Surge Report: Camano, WA - MyCoast Surge Report: Camano, WA - MyCoast

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Camano, WA

"Sea Water is not rolling over bulkheads to fill street behind"

Report type: During storm

Observed weather: Moderately cloudy

Flood extent or water line photo

Estimated Flood Height: 1 ft

Estimated Inundation Distance: 10-20'

Estimated Flood Timing: 2021-11-04

Wave Height Photo

Storm or Flood Impact Photo

Impact Type: Flooding

Impact Extent: Isolated (single beach or site, 10s of feet)

Signs of a recent slide?: No

11/04/2021 | 4:51 pm

Tidal Overview

0 hours 8 minutes after high tide

Data from Crescent Harbor, N. Whidbey Island (5.1 miles away)

High Tide (Predicted): 4:43 pm, 12.4'

Observed Predicted water level Report time

Weather Overview

Wind Speed: 11.5 MPH

Wind Direction: W (271°)

Temperature: 52℉

Rainfall (Calendar Day): 0.49"

Rainfall (Past 24 Hours): 0.48"

User-observed Weather:

  • Moderately cloudy

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2 Comments. Leave new

  • Joan Schrammeck
    November 4, 2021 8:31 pm

    The storm drains in picture #1 are where the water came from. It is salt water rising up from the pressure of the high tide. It will drain out slowly as the tide recedes.

  • Joan Schrammeck
    November 6, 2021 11:47 pm

    sorry, the 3 boxes in photo one are not storm drains but rather lids over drinking water system equipment, which is in bare ground and around which salt water rises. The salt water does come up through a storm drain very near the 3 box lids, but not actually in the picture.

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