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The Florida Keys flooded for 10 weeks straight & rising oceans could make this the new normal
The Florida Keys are cleaning up after being flooded for over 10 weeks because of king tides, naturally occurring high tides whose effects typically subside after several days. Scientists say climate change is making king tides higher and longer lasting.
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