Extreme Tides Causing Widespread Coastal Flooding

Part of the wall at Balintore harbour was destroyed after being battered by huge waves. Source

NEW ZetaTalk - Chat Q&A for December 22, 2012

"What is the common denominator in high tides in the UK and Europe, California and British Columbia, Australia and Indonesia – all virtually at the same time, on December 13-14, 2012.  This is clearly from a severe wobble of some sort. There were many reports during this same time period of the Sun being too far South, the sunrise being too early and the sunset lingering and being late. A tilt of the Earth into opposition was responsible, and when the Earth flings about trying to accommodate the magnetic hosing coming from the N Pole of Planet X, sloshing of the oceans occurs. Why else would coastlines along both the Atlantic and the Pacific be involved, simultaneously?"

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Further evidence of a worsening Earth wobble has presented itself as numerous reports and warnings of extremely high tides and coastal flooding were issued this week from across the U.K., northern France, eastern Ireland, eastern Australia, southern Vietnam, southern Indonesia and along the west coast of North America, all within the span of a few days.

The prevalent excuses being "high tides", "storm surge" and even "King Tide", the Zetas long ago predicted and have explained this phenomena in simple language, as well as the Establishment's excuses:

"The Earth wobble takes the form of a Figure 8, when seen from above the N Pole. For Europe, as we described in 2007, this forces Europe to tilt toward the northwest when the Sun is over Europe, to be followed by a swing of N America to the northeast as the Sun moves overhead there. This combined action acts like a pump, creating a void or vacuum of low air pressure in the N Atlantic. Warm humid air is pulled up into the N Atlantic. Cold air rushes down to fill the void, and swirling begins due to the Coriolis effect.

"Will this mean continuous hurricane activity along the European coast? This will be the minor effect, as with an increased wobble the storm surge will likewise increase, sending unprecedented high tides into the lowlands of Europe. Well before the 7 of 10 European tsunami Europe will be faced with having to evacuate vulnerable lowlands. The UK obviously takes the brunt of these storms, as has Norway, but it is where the elevation will drive the storm surge over the sea walls that evacuation will begin." 

ZetaTalk

"The base cause of these changes in ocean tides is the Earth wobble which developed as a result of the close proximity of Planet X to Earth. We warned that ocean tides would become erratic as this Earth wobble developed, pulling the waters along with the lurching Earth to disrupt the normal and anticipated tides."

ZetaTalk

"The establishment is now switching to high tides as an excuse, claiming that a storm surge is creating a high tide. Since the cause of a storm surge can be away from the shore, and not easily determined by the common man busy with his daily activities, this excuse is less easily challenged. The high tide or storm surge excuse will also move to tsunami, blaming a quake in some locale or another. But eventually, when the flood waters do not drain, the truth will out."

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Scotland

Gales and Unusually High Tides Cause Damage Across Eastern Scotland (Dec 14)

Scotland Reels as Heavy Rain and High Tides Wreak Havoc (Dec 16)

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Southern England

Water Everywhere as Floods Hit Weymouth and West Dorset (Dec 14)

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Wales

High Tide Warnings in Place for Coastal Wales This Weekend (Dec 14)

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Northern France

High Tides Cause Havoc on Guernsey Roads (Dec 14)

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Eastern Ireland

Water Breaches Clontarf Seawall as High Tide Approaches (Dec 14)

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California

'King Tide' Floods Orange County Communities (Dec 13)

High "King" Tides Flood San Francisco Coast (Dec 13)

California Sees Unusually High 'King' Tides (Dec 14)

More flooding on 2nd day of CA 'king tides' (Dec 14)

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British Columbia

Storm Surge Could Bring Flooding to Lower Mainland (Dec 15)

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Queensland Australia

Southern Queensland Warned of More High Tides (Dec 15)

Extremely High Tides to Hit Queensland Southeast (Dec 14)

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Vietnam

High Tide to Peak Today, Could Inundate HCMC (Dec 14)

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Indonesia

Tidal Flooding Came Suddenly in Subang, West Java (Dec 14)

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It should also be noted that the tidal differences produced by "King Tides" (aka Perigean Spring Tides) are usually only slightly different than normal tidal ranges and do not result in significant coastal flooding.

