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Cape Cod - warmest water

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Hi,
We are thinking about a week in Cape Cod this summer (I know it's late planning!).

The problem is that my in-laws live in St. Thomas and we are big babies when it comes to cold water. Is the water warmer in mid-July on the Bay side or on Nantucket Sound? I've seen both claimed as the warmest, so I'm confused. I realize that "warm" is a relative term.
Thanks. Jim

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