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Old 10-31-2007, 12:16 AM   #1
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the official new Florida postcard...



another storm tomorrow
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Old 10-31-2007, 06:58 PM   #2
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Yeah, you've got it real tough. 80-degree winters and sunshine at least six days a week.

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and 100% humidity and some rain almost every day.

Fantastic Florida weather.
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awww. i miss florida, but not the tropical storms. or running the air on christmas
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Old 10-31-2007, 11:21 PM   #5
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and 100% humidity and some rain almost every day.

Fantastic Florida weather.
You can come shovel the snow out of my driveway this winter if you really want to get out of the rain.

Sorry, but you won't get much sympathy over Florida weather from this Canuck.
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I'm glad I don't live down there.

Ferocious humidity
Monstrously-huge mosquitoes
Tons of rain
No snow
No recognizable seasonal change

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You can come shovel the snow out of my driveway this winter if you really want to get out of the rain.

Sorry, but you won't get much sympathy over Florida weather from this Canuck.
Fair enough.

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sounds like queensland in australia , we share your pain
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do you guys still do the hot christmas lunch, even though it's boiling outside.

poor Santa having to wear that hot outfit
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I honestly cannot believe people are complaining about living near the tropics
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i used to live in NYC before I moved down here...i'd rather be up there
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I don't what part of Florida you guys are goin on about, but South Florida is awesome. Miami's gotta be one of my favorite places ever. Yeah it rains but it usually blows over fairly quickly...and you haven't felt humidity till you've been in Toronto in the summer, trust me. At least the ocean provides a break from it. .. And the only time I've ever seen a mosquito was up Orlando way...all the other places on the I've been like Tampa, Ft Myers/Cape Coral, Palm Beach, Melbourne, Boca, Delray Beach, Ft Lauderdale, Miami, etc..especially the Atlantic side...never seen a mosquito there...actually that was one of the things I found so odd, no mosquitos!
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Dave wait until you experience a hurricane and/or a tropical storm and see the damage it unleashes...it's quite an experience.


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I've been in a hurricane before. Halifax took a direct hit in 2003. I'd take hurricanes over blizzards any day.
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many people have no idea just how brutal a far east Atlantic winter can be, and I ain't talkin NY/NJ either lol

In alot of parts of the maritimes, you get pretty much locked down for weeks. Halifax is one thing, I lived there, but at least it's still attached to the mainland. PEI winters, especially before the bridge went in (ie when I was a kid) are no picnic. It's basically hell, frozen over X 100

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