from Skip Stiles of Wetlands Watch
Sunday morning around 4:30 or 5 am, we’ll get a high tide around 2 feet above normal spring tide. This will be the highest this fall – no big worries, but the usual wet roads in the southern Hampton Roads region. The high tides are due to the N/NE winds we are getting – full moon is not until Thurs, when we’ll have high tides at least one foot above the spring tide line.
In other words get your knee high boots out, park away from the water Sat night if you’re in a low lying area neighborhood. Should just be an annoyance Sun that will be gone by daylight.
Presumably, the purview of Wetlands Watch extends to our neighborhood during these episodes. ;-)