South Florida is seeing an increase of seawater flooding from king tides as sea levels rise.
Video shot by Mark K. Matthews. Editing and production by Chris Farmer.
Text slide: Water from a late-night king tide floods the Brickell neighborhood of Miami on Oct. 25.
Video clip: Cars in Miami drive through seawater from a king tide.
Text slide: South Florida is seeing more disruption from king tides as sea levels rise and more seawater flows into its cities.
Text slide: King tides essentially are the highest of high tides and occur when the sun, moon and Earth are in the right alignment — typically during a new or full moon.