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Lake Okeechobee , FL
GPS: 26.777, -80.901
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Today's Forecast Jan 26, 2022
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Lake Okeechobee's current water temperature is 63°F. Today's forecast is: Light rain in the morning and afternoon., with a high around 72°F and a low around 62°F. Winds are out of the NE at 7 mph with gusts of 15 mph.
Current Conditions
61-65 F
Water estimate as of
Jan 21, 2022
72° 62° F
Air
NNE 7 - 15 gust
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Latest satelite temp: 63°F
63°F
  Warning: Greater than 10% difference.


Forecast as of Jan 26, 2022
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Wednesday
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72° 64°
NE 7-15 mph
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Light rain in the morning and afternoon.
Thursday
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76° 62°
NNW 8-18 mph
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Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
Friday
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75° 53°
NW 9-25 mph
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Possible light rain overnight.
Saturday
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58° 41°
NW 17-32 mph
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Possible light rain in the morning.
Sunday
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59° 44°
N 10-19 mph
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Clear throughout the day.
Monday
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68° 56°
NE 6-15 mph
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Clear throughout the day.
Tuesday
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77° 63°
E 9-23 mph
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Overcast throughout the day.
Wednesday
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77° 66°
E 12-27 mph
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Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

Description
Sometimes referred to as Florida's inland sea, Lake Okeechobee is central to a region of Florida historically known for its agriculture, but in recent times also equated with superior fishing, boating and trails. The second-largest freshwater lake entirely within U.S. boundaries, it is contained by the Herbert Hoover Dike, built in 1928. Surrounding the dike, rich earth supports a lucrative sugarcane industry and roads through the flatland outskirts take you among the fluttering fronds of the sweet crops and the towns that prosper from it. Waterways on either side run into the "Big O," as the lake is called, making it part of a152-mile boating passage way through the middle of the state known as the Okeechobee Waterway.

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Attributes
Acres 445,029
Base Elevation 16 Ft
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