OIL SPILL AND GULF WINDS

May 18, 2010 Oil spill and associated slick

A high pressure ridge over the central Gulf has kept winds relatively light over the oil spill for several days this week. An increase in the easterly winds extending from the Bahamas westward across south Florida into the Gulf may affect the eastward progression of the oil slick through the weekend. You can observe these winds and their changes on JustWeather.com

05/20/2010 Forecast winds: jacksonville.justweather.com/hurricane

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