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Old 10-10-2009, 12:26 PM
 
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Neither are tropical. South Florida sells a lot of bulls?#%

Puerto Rico and Hawaii are the tropics and have it all over Miami. Those places with tropical claiber UV strength ( e.g. Hawaii) should be named The Sunshine State.

And don't be fooled by Florida propaganda , Miami has been 32 many. many times. It regularly gets 38-40 every winter. Record low of 27 degrees and had snow twice- in January 1977 and the 1800's.

Look it up here : www.wunderground.com
Maybe they can switch...Hawaii can be the Sunshine State, Florida can be the Aloha State?

If the temperature in Miami "regularly" hit 38-40 every winter, then there is no way that the average low would be 60 degrees and higher during the winter months...and 60 degrees is the average winter low. It does not "regularly" reach lows of 38-40 in Miami. If it gets that low at all, it is a very unusual occurrence.

"During winter, humidity is significantly lower, allowing for cooler weather to develop. Average minimum temperatures during that time are around 60 F (15 C), rarely dipping below 40 F (4 C), and the equivalent maxima usually range between 70 and 77 F (19-24 C).

Miami has never recorded a triple-digit temperature; the highest temperature recorded was 98 F (37 C).The coldest temperature ever recorded in the city of Miami was 30 F (-1 C) on several occasions.Miami has never recorded an accumulation of snow, and only once recorded flurries, on January 20, 1977. "
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Old 10-10-2009, 12:32 PM
 
Location: Miami, FL
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You have not done proper research. Miami's record low was 27 degrees.


Miami DOES get 38- low 40's EVERY winter for about 15 - 20 days.

LOOK IT UP THROUGH THE RECORDS IN www.wunderground.com
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Old 10-10-2009, 12:33 PM
 
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You have not done proper research. Miami's record low was 27 degrees.


Miami DOES get 38- low 40's EVERY winter for about 15 - 20 days.

LOOK IT UP THROUGH THE RECORDS IN www.wunderground.com
I did look it up...I'm not a big fan of Miami, nor am I promoting Miami in any way. I'm a big fan of the truth, and your information is not factual. Sorry.
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Old 10-10-2009, 12:38 PM
 
Location: Miami, FL
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You did NOT look ANYTHING up. STOP promoting Miami with lies.


RECORD LOW Miami FEBRUARY 3 1917 27 DEGREES

January 1857 SNOW 30 degrees
January 20 1977 SNOW 30 degrees
January 13 1981 32 degrees
January 12 1982 32 degrees
January 22 1985 34 degrees
January 25 2003 38 degrees
January 23 1985 36 degrees


AND LAST WINTER WIND CHILLS OF 31 .

EACH AND EVERY YEAR DATING BACK TO 2003 YOU WILL FIND TEMPS FROM 36-42 EVERY WINTER

There is a REASON you have to BRING INSIDE breadfruit in the winter.


November 2006 it was 43 degrees. I was FREEZING. Too soon for that.

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Miami is NOT tropical. I have devoted my life to exposing this fact.

Last edited by Bo; 10-11-2009 at 03:42 PM.. Reason: Deletion is explained in my direct message to you.
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Old 10-10-2009, 12:42 PM
 
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You did NOT look ANYTHING up. STOP promoting Miami with lies.


RECORD LOW Miami FEBRUARY 3 1917 27 DEGREES

January 1857 SNOW 30 degrees
January 20 1977 SNOW 30 degrees
January 13 1981 32 degrees
January 12 1982 32 degrees
January 22 1985 34 degrees
January 25 2003 38 degrees
January 23 1985 36 degrees


AND LAST WINTER WIND CHILLS OF 31 AND TEMPS OF 36
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You are basing your "facts" on www.underground. com??? That's the problem. You also listed 5 single dates with cold temperatures that happened over a 25 year period. That is NOT "regularly". How absurd.

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Old 10-10-2009, 12:56 PM
 
Location: Miami, FL
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Only a few examples. Like I said THE LAST 6 YEARS IN MIAMI HAVE SEEN 36-42 with WIND CHILLS IF 31.


Miami FREEZES OFFICIALLY (32) very 7 -8 years or so. Still 36 and a wind chill of 31 is hardly any different.

MIAMI IS NOT A FREEZE FREE ZONE YOU IGNORANT FOOL........

EXPECT VERY COLD TEMPS EVERY WINTER, WITH THE POSSIBILTY OF OFFICALY 32, and not just 36.

EXPECT VERY COLD FOR 10-20 DAYS OF THE WINTER.

FACT OF LIFE. GET OVER IT.


You NEED to bring in breadfruit in Miami. IT IS NOWHERE NEAR AS WARM AS HAWAII
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Old 10-10-2009, 12:57 PM
 
Location: New York City
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According to weatherbase, Miami averages 6 days below 45F per year. 45F is still quite a bit a above freezing and 6 days out of an entire winter season is not that may.
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Old 10-10-2009, 01:51 PM
 
Location: St Paul, MN - NJ's Gold Coast
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I remember when I visited Florida there was a thunder storm that looked like nothing I've ever seen.
The sky was extremely dark gray almost black, and it was in the middle of the day, lightning galore too.
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Old 10-10-2009, 01:54 PM
 
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I remember when I visited Florida there was a thunder storm that looked like nothing I've ever seen.
The sky was extremely dark gray almost black, and it was in the middle of the day, lightning galore too.
...and then...30 minutes later the sun was shining. That's Florida weather - unless of course you were in a hurricane.
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Old 10-10-2009, 02:03 PM
 
Location: St Paul, MN - NJ's Gold Coast
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...and then...30 minutes later the sun was shining. That's Florida weather - unless of course you were in a hurricane.
Exactly.
I'm pretty sure it was longer than 30 minutes, but it wasn't a drag out rain storm like they have here.
When I was in Florida, it looked like an apocalypse before and during a storm, but it was a abrupt end with blue skies.
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