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Last Map Update: Thu, Dec. 2, 2021 at 4:27:12 am PST

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Some of the highest tides of the year are expected this weekend due to the perigean spring tide. Southerly winds will increase water levels above already high tides. This may cause some minor coastal flooding in low areas around Humboldt Bay and along the coast. If there are southerly winds these tides could be higher than expected. Flooding around Humboldt Bay typically starts around 8.8 feet at the North Spit Tide Gauge. Elevated surf may increase the impacts along the open coast. Coastal flood advisories will be issued if flooding is expected. For more information on the perigean spring tide visit:
Crab Season opens today! Here's the latest and greatest marine outlook for the next several days. Stay safe out there and remember to check buoy observations before venturing out. Visit for the latest marine forecast.


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