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Colder temperatures and king tides in the Bay Area's five-day forecast

Original post made on Jan 19, 2023

Dry weather in the Bay Area's forecast is a welcome relief from recent storms, but it will bring chilly temperatures for the next five days and a freeze warning has already been issued for Friday morning.

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Posted by Water Wary
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on Jan 19, 2023 at 12:27 pm

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As streams continue to carry much higher volumes of water then before the nine atmospheric rivers, could be that we will see higher water where streams reach the Bay and meet the King Tides. for instance, San Francisquito Creek, Redwood Creek or even as the Bayfront Canal/Atherton Channel drain to Flood Slough. Might be worth getting outdoors to see. Check tide charts first. King Tides hit first in San Francisco and occur at gradually later times as the impact moves southward.

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