LAT. 58 17.9' LONG. 134 24.7'. Mean Range: 13.74', Diurnal Range: 16.31', Mean Tide Level: 12.09'. All predictions are in feet referenced to Mean Lower Low Water (MLLW). All times are listed in Alaska Standard Time (AST) or, Alaska Daylight Time (ADT) as applicable. Tide Data from NOAA Tides and Currents, generated on: Mon. Nov. 25 21:26:27 GMT 2013 and reformatted. Equinoxes, Solstices, Moon Phases and Times from the U.S. Naval Observatory.

2014 Tide Tables for Juneau, Alaska

January February March April May June July August September October November December


March 2014

March 1 - 2:00 AM March 9: Alaska Standard Time; after that: Alaska Daylight Time
Highest Tide: March 1
01:01PM AST 19.4
Lowest Tide: March 1
07:13PM AST -3.3
Range: 22.7 ft.

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
1
12:56 AM 18.5 H

06:53 AM -1.5 L

01:01 PM 19.4 H

07:13 PM -3.3 L


2
01:35 AM 19.2 H

07:37 AM -2.3 L

01:46 PM 19.2 H

07:54 PM -2.9 L

3
02:14 AM 19.3 H

08:20 AM -2.4 L

02:30 PM 18.4 H

08:34 PM -1.8 L

4
02:52 AM 18.9 H

09:03 AM -1.8 L

03:13 PM 17.2 H

09:14 PM -0.3 L

5
03:30 AM 18.1 H

09:46 AM -0.8 L

03:58 PM 15.6 H

09:55 PM 1.5 L

Ash Wednesday

6
04:09 AM 16.9 H

10:33 AM 0.5 L

04:46 PM 13.9 H

10:40 PM 3.3 L


7
04:53 AM 15.5 H

11:26 AM 2.0 L

05:44 PM 12.3 H

11:33 PM 5.0 L

8
05:47 AM 14.2 H

12:31 PM 3.2 L

07:05 PM 11.3 H


First Quarter Moon 4:27PM AST

9
12:47 AM 6.2 L

07:58 AM 13.2 H

02:51 PM 3.7 L

09:41 PM 11.2 H

Daylight Saving Time Begins

10
03:17 AM 6.5 L

09:21 AM 12.9 H

04:10 PM 3.4 L

10:56 PM 11.9 H

11
04:35 AM 5.9 L

10:32 AM 13.4 H

05:10 PM 2.7 L

11:46 PM 12.8 H

12
05:31 AM 4.8 L

11:28 AM 14.2 H

05:55 PM 1.7 L

13
12:23 AM 13.9 H

06:13 AM 3.5 L

12:12 PM 15.1 H

06:33 PM 0.9 L

14
12:55 AM 14.8 H

06:50 AM 2.3 L

12:52 PM 15.8 H

07:06 PM 0.2 L

15
01:24 AM 15.7 H

07:23 AM 1.2 L

01:28 PM 16.4 H

07:37 PM -0.2 L

16
01:52 AM 16.5 H

07:55 AM 0.3 L

02:02 PM 16.7 H

08:07 PM -0.4 L

Full Moon 9:08AM ADT

17
02:20 AM 17.1 H

08:26 AM -0.4 L

02:36 PM 16.7 H

08:38 PM -0.3 L

School Spring Vacation

18
02:49 AM 17.4 H

08:58 AM -0.8 L

03:10 PM 16.5 H

09:09 PM 0.2 L

School Spring Vacation

19
03:18 AM 17.6 H

09:32 AM -0.9 L

03:45 PM 15.9 H

09:43 PM 0.9 L

School Spring Vacation

20
03:50 AM 17.4 H

10:09 AM -0.7 L

04:22 PM 15.1 H

10:19 PM 1.9 L

Spring Begins - Vernal Equinox 8:57AM ADT

School Spring Vacation

21
04:26 AM 17.0 H

10:52 AM -0.1 L

05:06 PM 14.1 H

11:01 PM 3.1 L

School Spring Vacation

22
05:08 AM 16.3 H

11:42 AM 0.7 L

06:02 PM 13.0 H

11:55 PM 4.3 L

23
06:03 AM 15.4 H

12:45 PM 1.4 L

07:20 PM 12.2 H

Last Quarter Moon 5:46PM AST

24
01:07 AM 5.1 L

07:15 AM 14.6 H

02:03 PM 1.9 L

08:55 PM 12.3 H

Students Return to School.

25
02:37 AM 5.2 L

08:43 AM 14.4 H

03:25 PM 1.5 L

10:16 PM 13.3 H

26
04:02 AM 4.1 L

10:06 AM 15.0 H

04:37 PM 0.6 L

11:16 PM 14.8 H

27
05:09 AM 2.4 L

11:14 AM 16.1 H

05:35 PM -0.4 L

28
12:05 AM 16.3 H

06:03 AM 0.5 L

12:11 PM 17.1 H

06:24 PM -1.3 L

29
12:48 AM 17.6 H

06:51 AM -1.2 L

01:01 PM 17.9 H

07:09 PM -1.7 L

30
01:28 AM 18.6 H

07:36 AM -2.4 L

01:48 PM 18.2 H

07:51 PM -1.7 L

Alaska Purchase Treaty signed by William H. Seward in 1867.

New Moon 10:45AM ADT

31
02:06 AM 19.1 H

08:17 AM -3.1 L

02:32 PM 18.1 H

08:31 PM -1.2 L

Seward's Day Observed - State and Local Gov't. Holiday.


This page was last updated on 12/07/2013 9:45:45 AM

LAT. 58 17.9' LONG. 134 24.7'. All predictions are in feet referenced to Mean Lower Low Water (MLLW). All times are listed in Alaska Standard Time (AST) or, Alaska Daylight Time (ADT) as applicable. Tide Data from NOAA Tides and Currents, Equinoxes, Solstices, Moon Phases and Times from the U.S. Naval Observatory.