TampaPalms Posted February 13, 2021 Report Share Posted February 13, 2021 2 hours ago, bubba said: Once again, feel horrible for Texas but still believe it will not be as catastrophic as predicted. Something is obviously wrong when Indiantown, Fl., out in the Glades, is reporting 91F at around 1PM. This is with 75% humidity and a real feel of 130 F on February 13, 2021. Winter hot spots like this are usually reserved for RGV, California desert or Yuma, Az. Lower humidity, however... There is an article that I cannot find at the moment that simply states because of the draining of the Everglades there are more extremes in the summer and winter. There are spots to the west of Lake Okeechobee that got into the upper 20s while the rest of the area where the upper 30s. Same thing in summer upper 90s southwest of Lake O especially in the months of May and June. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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