Tampa Bay PORTS, NOAA/NOS 2019-02-17 13:56 EST                 

----------------------------Water Levels (above MLLW)---------------------------
Port of Tampa CSX        2.6 ft, Rising  Old Port Tampa           2.2 ft, Rising 
St. Petersburg           2.0 ft, Rising  Port Manatee             1.9 ft, Steady 
                          Spd Dir Gusts                            Spd Dir Gusts
TPA Cruise Term. 2       1 kn   N     3  East Bay Causeway       10 kn  SE    12
Old Port Tampa          11 kn SSW    13  St. Petersburg          16 kn SSW    20
Middle Tampa Bay        15 kn SSW    17  
----------------------------Air and Water Temperature---------------------------
                           Air   Water                              Air   Water
Port of Tampa CSX                74 °F   Old Port Tampa           73 °F   70 °F
Gadsden Cut              76 °F           St. Petersburg           78 °F   68 °F
Middle Tampa Bay         76 °F           Port Manatee             80 °F   68 °F
Egmont Channel Entr..            65 °F   
--------------------------------Relative Humidity-------------------------------
Gadsden Cut                        71%   Middle Tampa Bay                   72%
-------------------------------Barometric Pressure------------------------------
Old Port Tampa         1014 mb Falling   St. Petersburg         1015 mb Falling
Middle Tampa Bay       1014 mb Falling   Port Manatee           1014 mb Falling
Gadsden Cut                    5.40 nm   Middle Tampa Bay               5.40 nm
------------------Currents (F)lood, (S)lack, (E)bb, towards °T------------------
                          Spd          Dir                           Spd          Dir
Old Port Tampa Curr..  0.7 kn (F),  23.0°T Port Manatee Curren..  0.5 kn (F),  38.0°T
Sunshine Skyway        0.6 kn (F),  82.0°T 
                         SigHt PkDir PkPer                          SigHt PkDir PkPer
Egmont Channel Entr..   2.3 ft 238°T   5 s   

*** Data not displayed as a result of quality control monitoring. For information on 
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