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Tidal Flooding Predictions: July 2024

by US Harbors 3 Jul 09:41 PDT
Tidal Flooding Predictions: July 2024 © US Harbors

NOAA's predictions for "higher than normal" tides are limited to Hawaii and Galveston, TX, with most of the country not expecting higher than normal tides this July.

However, the Atlantic hurricane season has begun and coastal areas have experienced substantial precipitation, and no region is immune to coastal flooding. Knowing your local tide schedule is crucial.

See the full outlook here...

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