5 September 2019
Everyone asks, When Is Jellyfish Season In Key Largo, Florida Keys?
When Is Jellyfish Season In Key Largo, Florida Keys? The answer is fairly straight forward. Most Moon Jellyfish start appearing each year around the last week of August and tend to be around clear through the last week of April. Pink-Meanies and Atlantic Man-O-War mostly appear from November through first week of April.
Today we give thanks to the good folks at Horizon Divers for the seats on the boat for our guide PADI Instructor Mike and guests all day.
Sites visited today morning and afternoon were at Elbow Reef. Hannah M. Bell and Sand Highway in the morning with 40 to 50 feet of visibility and moderate current. The afternoon the visibility was even better at The City of Washington shipwreck and Fingers Reef.
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Looking for today’s Key Largo, Florida Keys Reef and Weather Report? Here it is just for you.
Daily Keys Weather Report: Key Largo, Florida
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SW 285 degrees 12 – 16 knots
1.0 foot seas all day.
40 – 60 feet
90.4 F & Humid ~ Feels like: 103 F today with 62% humidity
AM Dives: Hannah M. Bell & Sand Highway
Depth: 33 & 34 Feet
Bottom Time: 47 & 53 Min
Surface Interval: 14 Minutes
PM Dives : City of Washington & Fingers
Depth: 29′ & 31′ Feet
Bottom Time: 60 Min & 58 Min
Surface Interval: 12 Minutes
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