Bath, Maine Tides

Tides for Bath, Maine

Upper Hells Gate, Sasanoa River/Kennebec River, Maine

Portland, Maine + Corrections: High(+1:11 *0.76) Low(+1:31 *0.76)

Units are feet, initial timezone is EDT

Thu 02 July
High Tide: 0033 8.0
Low Tide: 0718 -0.4
High Tide: 1312 7.1
Low Tide: 1925 0.2
Fri 03 July
High Tide: 0119 8.3
Low Tide: 0803 -0.7
High Tide: 1358 7.4
Low Tide: 2012 0.0
Sat 04 July
High Tide: 0205 8.4
Low Tide: 0848 -0.8
High Tide: 1445 7.6
Low Tide: 2102 -0.1
Sun 05 July
High Tide: 0255 8.4
Low Tide: 0936 -0.9
High Tide: 1534 7.7
Low Tide: 2154 -0.1
Mon 06 July
High Tide: 0347 8.3
Low Tide: 1026 -0.8
High Tide: 1626 7.8
Low Tide: 2249 -0.1
Tue 07 July
High Tide: 0442 8.0
Low Tide: 1120 -0.6
High Tide: 1720 7.9
Low Tide: 2349 -0.1
Wed 08 July Wednesday 07-08   Last Quarter Moon
High Tide: 0541 7.7
Low Tide: 1216 -0.4
High Tide: 1818 7.9
Thu 09 July
Low Tide: 0052 0.0
High Tide: 0644 7.4
Low Tide: 1315 -0.1
High Tide: 1918 7.9
Fri 10 July
Low Tide: 0158 0.0
High Tide: 0750 7.1
Low Tide: 1417 0.1
High Tide: 2021 7.9
Sat 11 July
Low Tide: 0305 -0.0
High Tide: 0858 7.0
Low Tide: 1520 0.3
High Tide: 2123 7.9
Sun 12 July
Low Tide: 0409 -0.1
High Tide: 1003 7.0
Low Tide: 1621 0.4
High Tide: 2222 8.0
Mon 13 July
Low Tide: 0508 -0.2
High Tide: 1103 7.0
Low Tide: 1718 0.4
High Tide: 2317 8.0
Tue 14 July
Low Tide: 0602 -0.4
High Tide: 1157 7.1
Low Tide: 1810 0.3
Wed 15 July Wednesday 07-15   New Moon
High Tide: 0007 8.1
Low Tide: 0652 -0.4
High Tide: 1246 7.1
Low Tide: 1858 0.3
Thu 16 July
High Tide: 0054 8.0
Low Tide: 0737 -0.4
High Tide: 1331 7.1
Low Tide: 1943 0.4
Fri 17 July
High Tide: 0136 7.9
Low Tide: 0819 -0.3
High Tide: 1412 7.1
Low Tide: 2026 0.4
Sat 18 July
High Tide: 0217 7.8
Low Tide: 0858 -0.2
High Tide: 1452 7.0
Low Tide: 2107 0.5
Sun 19 July
High Tide: 0257 7.6
Low Tide: 0936 0.0
High Tide: 1530 7.0
Low Tide: 2147 0.7
Mon 20 July
High Tide: 0337 7.3
Low Tide: 1014 0.2
High Tide: 1609 6.9
Low Tide: 2229 0.8
Tue 21 July
High Tide: 0418 7.1
Low Tide: 1052 0.4
High Tide: 1649 6.8
Low Tide: 2312 0.9


2 hours, 45 minutes to high tide at 01:19 AM EDT






Fast Weather Facts and Folklore

AMAZING WEATHER FACT - October 9, 1804 - The Storm of October 1804 crossed New England, cool air was entrained in the circulation, and it became extratropical. The storm brought heavy snow across the Northeast, in some areas up to 23 feet, and killed 9 people. This was the second observation of snow from a landfalling hurricane, but not the last. This Category three hurricane was a major one, especially for eastern Massachusetts.