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Old 12-13-2010, 08:57 PM   #15
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Florida weather?

Freezing in Florida? Vancouver area has around 52 F... I'm just shaking my head....
Wait a day and you run around in shorts or visit us here in Vancouver in December

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If in doubt, drain your water and run a gallon of cheap vodka through the lines. Cheap vodka is about the same price as potable water anti freeze.
Wow, If I did that I wouldn't be able to wait 'til spring to flush out the lines
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Old 12-13-2010, 09:00 PM   #17
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Turned on the heater and brought the temp up to 75. Going to go out first thing in the morning and turn the heat on again. Probably not a problem but I'll sleep better.
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Old 12-13-2010, 09:39 PM   #18
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We also are in Frozen Florida close to Sabastian Inlet. the prediction is for 26 degrees with the wind blowing less than four hundred miles per hours. I bought a 1500 wat electric heater to keep the ''sewer/water'' compartment warm tonite. I will remove and drain the water hose and roll it up after I fill the water tank. We fought this lion last year also. We were in Lakeland and the temp never got out of the 30's for ten days. Sink holes were appearing in I-4 and wells were going dry all around. Lovely...... I just love Florida for a Winter Over away from the cold in NC.....
Next year its Arizona or Bust.........

Willa and me freezing to death in Florida .......
Come to Texas next winter. San Antonio has some cold spells but they don't last long, and the Rio Grande Valley almost never freezes.

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I agree Don! The RGV is usually warmer, and less expensive than FL. Harlengen, McAllen, or Brownsville is great for city life; for those who prefer less populated areas, just look at the map RV in the Rio Grande Valley
Talked to a cousin today, she said it would be 33* tonight. They hadn't been on Ft.Myers beach in a week it was so cold and windy.
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Tomorrow night will be colder then tonight.
Check your forecast out and see how long it will be below 32
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A warm front is on the way ..... 74 today and in the seventies for the next four days. YIPPPPPPPPPPPPIE..... Hope the Indian River thaws out so we can go fishin..................... Its gettin warm again ...........

Willa and me ......
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Seajay:You sure got out in time; W N C has about closed down as well as East. Tn. AAAHHH Florida SUNSHINE enjoy my part too.
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Hi All,

I am living in my RV in Silver Springs Fla, and all though it' s cold here it is still better then 3 and blowing snow back in NW NJ!!!! On the real cold nights I put on my LP furnace which blows heat into basement! I also open gray valve, and let water in one sink run slowly! 3 winters and so far no freeze ups!! The other thing better about cold hear then in NJ, is it is for way shorter time! besides day's are sunny and in 50's or better! Back in NJ most winter days have at best 15 degrees between hi & low, most days your lucky to see a 5 degree change! Here we see a 20 - 40 degree temp change! Oh yeah I have been in heated pool & Hottub everyday since I got here Oct. 15th, something eles I would not be doing back in NJ!! So with that said Have a Great Day and Enjoy !!
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Hello,

According to the Spanish archives, in the early 1600's it got cold in FL. The St. Johns River froze over at the mouth of the river where the Spanish sailing ships could not come into the river. They report the river was frozen hard enough a man could walk across the river there and it is approximately a mile wide. The portion of the river I am speaking of is where the I95 bridge crosses the river. You all know the area. The Spanish archives are really interesting because they have things recorded in FL since the early 1500's. Gives insight the National weather service has no clue to. Most people in the USA would probably tell you it is impossible for that event to occur. Nice thing about the archives is they had no political or commercial reason to lie. They just wrote down what happened. They did not record a temperature because they did not have thermometers then. The mercury thermometer we all are familiar with did not become common in America until about the Civil War.

It will happen again if it happened before. Just hope it doesn't happen while ya'll are enjoying yourself in FL.

Just my two cents worth and isn't worth that to a lot of people.

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So just checked the weather forcast for tonight, forcast is for mid to upper 20s with the windchill in the teens.

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