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Tide Graphs

Troy Albany Castelton-on-Hudson New Baltimore
Coxsackie Hudson Catskill Tivoli
Kingston Point Hyde Park Poughkeepsie New Hamburg
Newburgh West Point Peekskill Haverstraw
Ossining Tarrytown Piermont Pier Dobbs Ferry
Alpine, NJ Riverdale Spuyten Duyvil Creek Entrance George Washington Bridge
Little Ferry NJ New York, 130th Street Secaucus, NJ Weehawken, Days Point, NJ
Jersey City NJ New York, Union Stock Yards New York, Chelsea Docks New York, New York
Brooklyn Sandy Hook, New Jersey Red Bank, Navesink River Sea Girt, NJ

Currents

Haverstraw, NY George Washington Br. Hell Gate (East River) The Narrows, Midchannel
Current River temperature at 6 locations
Current(Real Time)
  NOAA data on the river - Battery Sandy Hook Bergen Pt Kings Pt Willets Pt Montauk
USGS data on the river - Albany Poughkeepsie West Point  Hastings-On-Hudson, NY  Hudson River Salt Front  UpRiver temps 
Area tide graphs     Current NY Harbor Weather Conditions  Solar/Space weather***
Solunar Tables
10 day forcast

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WindCast

 Marine Forcast

Precipitation Radar

Lightning!  

NOAA temps are in Celsius.  Need to convert to Farenheit?
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Number of fish species identifed in the Hudson River:  208


*** Solar activity has a profound effect on the earth's climate.  Dr. Piers Corbyn used solar activity to forecast the weather trends in England and bet the meterological service that he could be more accurate.  They compared predictions monthly and he made a lot of money every month...
Higher solar activity means warmer, dryer weather and lower activity means cooler wetter weather. 
Some people have even related the spawning success of striped bass to the 11 year solar sunspot activity cycle.



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