At least check out this map. I'm not gonna shrink it and post it because it makes a greater statement at the original size.
We already know the spill has affected the Northern Gulf Ecoregion - where most of the reports have been coming from - but now it is threatening an additional two regions. It's close to entering the Southern Gulf Ecoregion, and the South Florida/Bahaman Atlantic Ecoregion is next after that.
There is a link from this article to download the spill trajectory file for Google Earth, if you'd like to keep an eye on this.
Full article here (EnergyBoom)