In Charleston, the tidal gauge measured 8.26 feet at their highest tide Monday morning, the 15th-highest measurement since records were kept in 1922. But it's the fourth morning in a row the tide reached over 8 feet.
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The National Weather Service reaching that level four times in a month is tied for the most on record, and 2021 now has the third-most instances of reaching 8 feet in a year.
Tuesday's high tide marks the 40th time it's reached 8 feet, but 26 of those occurrences have happened since 2015.
A similar story was told in Ft. Pulaski, Georgia. High tide hit 10.11 feet on Monday morning, its 11th-highest tide on record since 1935 and the third time the city has reached 10 feet for a high tide in November.
The three in a month ties their all-time monthly record, and it marks the 21st time the gauge has reached 10 feet since 1935. But 14 of those events have come since 2015, the NWS said.
Tidal flooding is fading from southern South Carolina and Georgia as the storm moved north, but was a lingering concern for minor coastal flooding along the northern South Carolina coast, North Carolina coast and into southern Virginia on Monday.