What is your ocean temperature?

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23C (73F) at the beginning of summer. The entire eastern Indian Ocean is much warmer than average. It could be another interesting cyclone season. I predict 26C (79F) by February. Let's see if I'm right. If so, we're going to have a humid 2012, and wet.

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South Padre Island: 65*F

Galveston: 57*F

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Cocoa Beach 70F 21C

Fort Pierce Inlet 66F. 19C

This is accompanied by air temperatures up to 80F, 27C.

I understand Sydney's beaches are having nightmare infestations of bluebottles (Portuguese man-of-war). Sounds just like Florida last summer, which brought plagues of mauve stingers and moon jellies.

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Santa Monica bay: 59F\ 15C

San Diego bay: 59F

Tyrone, it is the opposite in the eastern Pacific\ North America. La Nina cools the ocean though current readings are common for winter in southern California.

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Ocean temperatures in Texas are plummeting with today's afternoon high only reaching the low to mid 50s all along the coast...

South Padre Island: 61*F

Galveston: 55*F

Next week looks a lot warmer for SPI, with highs in the mid 70s, and mid 60s for Galveston.

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Makarska 16C/61F

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South Padre Island: 64*F

Galveston: 58*F

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Cocoa Beach about 69, at least until near-freezing temperatures arrive.

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Temperatures of the ocean for California. For southern California i see 15C to 16C, 59 to 61 F.

This is little more warmer than normal, about 1C/2F.

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Temperatures of the ocean for Baja California. Same thing, it is little more warmer than normal about 1C/2F in the north from Tijuana to 28 degrees north latitude (Punta Eugenia/Bahía Tortugas/Isla Cedros/Guerrero Negro).

South of 28 degrees north latitude the ocean is very much more warmer than normal. In Cabo San Lucas in january in most the winters it it 20-21C/, 68-70F, in the map it is now 23-24C, 73-75F.

The isoterm of 18C/64F in most the winters in january is by Bahía Magdalena, 24.5 degrees north. In this january, it is now at 28 degrees north.

The north part of the Mar de Cortez is also more warmer than normal in the north by 29-31 degrees north latitude. About 2C/4F more warmer than normal.

What is happening with la niña, it is gone ?

By here I dont see efects !

May be the ocean in the east pacific is to be normal in temperatures in this year, or more warmer than normal. This I hope after 2 very cold summers in th east pacific.

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This is fresh January 7 imagery courtesy of Rutgers. Actual surf temperatures are all over the place, with Sebastian Inlet at a steady 72, but Ft Pierce Inlet reporting 58, perhaps from freshly-chilled water exiting from the Indian River.

Please note that the Atlantic is generally warmer nearshore than the Gulf. There seems to be a widespread misconception that Gulf beaches from Clearwater south have warmer water in winter than their Atlantic counterparts.

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Galveston: 61*F

South Padre Island: 67*F

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Basically normal winter water temps:

Santa Monica Bay: 60F/ 15.5C

San Diego Bay: 59F/ 15C

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I think that the Gulf is cooler in winter, but warmer in summer because it is shallower than the Atlantic, and also because of the Gulf Stream. What's with the cold waters around biscayne bay?

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This is fresh January 7 imagery courtesy of Rutgers. Actual surf temperatures are all over the place, with Sebastian Inlet at a steady 72, but Ft Pierce Inlet reporting 58, perhaps from freshly-chilled water exiting from the Indian River.

Please note that the Atlantic is generally warmer nearshore than the Gulf. There seems to be a widespread misconception that Gulf beaches from Clearwater south have warmer water in winter than their Atlantic counterparts.

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I think that patch of cold extending from Miami to the Bahamas must be cloud cover.

Latest surf temperatures from the National Weather Service:

DAYTONA BEACH: 68

COCOA BEACH: 70 FORT PIERCE: 65

Pinellas County: 65

Charlotte County: 70

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Galveston: 63*F

South Padre Island: 69*F (before the cold front comes in...)

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Here 4 C. Well maybe ice later if this horrible cold continues!

Alexander

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Here in the San Clemente area it has been 58F solid for like a month or more. With all the sun we've been getting it feels alot warmer when surfing...feels like low 60s. Most of the guys I'm surfing with are not even wearing booties.

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State highs have struggled to hit 70 for almost a week now :(, but the forecast shows a return to mid 70s and low 80s for the southern tip of Texas early next week...

South Padre Island: 61*F

Galveston: 58*F

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Honokohou Harbor, Kona side, Big Island of Hawaii 77 f

Don Sanders

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South Padre Island: 67*F

Galveston: 59*F

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Sebastian Inlet is running 66-67.

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25C here. The 26C line is up near Geraldton. If a cyclone formed now it could get interesting. Already had a small one come down to within 400km of us back in Jan. Been a humid summer this year and the garden reflects it.

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It is 10°C-50°F now.In the summer up to 26°C-78°F.

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About 24C. If the water stays warm again this winter, it could be another warm one. My coconut would appreciate that.

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South Padre Island: 68*F

Galveston: 63*F

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This is oddrock.gif SPI is colder then Galveston...

South Padre Island: 64*F

Galveston: 65*F

Both should reach 70*F by midweek though

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Suprisingly warm: Alameda (about 10-12 miles inside San Francisco Bay from the Golden Gate) at 55.8F.

Normal: 51.3F at San Francisco's Presidio just inside the Golden Gate & 50.4F at Southeast Farallon Island, 30 miles west of the Golden Gate.

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South Padre Island: 70F

Galveston: 68F

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Here's a classic story on the warm, inviting water of San Francisco's Ocean Beach. No need for a wetsuit.

Cocoa Beach is up to 73 degrees.

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Steadily rising...

South Padre Island: 72F

Galveston: 68F

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South Padre Island: 73F

Galveston: 74F

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Galveston: 74*F

South Padre Island: 77*F

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Ocean temperatures 25 april east pacific. The temperature is very cool for this time of year. 1-2C more cooler than normal in all partes.

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Cristobal,

Does this mean we are having a La Nina event?

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It's 72-74 on the coast from Ft Pierce to Daytona Beach. NOAA indicats that La Niña is dissipating, so we're going to a neutral situation.

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75-77 from the the LA border to Mexico...

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Water temperatures of east pacific and mar de cortez, 22 june.

Cold in the pacific everywhere.

Only 22-23 in cabo san lucas (los cabos) in june ? Very cold.

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87*F for most of the TX coast...

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21C (70F) here in mid winter in the SE Indian Ocean. About 2-3C warmer than average. This would have meant more than average rainfall, but the high pressure systems seem to be preventing that from happening. So far day time temps have been above average by about the same amount this winter, with the nights much the same although so far for July our nights have been below average due to the clear skies and dry air from the high pressure systems, but the days have been way above average with all the blue sky we're having.

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About 80 F, 27 C. Still cool enough for an afternoon sea breeze

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