Purple-Tier COVID restrictions restricted inside exercise Sunday. However San Diegans discovered outside leisure as they made early morning sprints to the coast to look at the 7.5-foot king tides slam into rocks, bringing cheers from spectators.
The king tide will deliver again 7.4-foot tides at their highest degree at 10:34 a.m. Monday. The tides will keep excessive on Tuesday, with a 7.1-foot-high peak at 11:37 a.m.
The astronomical king tides happen when the solar, moon and Earth are aligned and the moon is closest to Earth.
With the excessive tides deliver unusually low tides at -1.4 ft at 4:09 p.m. Monday and -1.1 ft at 5:02 p.m. Tuesday, making good tide pool sleuthing.
King tides will return Dec. 13-15. within the 7.4-7.5-foot vary, in line with usharbors.com month-to-month tide charts.
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