At the time of the taking of these pictures, the "large and colorful oil plumes can be seen floating near the surface of the water about 6 - 10 miles south of Pensacola Pass on Friday afternoon. According to Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection, the plum is two miles wide and stretches 40 miles into the Gulf."
Pensacola Pass is the entry to our bays (Pensacola Bay, Escambia Bay, East Bay, and all our bayous and rivers.
This is what's heading our way.
I'll let the pictures speak for themselves.