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Dear Ken Johnsen  :)

the picture on Copernica Bailyana was terrefic,

and this happens to be one of my favouriates in

copernica species.

my first encounter happened with this palms just

after becoming a member of this forum.till then i

knew nothing on this copernica Sp.

thanks for the picture  :)

Love,

Kris (India).

love conquers all..

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(Ray, Tampa @ Aug. 15 2006,14:43)

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The northern end is the warmer end.  The north wind blows right over Charlotte Harbor before arriving at my location.  It's the same setup as Anna Maria Island with respect to Tampa Bay.  Anna Maria is warmer than Longboat Key further south.

I just snooped around the USF COMPS Marine station data and see that on the 1/5/01 radiational "freeze" Anna Maria only dropped to 41F.  As a relative reference, the Tampa AP logged 33F.

With the vicious winds of 1/24/03, this same station on Anna Maria still shows a bit warmer (32F) than the Tampa AP (28F).  On advective events, it looks like about half of the benefit of water was lost (not accounting for latitude differences).

Larry 

Palm Harbor, FL 10a / Ft Myers, FL 10b

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With the vicious winds of 1/24/03, this same station on Anna Maria still shows a bit warmer (32F) than the Tampa AP (28F).  On advective events, it looks like about half of the benefit of water was lost (not accounting for latitude differences).

Hey, C'mon guys.... it's still august - too early to talk about these depressing events :(

Bobby

Long Island, New York  Zone 7a (where most of the southern Floridians are originally from)

AVERAGE TEMPS

Summer Highs  : 85-90f/day,  68-75f / night

Winter Lows     : 38-45f/day,   25-35f / night

Extreme Low    : 10-20f/day,    0-10f / night   but VERY RARE

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(BobbyinNY @ Aug. 18 2006,11:44)

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With the vicious winds of 1/24/03, this same station on Anna Maria still shows a bit warmer (32F) than the Tampa AP (28F).  On advective events, it looks like about half of the benefit of water was lost (not accounting for latitude differences).

Hey, C'mon guys.... it's still august - too early to talk about these depressing events :(

Time to start winter planning Bobby!

I am doing so as we speak with various additions to the protection arsenal to help sustain my yard in the event that Armageddon arrives riding an icy horse  :D

Larry 

Palm Harbor, FL 10a / Ft Myers, FL 10b

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