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Florida environment benefits, but suffers from freezing temperatures

Florida environment benefits, but suffers from freezing temperatures

Florida environment benefits, suffers from freezing temps

It’s going cold and it’s getting even colder.

One can count the number of days that the mercury has risen to 32 degrees over the past decade. Many newcomers are unaware of this fact, while some old-timers may not be aware that freezes and frosts were once more common.

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A bunch of oranges were protected from the freeze after being caked in ice over night at the University of Florida/IFAS Plant Science Research and Education Unit Monday morning, January 24, 2022. The 1078 acre facility got down to 27.7 degrees over night. The facility does a number of experiments with different crops like citrus, blue berries, strawberries, sweet corn, beans cotton and more. They expect to turn the sprinklers on next weekend when yet another hard freeze, this one colder than this one, hits Sunday morning. [Doug Engle/Ocala Star Banner]2022

Is the icebox door open?

National Weather Service forecasters have warned all week about a bomb-cyclone and nor’easter sweeping through the northeastern U.S.Meteorologists on Wednesday stated that Florida’s “feels like” temperatures were expected to drop to the bottom.

  • 18 degrees inJacksonville
  • 19 degrees inTallahassee
  • 22 degrees in Orlando
  • 25 degrees inTampa, Vero Beach
  • 28 degrees inWest Palm beach
  • 30 degrees in Naples

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