It is mid-September and over the next two full moons south Florida will have a visit from the King tides. These are the annual highest tides, caused by the proximity of the moon to earth. And they occur at the end of the rainy season (so the aquifer is full we home), so groundwater adds to the flooding potential. We see this every year. Lookign for photos.
King Tides expected to begin Friday; known to flood coastal neighborhoods