King Tide Hits New England!

King Tide hit New England around 1 p.m. on Tuesday bringing tides of over two feet than the average high tide in the area. King Tide occurs when the Sun, Moon, and Earth are aligned.

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Rebecca Peterson
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Susan Thompson
King Tide on the Sandwich Boardwalk in Sandwich, Mass.
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Abbey Niezgoda
King Tide coming into Long Wharf in Boston.
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Miles Grant
King Tide from Angelica Point in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts.
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Barry Fradkin
King Tide from Fort Point Channel in Boston.
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Lisa Jacobson
King Tide from Harborwalk in Boston.
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Lisa Jacobson
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Jimmy Swan
King Tide from Boston's Seaport District.
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Joel Albair
King Tide from Riverview Terrace in Hampton, New Hampshire.
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Jonathan Berk
King Tide from Long Wharf in Boston.
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Jonathan Berk
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Jonathan Berk
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Jonathan Berk
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Cary J Casse
High tides coming into Plum Island in Massachusetts.
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Rebecca Peterson
More shots of King Tide from Long Wharf in Boston.
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Rebecca Peterson
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Rebecca Peterson
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Rene Fielding
King Tide from Long Wharf in Boston.
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Rene Fielding
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Rene Fielding
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Rich Beauchesne
King Tide from Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
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Seth Kaplan
King Tide from the Moakley Bridge in Boston.
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Meredith Hatfield
King Tide at Long Wharf.
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King Tide from Rye, New Hampshire.
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High tide on the Porter River in Danvers, Mass.
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Mick Dunning
King Tide hits parts of Sandwich, Mass.
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Mick Dunning
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Mick Dunning
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