The seasonal variability of the directly measured transport and horizontal currents in the Florida Strait has been determined from 90 transects of the Florida Current at the latitude of Miami, Florida. It is estimated that the seasonal variability accounts for 45% of the total variability in the total transport; the early summertime maximum value of the transport is 33.6 × 106 m3/sec, and the early winter low is 25.4 × 106 m3/sec....
Niiler, Pearn P., and William S. Richardson. 1973. "Seasonal variability of the Florida Current." Journal of Marine Research 31, (3). https://elischolar.library.yale.edu/journal_of_marine_research/1264