Extreme sea levels in the sea areas of Split and Ploče

11/13/2019 1:36:00 PM
Extreme sea levels in the sea areas of Split and Ploče

On Wednesday 13 November 2019, extreme sea levels were recorded by tide gauge stations Split and Ploče. At 04 hours 02 minutes, tide gauge station Split measured a sea level of 1.515 m above tidal datum, or 91.1 cm above mean sea level. This is the highest sea level measured since 1955, when this tide gauge station started continuous measurements. At 03 hours 29 minutes tide gauge station Ploče measured a sea level of 2.128 m above tidal datum, or 88.7 cm above mean sea level. This is the highest sea level measured since 2002, when this tide gauge station started continuous measurements.

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