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Flood Threat For Several Locations Today

The active monsoon season will continue the rest of the week and the flood threat today stretches from the Arizona to portions of the Intermountain West. Meanwhile, a humid and moist air mass ahead of a cold front may result in heavy rain and flooding from the Mid-Atlantic to the eastern Ohio and Tennessee Valleys. Finally, slow moving storms may produce flooding for the central Gulf Coast states. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Aug. 10, 2022 at 12:48:39 pm PDT

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Higher than normal astronomical tides with a nearing full moon will combine with a tidal anomaly to cause minor coastal flooding in low lying areas around Humboldt Bay, as well as strong currents. The maximum high tides will occur during the night hours from 10PM through 1AM from August 9th to August 13th. High tides have been verifying over 0.7 feet higher than predicted. Areas typically impacted by coastal flooding include King Salmon, Jackson Ranch Road, and other low-lying areas around Humboldt Bay. Flooding may occur an hour or two before and after high tide is reached. Please stay tuned to the forecast for further information and prepare for potential coastal flooding. Remember, driving through saltwater can damage your vehicle. You can find tide information at:


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