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Melting glaciers are making ‘king tides’ creep higher in Florida, experts say
Even without clouds in the sky, parts of Florida’s coast are flooding. Experts say extra water in the ocean from melting ice caps are causing high tides to creep even higher on land. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports for Sunday TODAY on the stressful “sunny day flooding” that has some residents worried, and how cities are handling them.
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