Oct 18, 2016 5:50 PM
While the king tides bring flooding to the Granite State, they also lead to some beautiful photos and videos.
That's why there's a contest for the best photos of the unusually high tides hosted by the NH Coastal Adaptation Workgroup.
The video above shows an enormous wave that breaks over the handrail of a walkway in Hampton, followed by parking lots submerged in water in Seabrook.
The tides were expected to reach 11 to 12 feet during lunch hours from Monday to Wednesday.
5 hours 59 minutes agoState Police responded to the scene of a accident, where a car was fully engulfed in flames, just south of exit 10 on Everett...
20 hours 29 minutes agoNH1 News catches up with the Dunbarton family that was in a horrific car crash in July and miraculously survived. (More)
21 hours 31 minutes agoKatlyn Marin, 27, will serve 45 years to life in prison after a judge found her guilty in the beating death of her toddler...
21 hours 48 minutes agoRoger Joseph Dana, 43, was arrested Friday afternoon and charged with second-degree murder for recklessly causing the death of 2-year-old Madison Dana. (More)
23 hours 14 minutes ago7 more people have been arrested as part of Nashua NH's investigation into drug use and sales in the Gate City. (More)
23 hours 29 minutes agoIt looks like come January, Jeanie Forrester will most likely be moving her office from the State House about one mile south on Main...