King tides flood parts of Broward, Miami-Dade in wake of Cat 1 Nicole – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – South Florida residents woke as much as discover their neighborhoods flooded, sooner or later after Hurricane Nicole precipitated larger than common king tides because it blew via the area with excessive winds and heavy downpours.

A pump in Hollywood on Thursday moved water from a neighborhood into the Intracoastal Waterway, as residents handled seasonal king tides and storm surge from the uncommon November hurricane.

The king tides flooded boat ramps in the Haulover Inlet hours after Nicole made landfall as a Category 1 storm simply south of Vero Beach, early Thursday morning.

Down in Miami, drivers navigated throughout floodwaters alongside the all the time weak Northeast tenth Avenue.

The commute to work in Dania Beach was no higher. A dashcam captured a white pickup truck slowly making its means throughout flooding on A1A.

Residents in Broward neighborhoods prone to king tides struggled with extra in depth flooding than what they’re accustomed to this time of year.

However, a flooded avenue in Fort Lauderdale’s Rio Vista neighborhood didn’t stop a resident from strolling her canine.

Bicyclists made their means throughout heavy flooding in Fort Lauderdale Beach. Aerial cameras captured sand sprawled throughout a close-by intersection.

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In Pompano Beach, king tides have been blamed for flooding a parking storage on Riverside Drive. A foot of water had provides floating out of the storage space.

Low tide on Thursday afternoon precipitated some of the flooding to recede in parts of Broward County. However, excessive tide is anticipated once more at round 10 p.m.

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