The satellites from outer space take the temperature of the sea surface at certain time intervals. Here at 7:13 am, most of the sea surface around the tip of Florida is covered with clouds, not allowing the satellites to reach the water, to take its temperature. However, there were some breaks (little spots) in the clouds, where the satellites were able to reach the sea, to take its temperature. Some of those spots can be seen around the top right portion of the picture. What is extremely interesting is that the satellites actually took the temperature of the surface of a lake that is located in southern Florida. The grey land mass dominating the left side of the picture is Florida, and as one can see there is a random temperature reading in the middle of the land, which is in fact a lake. The lake was relatively the same temperature as the ocean, even though it is secluded from it. The lake temperature is about 81 degrees Fahrenheit around the edge, while 83 degrees Fahrenheit in the center. The surface temperature of the ocean has the same temperatures, along with some 85 degree Fahrenheit water farther off the coast.