For our neighbors to the North, this can be the worst time of the year for driving.
If you are like many Florida residents and formerly lived in an area where the arrival of winter meant slippery, icy streets, frequently snowstorms, and bone-chilling sub-zero temperatures, you are likely congratulating yourself on your decision to move away from all that right around now.
Driving in winter weather conditions isn’t just unpleasant, it’s also dangerous. Every snowstorm, Arctic temperature plunge, and other winter weather reports from up north bring bad news, including car crashes, long traffic delays, and the dreaded “black ice”.
Charter Bus Rental in Fort Lauderdale — Nothing But Blue Skies
In stark contrast, winter in Florida usually means temperatures dip only slightly below tropical ranges.
Depending on where you are in the state, you may need to put a light jacket on when you go out. Or you may have to wear a sweatshirt if you head down for a walk on the beach to watch the sunrise or sunset.
If there does happen to be a freeze, you can be assured it won’t last long.
But you don’t have to wear layer after layer of clothes, heavy winter coats, wool hats and waterproof gloves when you go out to shovel the sidewalks and driveways. You left all that behind when you made the wise decision to move to Florida.
Charter Bus Rental in Fort Lauderdale — It’s Hard Not to Gloat
It’s sometimes hard for Florida residents not to brag to their friends in colder climates about the weather this time of year. While the rest of the country is dealing with the brunt of winter’s worst, we are enjoying sunny skies, warm temperatures, and the best that nature has to offer.
So enjoy it while it lasts. And try not to gloat. Summer will be here soon enough.