St. Simons Island Tide Chart

ST. SIMONS ISLAND – November 2013
Average Air Temperature – 69 degrees
Average Ocean Temperature – 63 degrees
Full Moon – Sunday, November 17th
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1

L 12:48am
H 6:57am
L 1:28pm
H 7:16pm

2

L 1:35am
H 7:42am
L 2:18pm
H 8:01pm

*3

L 1:23am
H 7:26am
L 2:07pm
H 7:47pm

4

L 2:10am
H 8:11am
L 2:55pm
H 8:34pm

5

L 2:57am
H 9:00am
L 3:44pm
H 9:25pm

6

L 3:46am
H 9:53am
L 4:35pm
H 10:20pm

7

L 4:38am
H 10:51am
L 5:30pm
H 11:19pm

8

L 5:36am
H 11:51am
L 6:30pm
H – – – – –

9

L 6:41am
H 12:21am
L 7:34pm
H 12:53pm

10

L 7:51am
H 1:24am
L 8:37pm
H 1:56pm

11

L 9:01am
H 2:28am
L 9:36pm
H 3:00pm

12

L 10:05am
H 3:31am
L 10:31pm
H 4:01pm

13

L 11:04am
H 4:31am
L 11:22pm
H 4:59pm

14

L 11:59am
H 5:25am
L – – – – –
H 5:51pm

15

L 12:11am
H 6:14am
L 12:50pm
H 6:38pm

16

L 12:57am
H 6:58am
L 1:37pm
H 7:22pm

17

L 1:40am
H 7:40am
L 2:19pm
H 8:04pm

18

L 2:20am
H 8:20am
L 2:58pm
H 8:45pm

19

L 2:57am
H 8:59am
L 3:34pm
H 9:25pm

20

L 3:33am
H 9:38am
L 4:08pm
H 10:05pm

21

L 4:08am
H 10:18am
L 4:42pm
H 10:46pm

22

L 4:45am
H 10:59am
L 5:17pm
H 11:28pm

23

L 5:25am
H 11:41am
L 5:57pm
H – – – – –

24

L 6:11am
H 12:12am
L 6:43pm
H 12:25pm

25

L 7:05am
H 12:57am
L 7:34pm
H 1:12pm

26

L 8:05am
H 1:46am
L 8:28pm
H 2:03pm

27

L 9:07am
H 2:39am
L 9:23pm
H 2:57pm

28

L 10:06am
H 3:34am
L 10:17pm
H 3:54pm

29

L 11:04am
H 4:30am
L 11:10pm
H 4:51pm

30

L 12:01am
H 5:24am
L – – – – –
H 5:45pm
*Daylight Savings Time Ends November 3rd at 2 a.m.
St. Simons Lighthouse, St. Simons Island, Georgia.
 

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