i think margie is right... a 35' HWM wouldn't be consistent with what the rest of the data says about surge heights in the area, or with what I generally saw. 25' looks/sounds about right, with wave action in areas. there was an interesting phenomenon that i was guessing had to do with wave action as well, as many of the pine trees i saw near waveland had their cones missing below a certain height... what i'd roughly guess was between 30-40'. as i don't suspect the mean surge height was quite that high, mentally chalked it up as a proxy for wave action. it was a very disturbing thing to see, regardless. might need a new thread soon. the dr. klotzbach (formerly dr. gray) forecast from csu will be out next week, i believe. yep, april 4. HF 1342z31march
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