LOW-LOW TIDES: What you’ll see this week

(WSB file photo from Duwamish Head during a minus-three-foot low-low tide)

The lowest low tides of summer are coming up this week. It’ll be out to -3.0 feet at 11:14 am Tuesday, -3.4 at 11:58 am Wednesday and at 12:43 pm Thursday, and -3.0 at 1:31 pm Friday. Expert advice will be available for your (careful!) exploration, with Seattle Aquarium volunteer beach naturalists at Constellation and Lincoln Parks each day – see those times here. (The only other chance this year that you’ll get to visit the shore during a minus-three-feet-or-more low tide is August 1st.)

4 Replies to "LOW-LOW TIDES: What you'll see this week"

  • Manuel Wanskasmith June 30, 2019 (10:45 pm)

    Look for us in our new blue hats! Same vests.

  • Yma July 1, 2019 (4:42 pm)

    Oh man – I WISH I could take time off of work. These extremely low tides are so very interesting & informative.

    • John July 3, 2019 (10:59 am)

      No kidding it’s really a great experience! When I was young it went out far enough that I could walk Under The Passenger Terminal at the Fauntleroy dock!

  • Dixon Hamby July 4, 2019 (2:55 pm)

    I posted photos of on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dixonrayhamby/?hl=en

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