Although South Florida is accustomed to hot weather, recent reports have caused some concern since its coastal waters have warmed to previously unheard-of levels. In an unexpected turn of events, the area’s seawater temperatures have risen to the point where they may break the record for the hottest ocean temperatures ever observed. This phenomenon has drawn the attention of scientists, conservationists, and coastal communities all around the world because of its wide-ranging ramifications.
Increasing Water Temperatures in South Florida:
Seawater temperatures off the South Florida coast have significantly increased recently, according to studies. Even the most optimistic predictions for the consequences of global warming on our oceans have been surpassed by the waters off the coast of places like Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach.
Coral bleaching and even the mortality of certain corals in what had previously been one of the most robust reefs in the Florida Keys are already catastrophic repercussions that scientists are witnessing as a result of the extended hot water surrounding Florida. This month, temperatures broke records all across the world due to climate change.
When stating that there is some doubt with the reading, scientists were cautious. However, according to National Weather Service meteorologist George Rizzuto, the buoy at Manatee Bay reached 101.1 degrees Fahrenheit (38.4 degrees Celsius) on Monday evening. That buoy’s online reading the previous evening was 100.2 F (37.9 C). That might set a record, declared Rizzuto.
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