Halfmoon Island, highway bridge, Florida Tide Chart

Halfmoon Island, highway bridge, Florida Tide Chart

Local time: 2020-09-22 Tue 7:15 PM EDT

Halfmoon Island, highway bridge, Florida
30.5767 N, 81.6083 W

2020-09-22 Tue  7:22 PM EDT   Sunset
2020-09-22 Tue 10:27 PM EDT   -0.3 feet  Low Tide
2020-09-22 Tue 11:30 PM EDT   Moonset
2020-09-23 Wed  4:05 AM EDT    3.9 feet  High Tide
2020-09-23 Wed  7:15 AM EDT   Sunrise
2020-09-23 Wed 10:32 AM EDT   -0.4 feet  Low Tide
2020-09-23 Wed  2:02 PM EDT   Moonrise
2020-09-23 Wed  4:50 PM EDT    4.4 feet  High Tide
2020-09-23 Wed  7:21 PM EDT   Sunset
2020-09-23 Wed  9:56 PM EDT   First Quarter
2020-09-23 Wed 11:31 PM EDT    0.0 feet  Low Tide
2020-09-24 Thu 12:22 AM EDT   Moonset
2020-09-24 Thu  5:03 AM EDT    3.6 feet  High Tide
2020-09-24 Thu  7:16 AM EDT   Sunrise
2020-09-24 Thu 11:35 AM EDT   -0.1 feet  Low Tide
2020-09-24 Thu  3:01 PM EDT   Moonrise
2020-09-24 Thu  5:53 PM EDT    4.2 feet  High Tide
2020-09-24 Thu  7:19 PM EDT   Sunset
2020-09-25 Fri 12:36 AM EDT    0.2 feet  Low Tide
2020-09-25 Fri  1:18 AM EDT   Moonset
2020-09-25 Fri  6:06 AM EDT    3.5 feet  High Tide
2020-09-25 Fri  7:16 AM EDT   Sunrise
2020-09-25 Fri 12:40 PM EDT    0.0 feet  Low Tide
2020-09-25 Fri  3:54 PM EDT   Moonrise
2020-09-25 Fri  6:58 PM EDT    4.1 feet  High Tide
2020-09-25 Fri  7:18 PM EDT   Sunset
2020-09-26 Sat  1:37 AM EDT    0.2 feet  Low Tide
2020-09-26 Sat  2:17 AM EDT   Moonset
2020-09-26 Sat  7:11 AM EDT    3.5 feet  High Tide
2020-09-26 Sat  7:17 AM EDT   Sunrise
2020-09-26 Sat  1:42 PM EDT    0.1 feet  Low Tide
2020-09-26 Sat  4:41 PM EDT   Moonrise

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