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Tomorrow, Monday, 30th April, the full moon Spring Tide peaks.NSRI urge bathers, anglers and people walking along the shoreline to be aware of Spring Tide and to exercise caution.Spring Tide causes a coastal higher than normal high tide, a lower than normal low tide and stronger than normal rip currents.Spring Tide happens during the full moon and during the new moon and lasts for a few days leading up to the full (or new) moon, peaks on the day of full (or new) moon and lasts for a few days after the full (or new) moon.This full moon Spring Tide peaks on Monday, 30th April, and coastal users are urged to be cautious around the coastline. TO REPORT A SEA RESCUE EMERGENCY DIAL 112 FROM A CELLPHONE
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