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Probably not that long, Florida is the sunshine state, so, more sun, less snow.
This winter is from about Dec 20/21, 2009, to March 20, 2010. On March 20, the temperature and humidity will both reach 100 degrees Fahrenheit and stay there until the beginning of winter again on Dec 21, 2010.
It's the longest coldest winter that Florida has had. A lot of frost and loss of plants.
It has dipped even into the 20s. Mostly it has been in the 30s.
Not sure what MoonSafari is talking about. Of course it's winter in Florida.
I can now see the end of winter in site here in Florida and if i can just keep my eyes focused on the start of spring I can make it through all this freezies.
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