The first batch of cold air in late October felt good,
But it also made us greedy:
When would the second arrive?
This time last year we were squarely in the “cool” colors of the graph, followed by a Thanksgiving plunge into “freezing” territory.
Okay, that’s only freezing by Naples, Florida standards,
But still, keep in mind that the graph is a “weekly” running average. That means a few daily lows plunged below 40 degrees on those weeks.
They are our “true blue” cold front:
It’s an unusually cold day in Naples when day time highs don’t break 70º F.
Believe it or not:
for a true Floridian whose blood has thinned – that’s freezing!