Florida, the sunshine state.

The average sun shine in January is 58%.


The coldest month is January when the average temperature overnight is 41.9°F, in NE Florida.


The average high in January is 64 degrees.


Except for a few places along each coast, freezing temperatures were pretty much universal across Florida, even south of Lake Okeechobee.




10 responses to “Florida, the sunshine state.

  1. Welcome to my world.

  2. Your first photograph reminds me of Aliens (their slimy teeth).

  3. LOL Donna.
    It looks like you got more ice than we did! Those photos are incredible. I did help hubby scrape ice off his car windows yesterday. I haven’t done that since I lived in the central valley of CA 10 years ago. We didn’t get frost in San Diego either although we did get snow one April.

  4. I’m glad that your children have now experienced ice dripping off outside fixtures. Now you just need some snow…..of course I realize what snow in FL will do to the price of produce accross the country so I really don’t wish it on you though I do think that you should take the kids up north so that they can experience building a snowman and having a real snowball fight.

  5. Did you tell your kids NOT to stick their tongues on the frozen metal?

  6. ‘slimy alien teeth’ – LOL!

    Pretty pictures, actually.

  7. Wow, so much ice! I never thought to see ice like that in Florida. Enjoy it while it lasts. =-)

  8. Wow! We didn’t get any ice with the cold. But it did get to below freezing here. It has now warmed back up a bit and we got rain last night…and it looks like more rain for the rest of the weekend.

  9. Wow..how did the wildlife fair??

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