Weather reporting station:
St Marys County Airport (K2W6)
Lat: 38.32°N Lon: 76.55°W Elev: 144 ft
Tides for Point Lookout starting with January 29, 2018.
Day High Tide Height Sunrise Moon Time % Moon /Low Time Feet Sunset Visible M 29 Low 4:31 AM -0.4 7:11 AM Set 5:16 AM 89 29 High 11:26 AM 1.4 5:24 PM Rise 3:32 PM 29 Low 6:29 PM -0.1 29 High 11:24 PM 0.7
Tides for Benedict starting with January 29, 2018.
Day High Tide Height Sunrise Moon Time % Moon /Low Time Feet Sunset Visible M 29 Low 6:14 AM -0.9 7:14 AM Set 5:20 AM 89 29 High 1:00 PM 2.1 5:25 PM Rise 3:33 PM 29 Low 8:12 PM -0.2
Tides for Solomons Island starting with January 29, 2018.
Day High Tide Height Sunrise Moon Time % Moon /Low Time Feet Sunset Visible M 29 Low 5:22 AM -0.4 7:13 AM Set 5:19 AM 89 29 High 12:16 PM 1.4 5:25 PM Rise 3:33 PM 29 Low 7:20 PM -0.1
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