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Comment by Howard on June 11, 2016 at 10:23pm

Extreme Low Tide in Vancouver BC Halts Ferry Loading (Jun 5)

A truck that got stuck trying to load on to the first ferry of morning at the Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal Sunday resulted in six cancelled sailings and long lineups for travellers heading to both Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast from West Vancouver.

The truck pulling a large trailer of hay became wedged on the loading ramp while trying to drive on to the 6:20 Queen of Oak Bay ferry to Nanaimo, said Deborah Marshall, spokeswoman for B.C. Ferries.

Marshall said extreme tides on Sunday changed the angle of the loading ramp and made it more difficult to judge the clearance needed.

Crews believed the hay trailer would have enough room to clear, she said. Turns out they were wrong.

The only solution was to wait about 12 hours - until after 7 p.m. - when high tide changed the angle of the ramp sufficiently to have the truck towed back off the loading ramp.

The struck truck resulted in four sailings on the Nanaimo route and two sailings between West Vancouver and the Sunshine Coast being cancelled as B.C. Ferries had to bring in a substitute ferry to replace the Queen of Oak Bay.

Marshall said the incident is “extremely rare,” adding crews will be doing a full debriefing on how and why the truck got stuck to avoid similar situations in the future.

John McLachlan had planned to board the 6:20 a.m. ferry, before the hay truck got stuck.

“I’ve been travelling on these ferries since 1962 and I’ve never seen something like that.”

Sources

http://www.nsnews.com/news/truck-stuck-on-horseshoe-bay-loading-ram...

http://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/stuck-truck-ferry-sailings-...

Comment by Ovidiu Pricopi on March 6, 2016 at 6:14pm

Dangerous storm surges, which have struck to the beaches of Somo, Cantabria, Spain, on 03 march 2016. https://www.facebook.com/alertachilesismos/videos/1730255200524276/https://www.facebook.com/alertachilesismos/videos/1730255200524276/

Comment by Ovidiu Pricopi on February 10, 2016 at 2:31am
Comment by Ovidiu Pricopi on January 24, 2016 at 7:04pm

Big tides along Chile coast January 23-24, 2016 , tides above normal with 5 meters (16 ft) ,the picture is from Vina del Mar. Through social networking users have reported the impact of storm surges. This EVENT can be part of South America roll too! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8p2dJxorauM

Comment by Ovidiu Pricopi on January 21, 2016 at 2:21pm

Meteo-tsunami in Naples  , Florida, January 17, 2016 A quick acting coastal flooding event called a meteotsunami occurred in Naples, Florida Sunday morning according to reports in the local news. Link
Wikipedia has a decent review of the phenomena Link that I'll refer you to.

Note that they are quite well known in the Mediterranean.

Winds at a nearby offshore buoy peaked at 35 to 40 knots prior to the event.

Comment by jorge namour on October 30, 2015 at 11:27am

Florida: a city covered by sand

Thursday, October 29, 2015 at 11:18

Part of the city of Pensacola was covered by sand after high tides associated with a strong wind.

http://nautisme.meteoconsult.fr/actualites-nautisme/les-news-meteo-...[actus]

https://translate.google.com.ar/translate?sl=fr&tl=en&js=y&...[actus]&edit-text=

Facebook / Gulf Islands National Seashore

More sand 1.50m submerged roads and vehicles at the edge of the city of Pensacola, Florida, housed on "National coasts of Gulf Island". In phase "super moon" (the Moon is very close to the Earth), the high tides were particularly strong on US shores. The sea level rose and engulfed a highway in Georgia. These tides have increasingly produced in a storm with winds above 100 km / h from the remnants of Hurricane Patricia after its passage on Mexico.

