Yet even more examples of coastal water anomalies, these are from Connecticut and Massachusetts. A commenter reports the same phenomenon in West Port, CT on the same day too. Another comment states ‘That’s Provincetown the tip of cape spend half my life there and that water has never ever been that low and I’m in my fifty’s.‘
The low tide was most probably reinforced by the Blue full moon on March 31, 2018… In fact, it was the second and final Blue Moon of this year. January had two full moons. Now March did too. But the sky phenomenon cannot explain the ‘unprecedented’ and extreme water retreat in these coastal areas.
What do you think is behing this water anomaly? An offshore storm? Or something much, much bigger coming to us soon?