You know it’s cold in south Florida …
When daytime highs don’t rise above 70° F.
|The chart above shows Naples FL’s|
daytime highs and nighttime lows
forecast for this Thanksgiving
and Thanksgivings past.
By that metric, South Florida was graced with three (3) consecutive Thanksgiving Days of winter-like (i.e. at or below 70°F) cool. Thanksgivings of 2012, 2013 and 2014 were all qualified as winter days. Despite a small dose of cooler air in the lead up to this year’s feast, a warming trend in the lead up to the day will spoil that streak. In fact, the night time low for this year’s Thanks giving will match last Thanksgiving’s daytime high!
Suffice it to say, it’ll be a warm Thanksgiving in south Florida …
Which of course by Northern standards is always the case.