I've been looking at the CF6 (climate) data for sites in Florida and it's been an amazingly cold winter down there when looked at from the averages. You've covered this very well these past several weeks in this blog.
My question is, besides the late 1970s, what other years historically in the record books match these anomalies in the state of Florida, especially the southern half?
We have had a cold winter locally in North Dakota, but Fargo finished the winter 1.7 degrees below normal, noticable, but now where near as cold as you all based on again the averages.
What a winter it has been in the eastern 2/3rd of the Unites States that is for sure.