Red Tide Moving Out

News 25 has been closely following the red tide issue and the toxins seem to be moving out at a steady pace.
DMR spokeswoman Melissa Scallan says the cold weather continues to improve the situation but scientists are still testing Sound waters daily.
The latest offshore results show toxin levels at less than 5,000 parts per liter, which is a huge improvement from last week when levels were more than 700,000 parts per liter.
Oyster season is still expected to open in March or April.

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