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  • Coastal Flood Watch for Southern Monterey Bay and Big Sur Coast County, California
  • Coastal Flood Watch issued December 31 at 4:31AM PST until January 02 at 1:00PM PST by NWS
  • Effective: Sunday, January 1, 2017 at 7 a.m.
  • Expires: Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 1 p.m.
  • ...LARGE TIDAL FLUCTUATIONS OFTEN REFERRED TO AS KING TIDES ARE
    EXPECTED TO RETURN ON NEW YEAR`S DAY...
    ...COASTAL FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM MONDAY MORNING THROUGH
    TUESDAY AFTERNOON...
    The National Weather Service in San Francisco has issued a
    Coastal Flood Watch, which is in effect from Monday morning
    through Tuesday afternoon.
    The sun, moon, and earth are approaching proper alignment to
    encourage large tidal fluctuations that are expected to occur
    Monday and Tuesday January 1st and 2nd. These extreme tides --
    often referred to as King Tides -- will result in coastal flooding
    of low-lying areas along the coastline and bay fronts during
    periods of high tide. Locations that are typically dry during high
    tide may consequently become submerged due to this extreme tidal
    cycle. During periods of extreme low tide, expect to see tide
    pools develop along the immediate coast.
    * TIMING...Extreme high tides are expected to occur during the
    early to middle morning hours of January 1st and 2nd. Extreme
    low tide will occur during the late afternoon and evening hours.
    The exact height and timing of the tides will vary from location
    to location; please visit http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/ports
    for location-specific tidal predictions.
    * LOCATION...Low-lying areas along the immediate coast, bay
    fronts, marshes, and sloughs. These locations may also include
    parking lots, coastal trails, sidewalks, underpasses, and even
    roadways that are not ordinarily affected by the tides.
    * IMPACTS...Sea water on roadways, parking lots, trails, and
    sidewalks. Beachgoers may lose entry and exit paths to coves
    and narrow beaches during high tides

  • Coastal Flood Watch for Southern Monterey Bay and Big Sur Coast County, California
  • Coastal Flood Watch issued December 31 at 4:31AM PST until January 02 at 1:00PM PST by NWS
  • Effective: Sunday, January 1, 2017 at 7 a.m.
  • Expires: Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 1 p.m.
  • ...LARGE TIDAL FLUCTUATIONS OFTEN REFERRED TO AS KING TIDES ARE
    EXPECTED TO RETURN ON NEW YEAR`S DAY...
    ...COASTAL FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM MONDAY MORNING THROUGH
    TUESDAY AFTERNOON...
    The National Weather Service in San Francisco has issued a
    Coastal Flood Watch, which is in effect from Monday morning
    through Tuesday afternoon.
    The sun, moon, and earth are approaching proper alignment to
    encourage large tidal fluctuations that are expected to occur
    Monday and Tuesday January 1st and 2nd. These extreme tides --
    often referred to as King Tides -- will result in coastal flooding
    of low-lying areas along the coastline and bay fronts during
    periods of high tide. Locations that are typically dry during high
    tide may consequently become submerged due to this extreme tidal
    cycle. During periods of extreme low tide, expect to see tide
    pools develop along the immediate coast.
    * TIMING...Extreme high tides are expected to occur during the
    early to middle morning hours of January 1st and 2nd. Extreme
    low tide will occur during the late afternoon and evening hours.
    The exact height and timing of the tides will vary from location
    to location; please visit http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/ports
    for location-specific tidal predictions.
    * LOCATION...Low-lying areas along the immediate coast, bay
    fronts, marshes, and sloughs. These locations may also include
    parking lots, coastal trails, sidewalks, underpasses, and even
    roadways that are not ordinarily affected by the tides.
    * IMPACTS...Sea water on roadways, parking lots, trails, and
    sidewalks. Beachgoers may lose entry and exit paths to coves
    and narrow beaches during high tides

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