The very best tides of the yr, identified generally as “king tides,” are returning to Marin this weekend, and with them flooding in low-lying areas at excessive tide and tough navigation in shallow waters at low tide, in keeping with the Nationwide Climate Service.
At China Camp State Park in San Rafael, flooding is anticipated on San Pedro Highway by means of Sunday, in keeping with Pals of China Camp, a nonprofit group that helps handle the park. Highway entry close to Again Ranch Meadows Campground and Miwok Meadows might be restricted throughout peak tides.
The decrease half of the Manzanita Park and Journey lot in Mill Valley, a hotspot for flooding, was closed for every week starting Tuesday, in keeping with Caltrans.
The very best tides are predicted for Saturday morning. They’re forecast to achieve 6.94 ft at 10:25 a.m. in Sausalito, 7.01 ft at 10:43 a.m. at Level Chauncey on the Tiburon Peninsula and seven.08 ft at 10:57 a.m. at Level San Quentin, in keeping with the Nationwide Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.