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.
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