Red tide affects blooming and cooler air returns (Soon!)

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Published: Nov. 13, 2022 at 5:37 AM EST
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SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) - Red tide continues to hit our southern beaches hardest. Nokomis, Venice and Manasota beaches all reported Intense respiratory irritation and many dead fish Saturday. From Siesta Key north to Anna Maria Island have only Slight respiratory irritation and, so far, no dead fish reported. These conditions will fluctuate for the coming week, but red tide is likely to linger for some time. Cooler air could help lessen the red tide and fortunately we have slightly cooler air. We’re tracking a series of cold fronts moving into Florida. Most of these will be dry for us, but it will be cooler to end the week and next weekend.

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Tropics continue our quiet November trend that has developed. No storms are expected for at least the next five days, possibly longer!

Tropical Outlook
Tropical Outlook(Station)