Tide Forecasts & Hindcasts

In Partnership with the Texas General Land Office

Tide forecasts are supported in part by the Texas General Land Office's Oil Spill Prevention and Response Program.  Tide forecasts and hindcasts for select stations within the bays or along the Gulf coastline, which are presented below, are based on computed harmonic constants derived from recent data which the Texas Coastal Ocean Observation Network (TCOON) collected at each station.  The data period for making the derivations is typically three years, but may be as short as 10 months, depending on the station.  Computed hindcasts (solid lines on graphs) are compared to recently measured (but unverified) tide data collected through TCOON.

For information on offshore and nearshore currents and winds, go to the: Texas Automated Buoy System (TABS).

Tide Forecasts & Hindcasts by Days For stations from Northeast to Southwest Along the Texas Coast

Tide Forecasts and Hindcasts Interactive Map

Galveston North Jetty (TCOON Station 529)

USS Lexington (TCOON Station 008)

Formerly Texas State Aquarium

The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) and the Texas General Land Office (TGLO) make no representations or warranties regarding the accuracy, completeness, suitability, fitness for any purpose, or any other warranty with regard to the information, illustrations or other data provided herein.  These data are not suitable for navigational purposes.