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Climate Change Is Making FL Winters Warmer, New Analysis Shows

Posted on AllSides March 6th, 2024
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FLORIDA — Winter temperatures in Florida have warmed an average of 0.30-0.60 degrees since 1980, according to a new analysis looking at how climate change has contributed to warmer winters in most of the country. The analysis of winter temperature data from 1980-2024 by Harry Stevens, a columnist for The Washington Post’s Climate Lab section, showed 86 percent of the continental U.S. has trended toward warmer winters over the past nearly 45 years. About 14 percent of the country is getting colder. In the Tampa Bay metro, winter has warmed...

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