Tar balls found on beaches in Key West; oil in the loop current

Stephen Smith | May 18, 2010 | Clean Transportation, Energy Efficiency, Energy Policy
Photo courtesy of U.S. Coast Guard via CNN.

The oil spill has gone from bad to worse as tar balls begin to wash up on the beaches in Key West, Fl.

This coupled with satellite images showing the oil spill has entered the loop current.

Jeff Masters, May 17th post at Weather Underground shows the images and explains this unfortunate new twist on the disaster.

UPDATE: Coast Guard says the tar bars found in Key West from another source.

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