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Barbours Cut, Morgans Point, Galveston Bay, Texas (sub) Tide Chart
Local time: 2019-03-23 Sat 04:52 PM CDT
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Barbours Cut, Morgans Point, Galveston Bay, Texas (sub) 29.6817° N, 94.9850° W 2019-03-23 Sat 05:43 PM CDT 0.3 feet Low Tide 2019-03-23 Sat 07:32 PM CDT Sunset 2019-03-23 Sat 10:38 PM CDT Moonrise 2019-03-23 Sat 11:44 PM CDT 1.0 feet High Tide 2019-03-24 Sun 05:24 AM CDT 0.0 feet Low Tide 2019-03-24 Sun 07:19 AM CDT Sunrise 2019-03-24 Sun 10:00 AM CDT Moonset 2019-03-24 Sun 01:51 PM CDT 1.4 feet High Tide 2019-03-24 Sun 06:51 PM CDT 0.4 feet Low Tide 2019-03-24 Sun 07:33 PM CDT Sunset 2019-03-24 Sun 11:40 PM CDT Moonrise 2019-03-25 Mon 12:00 AM CDT 1.0 feet High Tide 2019-03-25 Mon 06:16 AM CDT -0.0 feet Low Tide 2019-03-25 Mon 07:18 AM CDT Sunrise 2019-03-25 Mon 10:43 AM CDT Moonset 2019-03-25 Mon 03:15 PM CDT 1.3 feet High Tide 2019-03-25 Mon 07:34 PM CDT Sunset 2019-03-25 Mon 08:51 PM CDT 0.4 feet Low Tide 2019-03-25 Mon 11:59 PM CDT 1.0 feet High Tide 2019-03-26 Tue 12:39 AM CDT Moonrise 2019-03-26 Tue 07:12 AM CDT -0.0 feet Low Tide 2019-03-26 Tue 07:16 AM CDT Sunrise 2019-03-26 Tue 11:27 AM CDT Moonset 2019-03-26 Tue 04:45 PM CDT 1.3 feet High Tide 2019-03-26 Tue 07:34 PM CDT Sunset 2019-03-27 Wed 01:36 AM CDT Moonrise 2019-03-27 Wed 07:15 AM CDT Sunrise 2019-03-27 Wed 08:15 AM CDT -0.0 feet Low Tide 2019-03-27 Wed 12:15 PM CDT Moonset
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