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It’s 89°F and mostly cloudy right now at Tranquility Bay. Another week of variable weather is coming, with frequent thunderstorms for the next 7 days or so. The temperatur will stay nice and warm, around 90° during the day and only slightly cooler at night. No huge storms are predicted to hit the middle Keys that can be seen right now, but its always good to keep an eye on the weather this time of year. Sunset is at 7:35 tonight, and should be really gorgeous with the light cloud cover right now.
It’s 91°F and sunny right now at Tranquility Bay. A gusty breeze is coming in from the south at 7 mph and there are some clouds on the horizon. There is rain and some small thunder storms predicted for later this week, but these storms are bringing some cooler weather later this week as well. Sunset tonight will be at about 8:15, the high pressure of this oncoming storm system should make it particularly spectacular.
It’s 85°F and partly cloudy right now at Tranquility Bay. This week there are expected to be 88°F to 90°F daytime temperatures, with some rain and a thunderstorm sometime tomorrow. Warm summer rain can be pleasant, but this may not be the best week for water-sports and fishing, winds may get up as high as 20mph during the day on friday.
It’s 85°F and sunny here at Tranquility Bay, with light wind from the Southeast. The ocean is mostly flat, with some small waves lapping on the beach. Another day of endless summer!
Its 70°F and sunny here at Tranquility Bay. Wind is from the North at 10 mph and seas will be at 1-2 feet this morning, but calming later in the afternoon.
It’s 76°F and a little cloudy here at Tranquility Bay. Wind is from the East at 13 MPH. Another perfect day in paradise.
It is 75°F today at Tranquility Bay. We had some clouds this morning, but they should clear up later in the day. 15 MPH wind from the East is kicking up some chop on the ocean, but not a prohibitive amount. These are good conditions for Sailfish or Cobia fishing, although it might be harder to fish off of the reefs.