This website is called Southeast Coastal Climate' and features a variety of interactive coastal climate tools. Instead of providing discrete climatologies, the tool emphasizes the significance of shifts in climate due to ENSO (El Nino Southern Oscillation). All of the stations, both terrestrial and marine, within 100 lm +/- of the coastline were used in the database for the tool. Temperature and precipitation data are presented either in yearly or monthly formats, with the ability for the user to select data for each ENSO phase. For a few select stations, wind roses and wind speed distributions were created based on hourly data. Historical information on hurricanes for the area will also be provided. The tool also interfaces with a tidal predictor that displays tide information for a number of ports, bays, and inlets through out the area of interest. A variety of marine data such as, sea surface temperatures, bottom floor' sea temperatures, wave distribution graphics and general discussions on sea currents for the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean will be included.