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Coastal Flood Advisory Expires But High Tides Will Return Sunday



    Jeff’s Forecast: Coastal Flood Advisory & Rain Chances

    “King Tides” will bring back minor flooding issue to low lying areas near the coast. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri has more on this and when rain is back in your Microclimate Forecast.

    (Published Friday, Dec. 21, 2018)

    The National Weather Service issued a coastal flood advisory that was in effect between 8 a.m. and noon Saturday, and while the advisory had expire, officials say another round of high tide will come Sunday.

    "Another round of high tides on Sunday may lead to more coastal flooding in low lying areas along the coast and bays," Bat Area weather service officials said.

    Flooding forced the lower half of the Manzanita Park and Ride Lot at U.S. Route 101 in Marin County to close until Dec. 25, according to Caltrans.

    "King Tides and heavy rainfall may necessitate further closures. In addition, the adjacent sections of State Route 1 may be subject to periodic flooding during that time, Caltrans said.

    The coastal flooding advisory was in effect for the San Francisco Bay Shoreline, the San Francisco Peninsula Coast and the North Bay Interior Valleys, as well as for other areas further south.

    Areas near the coast will likely see minor flooding, especially in low-lying areas, according to the weather service.

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