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Old 01-14-2017, 07:19 AM
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Originally Posted by kyle19125 View Post
Many think Florida is consistently warm top to bottom but it varies pretty widely. January averages range from:

warmest: high 74- low 64 in Key West
coldest: high 62- low 37 in Crestview

Crestview: Florida's Icebox
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Old 01-15-2017, 10:30 AM
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Temperature (F)
Coldest -23 Tulia (40 miles S of Amarillo) Feb. 12, 1899
Seminole (65 miles SW of Lubbock) Feb. 8, 1933
Hottest 120 Seymour (180 miles NW of Dallas) Aug. 12, 1936
Monahans (45 miles SW of Midland) Jun. 28, 1994
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Old 01-15-2017, 12:38 PM
Location: Central Jersey/NYC Metro
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Warmest- Cape May, Atlantic City
Coldest- Sussex, Basking Ridge
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Old 01-15-2017, 01:54 PM
Location: Brew City
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Originally Posted by Republic of Michigan View Post
I believe it is 447 miles in air distance, and 627 miles in driving distance. Were you using a different way to measure?

Temperance is 397 miles in air distance from Washington DC, and 482 miles from DC in driving distance.

Temperance is 627 driving miles from Cartesville, GA which is only 41 miles north of Atlanta.

Kind of funny in that you can be in the East Coast, in the South, in Montreal, or remain in Michigan depending on the route you take driving the same distance.

I was trying to use a rough scale drawn on a piece of paper against a paper map hanging in my office . I was only factoring N/S, not the distance Copper Harbor is west.
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Old 01-15-2017, 02:34 PM
Location: Mobile,Al(the city by the bay)
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For Alabama
Coldest would be Huntsville
Hottest would be Mobile.
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Old 01-15-2017, 05:28 PM
Location: Baltimore, MD
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Millsboro, DE is unique in that it is only one of three cities that has recorded its state's highest AND lowest temperature (the other two cities being Chester, MA and Warsaw, MO).

But on average, for Delaware, I'd say Fenwick Island would be the warmest and Wilmington would be the coldest.
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Old 01-16-2017, 08:17 AM
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Florida is... well... complicated.
Key West has warmer winters than anywhere in FL.
Crestview has cooler winters than anywhere in FL.
Tallahassee gets more respite from sun than anywhere in FL (tree cover).
Key West, Jacksonville Beach are among few cities that don't have avg. month at 90 in actual temp, how much of a factor ocean breeze plays and humidity varies, I'm not sure.
Not sure where wind speed or cloud cover is heaviest but that factors also. Miami is the most consistently hot place in state IMO, that or Naples. Freshwater Springs are important to consider also, as they are either warmer or cooler than what's around them (72 year round). The North Central part of the state from Northern Orlando to Lake City, Inland, has the most of them.

If I was picking one place in FL based on all weather factors though, Id probably go with Jacksonville though.
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Old 01-16-2017, 08:49 AM
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Ohio's Icebox is likely the stretch from Burton to Chardon near Cleveland.
Hottest climate among major cities at least would be Cincinnati.
The Lake Erie Shores may have the most moderating effect, so either somewhere right along the Lake, or somewhere like Zanesville in Appalachian OH would have best year round climate.
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Old 01-16-2017, 09:24 AM
Location: Windsor Ontario/Colchester Ontario
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Not a state, but for Ontario the warmest city is Windsor

Average annual high: 59.7F
Average annual low: 42.8F
Average annual mean: 51.3F

One of the coldest towns in Ontario is Moosonee, on the southern shores of James Bay

Average annual high:41.9F
Average annual low: 20.5F
Average annual mean: 31.1F
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