Coastal Flood Advisory Today
The National Weather Service out of Eureka is advising residents to be aware that there may be coastal flooding today around Humboldt Bay from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. They tweeted this morning, “Minor flooding possible in King Salmon & the Arcata Bottoms.”
Here’s more details:
..COASTAL Flood advisory in effect from 10 am this morning to 2 pm this afternoon... * coastal flooding...HIGH Astronomical tides will cause minor Flooding in low lying areas along the redwood coast. The water Level is expected to peak around 8.8 feet mllw at the north Spit tide gauge. * timing...HIGH Tide is at 1156 am at the humboldt bay north spit Tide gauge. Flooding may begin an hour before or continue for an Hour or two after high tide. * impacts...LOW Lying areas will experience minor flooding Including...BUT Not limited to...ROADWAYS In king salmon and The arcata bottoms. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A coastal flood advisory indicates that high tides and tidal Anomalies will combine to generate flooding of low areas along The shore.