Where does the Gulf Stream flow?


The Gulf Stream flows from the Gulf of Mexico into the Atlantic Ocean and results in beaches with warm water. It is a fast moving warm ocean current on the eastern coast of the United States.
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The Atlantic Ocean.
basically up the Western Atlantic, then across the Canadian maritimes
The Gulf Stream current begins in the tropical waters of the Caribbean. The current continues north, paralleling the United States' eastern coast, until it reaches the North Atlantic
The Gulf Stream flows fastest near the surface, with the maximum speed typically
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The section of water that is called the Gulf Stream flows from the Caribbean north along our coast to the Northern Atlantic. The Gulf Stream then turns east until it hits the United Kingdom and Europe where it follows the coastline. It will follow the coastline of Africa and then turn westward back to the Caribbean. This flow of water is known by many names depending on the segment you are talking about. The Gulf Stream is specific to the segment that flows from the Caribbean and along the coast of the U.S.. You can find more information here: http://www.broward.org/library/bienes/lii14006.htm
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