As the lunar nodal precession cycle advances, it sometimes leads to higher high tides, and other times it leads to lower high tides. Right now, we're at a point in the Moon's place in the cycle which tends to diminish the reach of high tide, **which masks sea level rise**.
After the year 2025 and through the year 2035, the Moon will begin making high tides *higher* than they would ordinarily be without its influence. That's what all these news stories are about. https://twitter.com/TeleEnvironment/status/1415403884776939531
There is a bit more about the Moon's influence (and the source of the graph above) in this article: https://earthsky.org/earth/supermoon-apr2021-lunar-nodal-cycle-masking-sea-level-rise/
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