Surge Report: Stanwood, WA - MyCoast Surge Report: Stanwood, WA - MyCoast

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Stanwood, WA

"This is a base line for a post surge event."

Report type: Pre-storm

Debris seen:
  • Fine gravel
  • Medium sand

Measurement represents:
  • Runup: highest elevation the water reaches

Wave height: 0ft

Stake number: 1

Stake Photo

Latitude: 48.1811977504

Longitude: -122.358014491

From Vantage Point

Latitude: 48.1812313619

Longitude: -122.357922373

Beach Profile #1

Latitude: 48.1812553341

Longitude: -122.358060004

Taken from: East

Beach Profile #2

Latitude: 48.1812417135

Longitude: -122.357921787

Taken from: West

Reference Feature

Latitude: 48.1812417135

Longitude: -122.357921787

Substrate

Latitude: 48.1812687451

Longitude: -122.357980795

10/23/2016 | 3:42 pm

Tidal Overview

3 hours 6 minutes after high tide

Data from Port Townsend (19.8 miles away)

Water Level (at time of report): 3:42 pm, 7.1'

High Tide (Predicted): 12:35 pm, 8.6'

High Tide (Observed): 12:36 pm, 9.2'

Observed Predicted water level Report time

Weather Overview

Wind Speed: 3.7 MPH

Wind Direction: NE (56°)

Temperature: 59℉

Rainfall (Calendar Day): 0.01"

Rainfall (Past 24 Hours): 0.01"

User-observed Weather:
  • Overcast
  • Rain

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  • Note from submitter:

    There is a semi-circular bulkhead that is sometimes buried in sand depending on beach conditions. I put the stake with the orange plastic in front of the center of the bulkhead. I forgot a ruler to measure cm of substrate so I used my foot, size 7 and 1/2. Sorry, next time I’ll be prepared. I considered this a higher medium tide which the data shows around 7 foot. It would not take a pano so I added a couple of pictures towards Port Susan Bay. We normally have much more driftwood on the beach but in the last storm of )ct. 13 it all floated away to Camano Isl.

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