Miami Beach Pumped Millions Into Beating King Tides & It’s WorkingMiami Beach was at the ready for the King Tides.
Flood Of Trouble: Supermoon Impacts Seasonal King TidesA special treat in the sky for the next couple of days as the Moon passes closer to Earth than it has in most of our lifetimes.
King Tides Causing Flood Of TroubleMiami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties are under a coastal flood advisory through Wednesday morning due to the astronomical high tides, or king tides.
Portions Of A1A Still Shut Down As Ocean Continues Lashing CoastSandy is gone, yet the ocean keeps pouring over State Road A1A in Fort Lauderdale and onto Alton Road in Miami Beach. The coastal communities' flooding problems have plagued drivers and coastal residents for weeks.
Another Section Of A1A Opens To TrafficCity workers are making progress in clearing a section of State Road A1A which was flooded by seawater and sand earlier this week.
Section Of A1A Along Lauderdale Beach Re-OpensAfter being closed for days due to coastal flooding, a section of State Road A1A along Ft. Lauderdale Beach has re-opened to traffic.
S. Florida Coastal Communities Still Feeling Sandy's EffectsResidents and businesses near Fort Lauderdale’s famed beach are beginning to dry out. On Sunday, they spent the day dealing with flooding on A1A, and in low-lying areas, due to storm surge from Hurricane Sandy, high winds and seasonal high tides.
Sandy Could Leave Path Of Historic DestructionSandy is a tropical system and its defying the odds in getting stronger as it moves north. So now, forecasters are even more concerned about the core of this system and the very strong winds associated with it at landfall along the New Jersey Shore.
Sandy Leaves Wet, Mess On Ft. Lauderdale Beach Fort Lauderdale Beach was dealing with flooding on A1A and in low-lying areas Sunday evening due to storm surge from Hurricane Sandy, high winds, and seasonal high tides.
Sandy Left Behind Wet Mess On Broward, Dade CoastWhile the worst of Hurricane Sandy rain and wind wise hit South Florida on Friday afternoon, it left behind a wet mess for some coastal cities.
With Sandy Expected To Expand, Beach Erosion A ConcernWhile the core of Tropical Storm Sandy will stay off our coast, we will definitely feel its presence.