Miami Snow by Darcia HelleOne day, Nick Donovan has it all; a beautiful, pregnant wife, a nice house, a great job. The next day he is on his own, starting from scratch with nothing but a few suitcases and his old truck.Nick flees to the opposite coast of Florida, trying to leave his ex-wife and the memories behind. But that couldnt happen. Soon Nick finds that he is tied to Shelley in a way that he hadnt expected. And, in her bitterness, she does everything she can to ensure his misery.Brandy is Shelleys opposite; wild, sensual, free-spirited. With Brandy, Nick is able to rebel against all that Shelley stands for. Brandy quickly leads Nick into a world of sex, drugs, and cash. And now Nick finds himself caught between the two worlds, desperate to stay afloat.
Snow in Florida
It may be chilly in South Florida right now, but 39 years ago, it actually snowed in South Florida. Yup, real snow fell from the sky. Temperatures plummeted, and snow fell as far south as Homestead and flakes even fell on the sandy shores of Miami Beach. Shivering South Floridians, young and old, looked up into the sky in total amazement as flakes landed on their faces. In those early-morning hours, snowflakes fell as far south as Homestead and daytime temperatures for the region dipped into the low 30s. But by a. Reubin Askew declared a state of emergency.
The Cold wave of January produced the only known trace of snow in the greater Miami area of Florida ever reported, although the city itself did not report any snow a trace of snow was documented in Lake Worth. It occurred following the passage of a strong cold front , in combination with a high-pressure area situated over the Mississippi River Valley. As a result, cold air moved far to the south across Florida, causing both snow flurries and record low temperatures. No snow had ever been reported in southeastern Florida before or since. One fatality occurred due to an automobile accident in Central Florida, which was related to the cold wave. Two days later, another cold front crossed Florida,  while a strong arctic high-pressure system over the Mississippi River Valley also began pushing cold air into Florida. Simultaneously, an upper-level trough associated with the second cold front contained a band of clouds and precipitation.
By Renee Chapple. The weather in Miami doesn't vary much from season to season unlike in the rest of the United States.
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Thursday is the 40th anniversary of snow falling in South Florida, an anomaly that few people could ever imagine happening in our humid, tropical climate. - But a cold front over the weekend has proved that rule wrong for shivering Floridians, bringing in a dusting of snow across the western Panhandle late Saturday night into Sunday morning.
It is very rare for snow to fall in the U. With the exception of the far northern areas of the state, most of the major cities in Florida have rarely recorded measurable snowfall, though trace T amounts have been widely recorded, or flurries observed a few times each century. According to the National Weather Service , in the Florida Keys and Key West there is no known occurrence of snow flurries since the settlement of the region. In the Miami , Ft. Lauderdale , and Palm Beach there is only one known report of snow flurries observed and in some areas a trace on the ground in January Due to Florida's low latitude and subtropical climate, temperatures cold enough to support significant snowfall are infrequent and their duration is fleeting. The mean maximum monthly snowfall in most parts of Florida is zero.