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We have to smile every time we see a forecast like this week’s …. it really doesn’t get any better than this for a week at the beach or out on the water! With temperatures between the 80′s and low 90′s and sunny skies predicted to hang around all week, we’re packing up our beach bag and heading to the pool to stake out some prime beach chairs. And the low winds and relatively low chance of rain mean it’s an extra great time to get out on the water for fishing, sailing, jet-skiing, you name it!
As always, remember that our sunny days can be extra scorching, so load up on the SPF and try to hit the beach after the hottest part of the day (between 10am and 2pm is especially sizzling, so that’s a great time to hit the shade of the Tiki Bar for an ice cold drink and some tasty bites.)
If there’s any special trip you’d like to plan, be it a fishing charter or a sunset sail, stop by the front desk here at Tranquility Bay and speak to one of our superstar agents. They’ll be happy to help you and your family find the perfect way to celebrate such a fabulous forecast.
Get ready for a sweltering and sunny week! Temperatures are expected to rest near 90 degrees from today through Friday, with isolated thunderstorms hanging around this afternoon through tomorrow evening. Wednesday through Friday are looking like excellent beach days, so start staking out your favorite pool chair now! Today’s medium strength winds should die down by the evening, with light gusts of between 5 and 10 mph expected for the rest of the week– that means this week should be perfect for getting out on the ocean. Whether it’s fishing, snorkeling, jet skiing or simply a leisurely swim, now is the time to get some salt water on your face! (Just remember to wear sunblock and drink plenty of fluids…nothing puts a damper on a vacation like heatstroke.)
Your weekend forecast has arrived, and in typical summer style it’s all over the place! Today’s cloudy morning may break for a bit of sun, but scattered thunderstorms are scheduled to pop up the rest of the weekend, with sunny skies in-between. Temperatures are expected to hover in the high 80′s during the day, with evenings coming down a few degrees to the low 80′s. Humidity will continue to linger in the high 65% – 70% range, with the UV index at an intense 10-11 all weekend. That means that sunburns are possible even through clouds, so remember to be safe and reapply SPF on you and your loved ones’ exposed skin! Here’s hoping the scattered thunderstorms clear up a little earlier than forecasted and we have a few perfect beach days ahead of us.
As always, enjoy your weekend here at beautiful Tranquility Bay!
Though it’s mostly cloudy now, with temperatures that feel closer to the 90′s than the 80′s, today’s forecast looks promising. Clouds look to be moving off, and while the chance of precipitation is still hovering at about 30%, winds are looking milder than they were at the beginning of the week. Today’s looking like a great day to get out on the water, with the partial clouds offering a respite from the sun as temperatures stay sweltering. As the fishing stays top-notch, now is a great time to get out there and start throwing lines into the water. If you don’t have your gear or would like a more specialized day of fishing, ask the staff at Tranquility Bay’s front desk to recommend a charter! And don’t forget to load up on the sunscreen today– cloudy skies will still dole out a scorching sunburn if you’re not careful.
Happy Friday, everyone!
If there’s one good thing about stormy weather (and believe us, we’re looking for any bright spot in this sea of gloom) it’s that after the storm passes and the squall is over, the fishing is always especially excellent. After the last 10 days of rain and wind the fishing report for the next week looks fantastic, with Dolphin and Tuna being found in abundance offshore, while inshore catches of Grouper, Jacks and Snapper (as well as sharks) are being reported as very good. As always, if you’re at a loss as to which style of fishing or charter boat is right for you and your family, stop in at our front desk at ask one of our Tranquility Bay agents to assist you in choosing the right trip! Our staff is knowledgeable and would love to help.
Good luck out there…
This week’s weather looks to be a continuation of last week’s fickle forecast, with scattered thunderstorms predicted to break up the sunshine for the next seven days. Tuesday looks to be one of the wettest, with a 60% chance of precipitation all day. Thursday should be clearer, and might be the perfect day to steal away to either Sombrero or Coco Plum beach for a few rays of sun. Going into the weekend the rain looks to be sticking around, with precipitation hovering at about 50%. This is a great week to venture out with an umbrella and explore some of Marathon’s best sites, like the Dolphin Research Center or the Turtle Hospital. Or why not suit up and check out some of the great dive spots offshore? After all, a little rain never hurts if you’re busy underwater! We like the Tilden Scuba Center, which even offers dive classes for children.
To learn more about which activity might suit you and your family best, speak to your friendly front desk agents.
It is 61°F right now at Tranquility Bay, but is expected to reach 70°F by midday. The unusually cold weather we have been having looks like it is about to depart, starting tomorrow we will be back into the mid 70′s. There is a 13mph wind from the northeast right now, although that is also supposed to die down later in the day. This week should be a steller time to go fishing, as the water warms up predator species increase activity, and after this cold snap they should be hungry. Sunset tonight is at 6:20, and the moon is 62% waning gibbous, so there will be plenty of light for night fishing.
There are some light clouds in a mostly blue sky right now at Tranquility Bay and the temperature is 80°F. The ocean is mostly calm but should get a bit rougher this afternoon when the wind gusts up to 15 kts. It is predicted to be windy again tomorrow, and then die down after Wednesday to almost nothing through this weekend. Sunset is at 5:34 tonight, and the moon is 80% full, so the evening and night should be gorgeous.
It’s 71°F and partly sunny today at Tranquility Bay, with a light 14mph breeze gusting from the northeast. The ocean is calm, with breaks in the clouds illuminating particularly vibrant colors in the water. There isn’t any rain expected until at least sunday, and nothing to extreme when it does come. Anyone planning on going down to Key West for the Goombay Festival this weekend should aim for Saturday, which will have the best weather of the weekend. Sunset tonight will be at 6:52 pm, and should be wonderful with the cloud slight cloud cover.
It’s 85°F and sunny right now at Tranquility Bay. 14 mph wind is coming from the northeast, which should calm down later in the day. It should stay sunny for the next 3 days, then get a bit stormy during the weekend, but next week looks like it will be sunny again for awhile. Sunset tonight is at 7:00, and should be spectacular. The moon tonight will be 99.9 percent illuminated rising at 7:17, with only some small clouds passing in the early morning.