We’ve been reporting on the bloom of so-called Red Tide that’s been slowly moving toward Sun Coast beaches. Some of it already came ashore, washing up thousands of dead fish in a stretch from Englewood to Stump Pass. But new today, there’s encouraging news. The main area of Red Tide bloom, which has been lingering offshore from Englewood south to Sanibel Island, is now on the move again and is now forecast to be pushed out to sea by shifting ocean currents, perhaps as early as today. As we’ve reported, this is the first time in nearly five years that Red Tide has bloomed to the point of threatening Sun Coast beaches and wildlife. We’ll keep you posted throughout the week.