That’s what a recent article in the Ft Myer’s News-Press might lead you to believe.
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It only experienced 28 consecutive days an average high temperature of 90° F or more in comparison to 130 for Ft Myers and 108 for Naples.
(It’s unclear from the article whether that’s for last summer, or a multi-year average.)
While 28 days may only seem like an awfully short summer, a closer look at the data paints the picture of a much longer season: Islanders can plan daytime highs rising at or above 85° F from May to October,
And even more alarmingly:
Night time lows stay perched above the dreaded 70° F mark for 7 straight months of the year from April to November.
Almost, 1978 was colder by 0.6° F.
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