Many people move to Florida for many reasons, but one of the biggest is to avoid winter weather in colder climates. You might be one of those people — or in the process of trying to move — and you’re just done with freezing temperatures, nasty winds and icy precipitation of all kinds.
You don’t even need to live somewhere with snow or hail. Chilly rain, blustery winds and cold temps may be enough for you to say, “Enough!”
The dream of balmy Florida winters is a like a beacon if you’re engineering a move from colder climates, and we at ICI Homes are here to tell you it’s not a mirage. Excepting the occasional cold front, Florida winters are wonderful. And you can do more from November through March than simply enjoy the warmth.
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What’s a Florida winter really like?
In a nutshell, it ranges from sometimes-chilly evenings and 60-degree daytime temperatures in the northernmost part of the state, to near-summer in south Florida. The average winter temperatures creep upward the further