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PalmatierMeg

Yesterday the Gulf was down to 55. Air temp on Ft. Myers Beach at one point was 38. Really glad my timeshare there is in July.

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happ

NOAA has Los Angeles at 62.8F\ 17.1C but NWS has Santa Monica Bay at 58F\ 14.4C which I think is more accurate. All and all, basically normal water temps for Dec.

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bubba

Dec.19,2010- Palm Beach Inlet-73F. Saw it down to 70F.during our coldest day so far.

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Cristóbal

Water temperature 14-16 december, California USA.

This image is some good example how the California current (more colder water) goes south far west of southern California and Baja California, and the Baja current (more warmer water) goes north to southern California from here more closer to the land. You can also see in this image very classic of how the breaks of the temperatures are by San Diego and Los Angeles. This is normal and usual that the Baja current is less strong north of San Diego and stops by the area of Los Angeles.

The temperatures of 14-15C are normal in southern California for end of december.

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Water temperature 14-16 december, Baja California México

The termpatures are normal also for december.

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I like more better this information in this way, it is average of temperatures in time of 3 days. The ocean moves all the time and temperatures can change much in only some hours.

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Cristóbal

Water temperature 14-16 december, California USA.

This image is some good example how the California current (more colder water) goes south far west of southern California and Baja California, and the Baja current (more warmer water) goes north to southern California from here more closer to the land. You can also see in this image very classic of how the breaks of the temperatures are by San Diego and Los Angeles. This is normal and usual that the Baja current is less strong north of San Diego and stops by the area of Los Angeles.

The temperatures of 14-15C are normal in southern California for end of december.

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Water temperature 14-16 december, Baja California México

The termpatures are normal also for december.

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I like more better the information in this way it is average of temperatures in time of 3 days more real i think and shows with detail what is happening in large parts of the ocean. This is more important i think.

The ocean moves all the time and temperatures can change 1-2C in only some hours in some place. What the weather service of USA says is temperature in some place, for example 68F (20C) at 12 pm, can be 66F (19C) or 70F (21C) at 3 pm

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greekpalm

lowest in february = 15C / 59F

highest in august = 27C / 81 F

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Xenon

60F around Galveston and 68F at South Padre Island

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Palm crazy

Ocean temps here are chilly all year, around 55F all year, (give or take 2 degrees) it doesn't get very cold or very warm. :winkie:

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bubba

Jan. 4,2011- Palm Beach Inlet-75F.

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Xenon

Galveston, TX- 57F

Surfside Beach, TX- 61F

Port Aransas, TX- 64F

South Padre Island, TX- 65F

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Jeff in St Pete

Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

Pacific Coast

27.1C (80.8F)

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Donald Sanders

Kailua Kona, Big Island of Hawaii, 78'f

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Tyrone

Near shore 23C (73F), off shore in the Leeuwin current 24C(75F).

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bubba

Jan. 16, 2011- Palm Beach Inlet-74F.

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Dave-Vero

Sebastian Inlet (Florida Institute of Technology data) is 65 F (18 C). Not bad.

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happ

Santa Monica Bay: 58F\ 14.4C

San Diego Bay: 60F\ 15.5C

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Tyrone

24C (75F) inshore, 25C(77F) offshore. Quite warm actually. Considering a cyclone can still form at 26C (80F). This is quite warm for 32S on the west coast.

Best regards

Tyrone

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happ

24C (75F) inshore, 25C(77F) offshore. Quite warm actually. Considering a cyclone can still form at 26C (80F). This is quite warm for 32S on the west coast.

Best regards

Tyrone

Hi Tyrone

Hope you are having a pleasant summer and not the tragic flooding that is occurring in Queensland. I assumed that relatively warm ocean water temps were routine in Western Australia. Normally Pacific ocean temps off southern California average in the upper 60's - near 70F\ 21.1C during summer so tropical storms are non-existent.

happ

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Tyrone

24C (75F) inshore, 25C(77F) offshore. Quite warm actually. Considering a cyclone can still form at 26C (80F). This is quite warm for 32S on the west coast.

Best regards

Tyrone

Hi Tyrone

Hope you are having a pleasant summer and not the tragic flooding that is occurring in Queensland. I assumed that relatively warm ocean water temps were routine in Western Australia. Normally Pacific ocean temps off southern California average in the upper 60's - near 70F\ 21.1C during summer so tropical storms are non-existent.

happ

We're a couple of degrees warmer than we should be at this time of year. We peak in about March April, but we have a couple of months to go until we reach that SST peak.

