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ST PETE BEACH, FLORIDA - JANUARY 30: Michelle Foster, from Oklahoma, bundles up against the cool weather while strolling along the beach on January 30, 2022 in St Pete Beach, Florida. The temperature in central and northern Florida dipped into the 30's and high 20's overnight but will warm up after the chilly start of the day. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

The numbers are in from the National Weather Service, so which  Southwest Florida City Was Coldest This Morning? I’ll get to that. North Florida saw temperatures dip into the low 20s! Most of the Tampa and Orlando areas hovered right around the freezing point.  South Florida dipped into the 30s, some areas of SWFL even fell below freezing. It was even colder in the Tampa area. The coldest spot looks to have been Live Oak, Florida. WCTV reports they actually got into the teens. 19… but still! Live Oak is about halfway between Tallahassee and Jacksonville near the Georgia border. I can’t imagine what my dog would do if it was in the teens here. She barely wanted to go outside these past two mornings as it is.

If you want Florida warmth, it’ll be back Tuesday – but for now, the best we can do is point you to Key West.  They were in the 50s this morning. Still a little cold to be drinking outside, but I’m sure they did anyway. But as cold as it is here in Florida this morning, we’ve got it much better than the rest of the country.  Parts of the northeast is buried under 2 feet of snow. Boston had more snow in a single day in recorded history, according to NPR.  I posted some pictures from Boston below if you want to check out some snow. That’s one of my sayings. I love watching snow. On tv. In Florida.

Here’s some of the low temperatures in Southwest Florida, and see which Southwest Florida City was the coldest.

 

  • Fiddler's Creek (Naples)

    33

  • Naples

    33

  • Labelle

    33

  • Lehigh Acres

    30

  • Naples (inland)

    29

  • Felda

    29

  • Immokalee

    28

     

  • Still nothing compared to what they're dealing with up north

    I can deal with falling iguanas, this, however, I can do without: