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Remember last month’s “King Tides”? They’ve been occurring again these last days, and there’s one tomorrow, January 31 (6.37 ft, 10:06 am).
Hey, what’s going on here? Our clever photographer, Tyson Rininger, created this image that overlays high and low King Tides to give you an idea of just how much the depth has changed these past days. See the rocks of low tide under the water?
Yesterday we showed you some amazingly high King Tides at the Aquarium—but the last few days have also produced some extremely low tides, as you can see here. If you missed them, the King Tides will return at the end of this month!
Don’t worry, we haven’t washed away! King Tides are the highest and lowest tides of the year, and they’re occurring right now, and again at the end of the month. Here’s a shot of the high tides off our ocean-view decks! Beautiful to watch, but we wonder: Will rising sea levels make today’s King Tides tomorrow’s everyday tides?