Naples Marco Island Beach Conditions & Weather

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Current conditions

Red Tide Advisory

Weather Outlook

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Red Tide is a naturally occurring algae bloom that has periodically affected the beaches along Florida’s Gulf Coast dating back hundreds of years. This phenomenon gets its name from some of the algae species that can become dense enough to color the water red. Red tide blooms can be harmful to sea and wildlife and release toxins into the air leading to respiratory irritation in humans, especially in people with severe or chronic conditions such as emphysema or asthma. We encourage our visitors to check back on our site for updated conditions and follow recommended guidelines. 

Below are the most recent red tide results.

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Provided by: Collier County Pollution Control

Current conditions: Below are the most recent red tide results. We have received no reports of dead fish or respiratory irritation.

Forecast: The November 9th NOAA satellite image indicates that red tide is visible offshore of Collier County. With the coming cold front, the bloom could be transported toward shore and we could experience red tide impacts at our beaches with onshore winds.  Therefore, people with chronic respiratory issues should exercise caution when going to the beach through Monday, November 15th.

Red tide is very patchy, and conditions can change daily.  To get the most current beach conditions please visit the website To get the daily red tide respiratory forecast please visit the website

The next sample collection will be Monday, November 15, 2021. Results may be available late Tuesday, November 16, 2021.

Collier County Red Tide FAQ's

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