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coastal hazard message
national weather service san francisco ca
1243 pm pst wed nov 25 2015
...the largest tidal fluctuations of the season often referred to
as king tides will continue into thursday...
the sun... moon and the earth are in proper alignment to
encourage the largest tidal cycle of the season which will occur
wednesday and thursday. these extreme tides often referred to as
king tides will result in coastal flooding of low lying areas
along our coast line and bay fronts during periods of high tide.
locations that are typically dry during high tide may become
submerged due to this extreme tidal cycle. during periods of
extreme low tide expect to see tide pools develop along the
immediate coast.
san francisco-
coastal north bay...including point reyes national seashore-
san francisco bay shoreline-san francisco peninsula coast-
northern monterey bay-southern monterey bay and big sur coast-
1243 pm pst wed nov 25 2015
* timing...generally speaking extreme high tides are expected to
occur during the mid to late morning hours of november 26th.
extreme low tide will occur during the late afternoon to late
evening hours. the exact timing of tides is location dependent
so please visit http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/ports/ for more
specific tidal information.
* impacts...sea water on roadways...parking lots...trails and
sidewalks. people visiting beaches may lose entry and exit to
coves and narrow beaches.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
do not leave your vehicle in low lying parking lots near the
coast or bay front. do not travel through flooded roadways. if
visiting the coast avoid narrow beaches and coves.

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