Calling all citizen scientists! Are you interested in helping document tidal flooding in our community? Both groups and individuals can help. If you are interested in "adopting" a site to monitor and report, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a reference, the average high tide for this location in 2021 is 0.44 feet NAVD.
|3/30, 10:46 PM
|July||no king tide this month||-----|
|August 21-23||0.9||9:23 PM|
|September 6-13||1.11||9/10, 11:27 AM|
|September 17-23||1.03||9/19, 8:16 PM|
|October 4-13||1.48||10/8, 10:18 AM|
|October 16-23||1.09||10/20, 8:57 AM|
|November 2-10||1.55||11/6, 10 AM|
|November 18-19||0.9||11/18, 7:33 AM|
|December 2-7||1.33||12/4, 7:53 AM|
These predictions are based on the South Port Everglades Tidal Station operated by NOAA. This is the closest station that will be fully monitored in 2021. This operational station gives up to date tidal information, wind speed/direction and temperature data.
In addition, NOAA extrapolates predicted tides throughout various sites in Broward County. In the map below, please click on a station name to be redirected to that stations specific predictions that are offset for height and timing for that location. Note that these predictions are based on gravitational forces only and that offshore weather (winds, currents, and/or storms) often will magnify or diminish predicted tides.
Early 2021 outlook
2019 State of U.S. High Tide Flooding with a 2020 Outlook report (pdf 1.63MB)