. Seasonal high tides, also known as king tides, increasingly flood our
Marine Way resident Jerry Spivey tiptoes through rising water Oct. 9 to reach his vehicle during the annual king tides. Many residents along the coast were relieved that the effects of the seasonal high tides were not as bad as in some previous years
By Jane Smith
For decades, a few Delray Beach residents have lived on the first block of Marine Way where extreme high tides
By Jane Smith
Marine Way residents in Delray Beach are bracing for more seasonal flooding from the autumn king tides. Water can be knee-deep in some areas.
The Delray Beach streets prone to flooding sit next to the Intracoastal Waterway. The ki
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
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