Stanislav Belash, left, of Berlin, and Max Oganyan, of Whaleyville, fish along the Ocean City, Maryland Inlet jetty during the King Tide on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017. The King Tide has been described by some scientists as a dress rehearsal for the early stages of sea level rise.
A view of a high water warning sign on Saint Louis Avenue in Ocean City, Maryland. Because of frequent flooding the city has made an effort to warn pedestrians and motorists during hurricane season as well as high tides.
A women walks along a narrow curb in an attempt to avoid walking through a flooded section of North Division Street and Saint Louis Avenue in Ocean City, Maryland.
Two cyclists circumnavigate a flooded section of North Division Street and Saint Louis Avenue in Ocean City, Maryland. Many roads in Ocean City were partially flooded during the King Tide.
Bo Godwin, of Solomons, Maryland plays fetch with Gus in ankle high floodwater at a fishing cabin on Ape Hole Road in Crisfield, Maryland on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017.
Craig Stevens stands inside of his Calvary Road fishing shanty in Crisfield, Maryland. Because of the King Tide the back half of the room is partially flooded.