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2 thoughts on “King Tides don’t always follow the tide tables

  1. The red line is never lower than the blue line in the chart, indicating that actual tide levels were always higher than predicted tide levels.

    Atmospheric pressure is the primary cause of deviation, causing as much as 2+ feet higher or lower than the predicted levels, which are based on average conditions.

    This chart would therefore indicate that atmospheric pressure was lower than average throughout the period. Was that true?

  2. UPDATE: Dec. 19

    An app used for reporting King Tides can also be used to report marine debris along the shoreline. Check out the news release issued by the Washington Department of Natural Resources.

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