Emotional Stages of a Florida Winter

Anna Padron, Junior Staff Writer

After a smokin’ November, Floridians were crossing their fingers for a chilly December.

*first day of December* 86 degrees outside, disappointment reigns

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Floridians finally realize that it will never get cold, so they hit the beach… in the middle of December

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Because of the heat wave, Floridians cannot wear Christmas pajamas, since there is a 100% chance they WILL die of a heatstroke.

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It’s hard to enjoy Starbucks’ holiday drinks when the temperature is hotter than the beverage!

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#WhenAllYouWantToDoIsWearASweaterButIts80DegreesOutside

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*January rolls around* slight chill in the air and Floridans bust out overcoats and boots

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The temperature continues to drop and Floridians finally can enjoy Winter!

 

 

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Two weeks later and the temperature is still in the 50s; Floridians begin to miss the warm weather

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