A flood of data on tide cycles in Hampton Roads worries meteorologists. (Virginian-Pilot, 12/3/2016)
Heck, even on a windless, sunny day, you can count on the Sewells Point gauge reaching roughly 3 feet above MLLW [mean lower low water] during one of those king tides you sometimes hear people talking about. That’s why folks in low-lying neighborhoods watch the astronomical charts. When a king tide’s approaching, they’re thinking about getting that car parked out front to higher ground, no matter how gentle the weather appears.
Add a little rain or wind to the forecast, and they know the tide probably will go even higher.
Nuisance flooding caused by climate change: The new normal of coastal living. (11/30/2016)
The video doesn't tell us about the incidents of sunny-day flooding. (10/24/2016)
Norfolk, Virginia: Call it nuisance flooding or high-tide flooding or sunny day flooding, but most of all call it more likely to happen. (2/23/2016)
Cherry Grove, South Carolina: Call it nuisance flooding or high-tide flooding or sunny day flooding, but most of all call it more likely to happen. (2/23/2016)
Sunny-day flooding in Miami Beach: The everyday reality and the political denial. (5/9/2014)