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Alert, Nunavut Tide Chart
Local time: 2019-02-20 Wed 09:51 AM EST
Site updated late January. All location numbers have changed. Use the local search box at the top of the page to find your station name. Google and Bing have not caught up yet.
Alert, Nunavut 82.5000° N, 62.3333° W 2019-02-20 Wed 10:01 AM EST 2.7 feet High Tide 2019-02-20 Wed 04:09 PM EST 0.0 feet Low Tide 2019-02-20 Wed 10:24 PM EST 2.5 feet High Tide 2019-02-21 Thu 04:26 AM EST -0.0 feet Low Tide 2019-02-21 Thu 09:23 AM EST Moonset 2019-02-21 Thu 10:50 AM EST 2.6 feet High Tide 2019-02-21 Thu 04:56 PM EST 0.0 feet Low Tide 2019-02-21 Thu 06:29 PM EST Moonrise 2019-02-21 Thu 11:15 PM EST 2.5 feet High Tide 2019-02-22 Fri 05:19 AM EST 0.1 feet Low Tide 2019-02-22 Fri 07:31 AM EST Moonset 2019-02-22 Fri 11:39 AM EST 2.4 feet High Tide 2019-02-22 Fri 05:43 PM EST 0.1 feet Low Tide 2019-02-22 Fri 10:47 PM EST Moonrise 2019-02-23 Sat 12:06 AM EST 2.5 feet High Tide 2019-02-23 Sat 05:29 AM EST Moonset 2019-02-23 Sat 06:12 AM EST 0.2 feet Low Tide 2019-02-23 Sat 12:28 PM EST 2.2 feet High Tide 2019-02-23 Sat 06:31 PM EST 0.2 feet Low Tide 2019-02-24 Sun 12:58 AM EST 2.4 feet High Tide 2019-02-24 Sun 07:06 AM EST 0.4 feet Low Tide
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