Spring is different in South Florida than in most parts of the country. Though we do have seasons, their transitions are more recognizable due to changes in humidity and the amount of time the sun spends above the horizon than to temperature. And while now, in early May, it may still be chilly in parts of the U.S., it’s consistently in the 80s during the height of the day here in the sub-tropics. And a month ago the temperature wasn’t noticeably colder. It was just a bit drier outside.
Nature takes notice of these variations however. Want some evidence spring is here?
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