The long period in June and parts of July where winds have been SW to NE have enabled cold water from below to mix up to the surface. Here on the west coast of Florida (Pinellas) you can hardly go to the beach because of red tide, and have had above normal water temps thanks to the SW winds. Heres an article on the upwelling...
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