4:30 AM Tuesday MAY 3
W2synopsis, a high pressure area over the western north atlantic will shift eastward away from florida today as a trough slips southeastward into florida.W2 as a result, lighter breezes will develop across florida keys coastal waters.W2 the trough will progress down the florida peninsula wednesday, resulting in increasing coverage of showers and thunderstorms.W2 a weak, late-season frontal passage looks increasingly likely in the florida keys wednesday night or early thursday.W2 breezes are forecast to shift out of the northwest and freshen wednesday night.W2 the approximate shoreward edge of the gulf stream as of april 28, 14 nautical miles south of dry tortugas light, on loggerhead key.W2 18 nautical miles south of cosgrove shoal light, off the marquesas keys.W2 18 nautical miles south of sand key light, off key west.W2 17 nautical miles south of looe key, off big pine key.W2 15 nautical miles south of sombrero key light, off marathon.W2 11 nautical miles southeast of alligator reef light, off islamorada.W2 8 nautical miles southeast of molasses reef light, off key largo.W2 8 nautical miles east of carysfort reef light, off ocean reef.W2 gulf stream information courtesy of the naval oceanographic office.W2