One of the Highest High Tides of the Year

For the next hour, we are watching the rising tide come to a high point this year, projected to be 12.5 feet.  It may, in fact, be a few feet higher than this when combined with storm surge.  On this final day of the year, the moon will be full, and since it is the second time this month (and a rare occurence), it will be a “blue moon.”  The bright light on the bay last night made it easy to see oyster harvesters moving about in the night.

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