This part of the country has been uneventful when it comes to natural disasters. It's the place to be at the moment.

Summer is turning out to be more humid than usual for us this year. I had my split system refrigerative air conditioner flood lastnight and water was just running down my loungeroom wall. I'll need to see why today. It couldn't handle the humidity. Never had that happen before. Dewpoints have been as high as 20C, but by the end of the week are expected to go higher when we get 40C and thunderstorms. Should be exciting.

Best regards

Tyrone

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Jeff in St Pete

Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

Pacific Ocean

28.2C (82.8F)

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_Keith

I felt it today, not sure what the actual temp was, but "too (explicative) cold" will suffice.

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Tyrone

TC Bianca has formed today and is forecast to walk a long way down the West Oz coast and take advantage of the warm ocean to about 26S. It's meant to be cat 3 by Friday. By Saturday they are saying it will hit high wind shear, but if that doesn't happen as strongly as predicted it may get further south as 26C SST's extend down to about 29S. This could be an interesting one.

Best regards

Tyrone

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bubba

Jan. 25, 2011- Palm Beach Inlet- 71 F.

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Daryl

Our SSTs in SE QLD are hovering around 26-27C and it only gets warmer as you go north...not good if a cyclone decides to head south!

Daryl

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Walter John

Our SSTs in SE QLD are hovering around 26-27C and it only gets warmer as you go north...not good if a cyclone decides to head south!

Daryl

don't speak too soon.. :unsure:

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palmcurry

56 F or 14 C here in Dana Point, Southern California.

Wearing 4 mm wet suit with booties. Surf has been good all week. Even last week too.

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Xenon

Galveston is down to 54F and South Padre is quite warm with 69F.

:) Jonathan

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AggiePalms

Southeast Bight conditions:

Going north to south along the coast here, there is a definite warmer temperature trend. No surprise, but it is still mighty cold.

Also offshore water temps are a little warmer, due to the presence of the offshore Gulf Stream.

Folly Beach SC (near Charleston): 48.3

Bouy offshore Edisto SC: 64.4F

Estuary of Savannah River GA (Fort Pulaski): 51.3 F

17 miles offshore , south of Savannah GA (Grays Reef National Marine Sanctuary: 52.3F

Coastal Georgia south of Savannah: 48R average, warming to the south

Offshore Fernandina Beach FL (near Jacksonville): 52.5

St. Augustine FL: 54.7F

Not conditions I wish to go romping in the surf all day.

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Dave-Vero

Wabasso Beach, Florida was 60 F yesterday. Air was plenty warm for romping.

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Jeff in St Pete

Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

Pacific Ocean

28.3 C (83 F)

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Tyrone

Still 24C (75F) here. TC Bianca didn't change it.

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Dave-Vero

Cocoa Beach some 67º F, 20 C

Ft Pierce 70ºF, 21 C.

That's after several days of warm weather, with Melbourne hitting 87º F (31 C) yesterday.

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Donald Sanders

Kailua-Kona, Big Island of Hawaii 78 f.

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Xenon

South Padre Island is hovering just short of 70F with Galveston about 10F lower.

:) Jonathan

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Jeff in St Pete

Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

Pacific Coast

28.5C (83.3F)

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Tyrone

By the end of the week we'll have around 26C inshore and in the Leeuwin current a bit further out 27,28C. Very warm.

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Jeff in St Pete

Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

Pacific Coast

29.8C (85.6F)

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Tyrone

About 24,25C at the moment. Still about 2C warmer than average here.

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Cristóbal

Water temperatures 21 - 23 march, east pacific.

The water in southern california is little more cold than the usual but in baja california it is very cold in the pacific and also mar de cortez. This i think a little bit for la niña but this goes now away, and alñso for the cold weather we have in the last month of many storms and low pressures coming to here from alaska. This makes the winds strong come from the north west and the cold water below goes to the surface and the cold current of california goes more closer to the land. Now there is no warm water from the south going north by the coast of baja california.

21C in cabo san lucas and south mar de cortez in this time of the year is cold it is more like january.

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Xenon

Galveston, Texas: 72F

South Padre Island, Texas: 74F

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