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When is it supposed to start getting cold outside in Florida?

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Usually in the fall or winter......sometime in November

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Never. Florida doesn't get cold. Vermont and other northern places do though

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Yes it does autumn an winter I want to know what month it starts in.
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Cold in Florida is sort of a relative term, and really depends on if you are in North Florida or South Florida. In North Florida, it's usually in the 40s or 50s in the winter time, occasionally dipping into the 30s (but not all that often). In South Florida stays in the 50s and 60s in the winter.

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It gets really cold, I just want to know what month it starts getting cold.
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My whole family is from south GA/north FL, it really doesn't get that cold, compared to what it gets in many of the northern states (where it is easily in the 20s or lower in the winter). It just feels cold, because it's colder than the higher warmer weather that they have the rest of the year.

As to when the weather tends to change, usually late October, into November, but it's perfectly normal to be wearing shorts on Christmas day as well, so it just depends on the year.
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I live in central FL and we do have cold weather at times. Not for weeks at a time, but I've seen single digits at times. Usually starts in late December ends in mid to late march.

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I live in central Florida to and it does stay cold for weeks at a time, usually 40s 50s in high. I just wanna know when it starts getting cold around what month ?
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Around the end of December. Fall is between mid October to mid December. Summer winds down mid October.
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