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It Wasn’t Just the Warmest Year EVER in Gainesville

2015 will go down as THE warmest year on record in Gainesville. The 2.4 degree anomaly for the year is remarkable, but the numbers in December are even more incredible. December was a staggering 10.4°F above average, making it the…

Warmest Start to November on Record in Gainesville

  If you think it’s been warm for November in Gainesville, we have even bigger news for you. Not only has it been the warmest start to the month on record, this year’s numbers would also break records if they…

El Niño Effects in Florida Not Far Away

It rained most of the day in north Florida Sunday. It was also cloudy and rainy for several hours in a row on Monday. If history is any clue, there will be many more days like this than Floridians are used to in…

Unprecedented November Warmth Likely to Continue

It's really warm across the state this week.  So warm that the all-time warmest temperatures for the month of November were recorded in Jacksonville on Sunday (89°), then in Daytona Beach (90°) and Tallahassee (89°) on Monday. Several other cities…

Strong El Niño Almost Certain to Continue This Winter

We knew El Niño was coming, and on Thursday Mike Halpert, Deputy Director of NOAA's Climate Prediction Center, made it official. "2015's El Niño now ranks third behind 1997 and 1985." It was in the winter of 97-98 that 42…

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