The new moon of June 3 begins the cycle of extra-low summer tides, though it can feel difficult to figure out which season we are in as rainstorms wash across West Marin. The low tides will come just after sunrise each morning. Thursday, June 6 will see the lowest, at -1.3 at 8 a.m., and the . . .

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