King Tide is an unscientific term for a particularly strong high tide. For Miami Beach residents, that typically means flooding, and lots of it. The city’s main arteries typically shut down for days at a time as 88,000 residents wait for the water to drain.
But this time was different. It was the first King Tide event since the city launched an ambitious public-works project: a set of pumps designed to flush excess water into Biscayne Bay to the west, which separates Miami Beach from Miami.
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