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Hombre de Palmas
16 minutes ago, Jimbean said:

What makes you think they will have it this year?

They are updating the climate normals this year.

They may not update the zone map, my bad.

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Aceraceae

The 2012 USDA map goes by 1975 2005 data anyway. So a 2020 or 2021 map would be half new years and cutting off a lot of cold in the late seventies and eighties. 

https://www.currentresults.com/Yearly-Weather/USA/FL/Tampa/extreme-annual-tampa-low-temperature.php 

https://www.currentresults.com/Yearly-Weather/USA/FL/Orlando/extreme-annual-orlando-low-temperature.php

Zone 10 all central FL. 

https://www.currentresults.com/Yearly-Weather/USA/FL/Miami/extreme-annual-miami-low-temperature.php

https://www.currentresults.com/Yearly-Weather/USA/FL/Fort-Lauderdale/extreme-annual-fort-lauderdale-low-temperature.php

Miami and ftl zone 11.  11b Miami Beach. 

https://www.currentresults.com/Yearly-Weather/USA/FL/Key-West/extreme-annual-key-west-low-temperature.php

 Key West would be on the edge of 12a. 

http://joedorishweather.blogspot.com/2016/09/record-hottest-and-coldest-weather_61.html

 Since frost begins happening in many locations at reported temps around 40°, 

 Miami Beach was certainly not frost free. 

 

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