Okaloosa Island 6/15/19 at 3:46

Ronnie K. reports:

“This was taken in front of Summer Place, we walked down to the pier and it was about the same. Some of the june grass was washing up on the beach but most of it stayed in the water . I’ll rate this an 8 on the funky factor, hopefully it will move on quickly.
We drove over to Henderson Beach to let the kids swim. The water at HB was a 2-3, it had minor grass but was clear in comparison to OIB.
I’ll do morning updates this week while I’m here. ”


Mike G. reports:

“Just got into the Azure Complex on Okaloosa Island. There was no June Grass on the beach but it extended out 25 feet from the shore. Once you get past it, it’s clear.”

Beasley Park 6/15/19

Butch L. (one of our much-appreciated long-term contributors) reports:

“Ugly today. Visibility in water is less than 6 inches. Junegrass out to second sandbar. Residual Junegrass from last night scattered along shore. On a positive note. Plenty of parking and Sunshine. 6/15/19
Beasley Park on Okaloosa Island”


Miramar Beach 6/14/19

Todd reports:

“06/14/19 10 am, water very clear today.  Beautiful.”


Pensacola Beach, June 9, 2019

Jerry reports:

“Pensacola Beach water is absolutely perfect today, aside from the rough surf due to storms off the coast. No signs of June grass whatsoever!!”


June Grass Grayton June 5, 2019

Amy reports: “Perfect water Monday at Grayton Beach.
— June grass arrived yesterday. 🙁”


Okaloosa Island

Christy P reports:

Hi, this is from today, 6/3, in front of Summer Place condos on Okaloosa Island. Crystal clear today!

Navarre Beach

Suzanne reports:

“Navarre Beach was clear at 8:50a.m. Grossness Index was zero. Beautiful day for a swim.”


Susanne reports:

Navarre Beach at the Kayak crossover was clear. Gulf was a bit churned up but other than that it was good. Lots of families taking advantage of the warm Gulf temperatures.

Okaloosa Island

Aaron B has graciously sent us an update:”11:18 am. Been nice clear water all morning, all along the beachfront for at least a 1/2 mile or more on either side of OK pier. Gross stuff is still here but is staying 50-100 yards offshore, making for pleasant swimming.