One of the longest red tide outbreaks since 2006 continues to impact parts of the Gulf Coast in Florida.
It began in October of 2017 and has resulted in loss of wildlife, business, and tourism for beaches and communities along the Gulf of Mexico.
We spoke with Dr. Tracy Fanara
from Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium
to get the latest on this toxic algae bloom and its impacts.
Watch the FULL INTERVIEW on our ROKU or here ->https://youtu.be/bIdTPu55o10
For WeatherNation, I'm Meteorologist Meredith Garofalo