Ubiquitous South Florida Weather Forcast
Lows in the high 70s, highs in the high 80s. Partly cloudy with a
20% chance of scattered showers. Winds NE at 15 knots; seas 1-3
feet with a light to moderate chop.
If I didn't know any better, I'd swear I was living in Seattle
Normally, Florida has two seasons, wet and tourist. And during the wet
season (what you would normally call “summer” and “fall”) we do get
rain. Nearly every day. But, and this is the important part, it's never
all day long, being at most half an hour and usually it's partly cloudy all
This year? Grey skies all day long. Rains all day too. Not at
all like the typical Florida summer day.
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