When you reach the confluence and you bob up and down continuously……time to row the Creek and stay off the River.
THURSDAY……..November 12th, 2020….. Time:….5:07 am EDT
Feels like 53°F (High 53)….CLOUDY…..Humidity 93% …..Wind 7 mph NNE (rising to 9 mph at 2 pm) ……Precipitation : ..50 % @ 6 am……Water temperature 51.4 degrees F (11.0 °C); Water plus air temperature = 104.4° F
06:42 AM Sunrise
10:36 AM 4.3 feet High Tide
03:27 PM Moonset, 11.% visible, Waig Crescent
04:37 PM Sunset
05:15 PM -0.2 feet Low Tide
10:50 PM 4.1 feet High Tide
05:54 AM slack –
08:54 AM flood 1.61
12:06 PM slack –
03:18 PM ebb -1.80
06:30 PM slack –
09:12 PM flood 1.53
[Ebb current is when the water flows towards the south (Poughkeepsie). Flood current is when the tide flows towards the north (Albany). Slack is the period in between when the water is still (not flowing north or south).]
Understanding USCG markers in our area: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oP8vNMQctjM&t=157s
NOTE: For updates throughout the day, use the links below. Also there are interesting links to videos about “our reach”..
Kingston Weather: https://www.wunderground.com/hourly/us/ny/kingston/12401?cm_ven=localwx_hour
Waterways, Rowing and Regattas: rowing through the ages https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYTnDzFFc5g
My Reach https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NyQrFYuYKY&t=193s
How to read a compass: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/how-to-read-a-compass#:~:text=The%20most%20important%20part%20on,in%20the%20direction%20of%20south.