‘King Tide’ reaches Downtown Sarasota Bayfront


SARASOTA- Downtown Sarasota underwent flooding Tuesday afternoon.

King Tide, an exceptionally high tide, hit the Suncoast, possibly due to Hurricane Michael.

Sea levels at the Sarasota Bayfront flooded over docks and sidewalks at the park.

The city took precautions to block off foot traffic in flooded areas.


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