A wobble in the moon will cause the lowest tide in years for Puget Sound this week, potentially exposing tidepools.
SEATTLE — The lowest tide in over a decade will be possible for Puget Sound this week thanks to a slight wobble in the orbit of the moon.
The lower-than-average tide will unveil areas and ecosystems that are normally submerged by the cold, salty Puget Sound waters, providing a unique opportunity for people to check out the tidepools and marine life.
Tides are the rising and falling of the ocean largely driven by the gravitational pull of the moon and sun and their relative
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