High Water Report: Port Monmouth, NJ - MyCoast High Water Report: Port Monmouth, NJ - MyCoast

High Water Report by

Port Monmouth, NJ

"High tide on Compton Creek in Port Monmouth. Tidal flooding from Sandy Hook Bay during a coastal winter storm caused the creek to flood the street."

Source of Flooding: Bay

Cause of Flooding: High Tide

02/01/2021 | 11:25 am

Tidal Overview

1 hours 23 minutes after high tide

Data from Waackaack Creek (3 miles away)
All heights shown relative to Mean Lower Low Water (MLLW): the daily low tide level averaged over a 19-year period.

High Tide (Predicted): 10:02 am, 5.1'

Observed Predicted water level Report time

The accuracy of the predicted tides at the photo location may vary depending on distance from the nearest tide station and due to wind, rain, and other short-term meteorological events.

Weather Overview

Wind Speed: 27.9 MPH

Wind Direction: NE (40°)

Temperature: 32℉

Rainfall (Calendar Day): 1.49"

Rainfall (Past 24 Hours): 0.88"

(Click here for full weather details from DarkSky)

Weather icons courtesy of Icons8.


You must be logged in to post a comment.