A full moon rises Friday, June 5 with a series of minus tides in the early mornings, the lowest string of daytime low tides this summer. The lowest tide, at minus 1.5 feet, arrives on Sunday, June 7 around 7 a.m. The Farmers’ Almanac refers to this moon as the Rose Moon, since many roses are blooming . . .

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