The full moon approaches on Monday, Nov. 14 with high tides peaking at 6.9 feet on Tuesday, Nov. 15. At its closest approach to earth, this moon, known as a super moon, will appear larger than usual at moonrise. 

During very high tides in winter, sand is carried off the beach, exposing rock formations and . . .

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