A sandstorm?

This combination of high tides and stormy winds have created a new situation on the tourist beaches of white sand of Pensacola sand was transported to the gates of the city, engulfing many cars like a snowstorm. Highly exposed to winds, rich seaside city of Pensacola had been devastated by Hurricane Ivan in 2004.

After the quick passage of the remnants of Hurricane Patricia during the weekend, the coast of Pensacola regained calm conditions and little windy at the beginning of the week.

Comment by Ovidiu Pricopi on October 28, 2015 at 3:41am

There was no tropical storm, hurricane, or even bullish coastal low-pressure system associated with this event. At least 20 homes, including two businesses, were damaged by the high water at Edisto Beach, South Carolina, according to a local storm report from the National Weather Service. Coastal flooding closed several streets and intersections on the Charleston peninsula Tuesday morning, according to the police department. Tide levels at Charleston's harbor topped out at 8.686 feet above mean lower low water level, the location's fourth highest tide on record, dating to 1921. http://www.weather.com/storms/severe/news/charleston-south-carolina...

Comment by jorge namour on June 18, 2015 at 4:28pm

New Zealand: violent storm in Wellington [PHOTOS and VIDEO]

The waves reached a height of 4 meters yesterday, with a record of 8 meters recorded in the Cook Strait

June 15, 2015

http://www.meteoweb.eu/2015/06/nuova-zelanda-violenta-mareggiata-a-...

https://translate.google.com.ar/translate?sl=it&tl=en&js=y&...

CLICK HERE FOR THE VIDEO http://www.meteoweb.eu/video-gallery/nuova-zelanda-violenta-mareggi...

The waves that hit yesterday on the south coast of Wellington today are just a memory. Stones as big as basketballs (refers the Wellington City Council) have taken to the streets of Lyall Bay, Wellington Airport, carried by a strong storm, generated by the combination of high tide and wind.

The waves reached a height of 4 meters yesterday, with a record of 8 meters recorded in Cook Strait, says Nick Zachar, MetService meteorologist.

Comment by jorge namour on February 21, 2015 at 3:02pm

Record high tides are expected on the French coast on Friday, and for a month. The phenomenon is striking in the scenery of Mont-Saint-Michel

Friday, February 20, 2015,

http://www.meteoweb.eu/2015/02/eccezionale-alta-marea-stamane-mont-...

https://translate.google.com.co/translate?sl=it&tl=en&js=y&...

Sandbags, rocks, fences, dams: some coastal towns in the west of France, particularly in the Manche department, prepare to face the strong tides announced starting today.

"Of course I'm worried, even if the weather is reassuring and we have developed a unique system. But nature is strong, "said Alain Bachelier, mayor of Saint-Jean-le-Thomas, where about 140 homes were built below sea level

Mont-Saint-Michel is known for having faced major changes in water levels in France, among the most extreme in the world. Saturday the water level will rise again, up to nearly 15 meters against five meters for example in Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie (Vendée). The impact of this increase depends on the time, particularly the winds.

"tide of the century" oceanic navy announced the event on March 21, 2015

The wave will rise with impressive speed

The tide coefficient (height difference between high and low tide in the same place) is now at 118 (maximum value corresponds to the high or low tide that is presented excluding the effects of weather.

The tidal coefficient will settle on 119 March 21 for the famous "tide of the century": in total, the coefficient will be greater than 100 for forty days in 2015.

This morning, shortly after 8 am, the ratio was already 116, providing, as you can see from the gallery, stunning views of Mont-Saint-Michel, an island again. The last 300 meters leading to the islet are underwater.

MAP : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mont_Saint-Michel

Comment by Ovidiu Pricopi on February 7, 2015 at 8:40pm

Tidal-Coastal flooding in Chioggia (Venice province) NE Italy 7 feb 2015 strong winds because of the low pressure swirl passing over the Mediterranean.Wind gusts over 100Km/h (65 mile/h)  cyclone https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qcy6Zecg7CE

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