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 Front Cover
 Table of Contents
 Foreword
 Main
 Mean maximum and mean minimum monthly...
 Precipitation records
 Highest and lowest temperature...
 Occurrence of last killing frost...
 Days with minimum temperatures...
 Absolute minimum temperatures 32...
 Miscellaneous data
 Maximum rainfall at regular stations...
 Average number of days with 0.01...
 Prevailing wind direction
 Average hourly wind movement and...
 Climatic averages and extremes






Group Title: Bulletin University of Florida. Agricultural Experiment Station
Title: The climate of florida
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Title: The climate of florida
Alternate Title: Bulletin 200 ; University of Florida. Agricultural Experiment Station
Physical Description: p. 89-300 : charts, maps ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Mitchell, A. J. ( Alexander Jordan ), b. 1863
Ensign, M. R.
Publisher: University of Florida Agricultural Experiment Station
Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 1928
Copyright Date: 1928
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Subject: Climate -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Statement of Responsibility: by A.J. Mitchell and M.R. Ensign.
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    Average number of days with 0.01 inch or more of precipitation
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    Prevailing wind direction
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    Average hourly wind movement and mean relative humidity
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    Climatic averages and extremes
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Bulletin 200 November, 1928




UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION

Wilmon Newell, Director

"Library, Fou'hwest Region,
Soil Conservation Service,
Albuquerque, New Mexico."





THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA

By A. J. MITCHELL,

Meteorologist, U. S. Weather Bureau, Jacksonville, Fla.

and

M. R. ENSIGN,

Truck Horticulturist, Florida Experiment Station














Bulletins will be sent free upon application to the
Agricultural Experiment Station
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA








BOARD OF CONTROL
P. K. YONGE, Chairman, Pensacola E. L. WARTMANN, Citra
E. W. LANE, Jacksonville J. T. DIAMOND, Secretary, Talla-
A. H. BLANDING, Leesburg hassee.
W. B. DAVIS, Perry J. G. KELLUM, Auditor, Tallahassee

STATION EXECUTIVE STAFF
WILMON NEWELL, D. Sc., Director IDA KEELING CRESAP, Librarian
S. T. FLEMING, A. B., Asst. to Di- RUBY NEWHALL, Secretary
rector K. H. GRAHAM, Business Manager
J. FRANCIS COOPER, B. S. A., Editor RACHEL MCQUARRIE, Accountant
ERNEST G. MOORE, M. S., Asst. Ed

MAIN STATION-DEPARTMENTS AND INVESTIGATORS
AGRONOMY ECONOMICS, AGRICULTURAL
W. E. STOKES, M. S. Agronomist C. V. NOBLE, Ph. D., Ag. Economist
W. A. LEUKEL, Ph. D., Asso. BRUCE MCKINLEY, B. S. A., Asst.
C. R. ENLOW, M. S. A., Asst.* M. A. BROKER, M. S. A.. Asst.
FRED H. HULL, M. S. A., Asst. R. H. HOWARD, B.S.A., Field Asst.
J. H. WALLACE, Asst. ECONOMICS, HOME
ANIMAL HUSBANDRY OUIDA DAVIS ABBOTT, Ph. D., Chief
A. L. SHEALY, D.V.M., Veterinarian, L. W. GADDUM, Ph. D., Asst.
in Charge C. F. AHMANN, Ph. D., Asst.
D. A. SANDERS, D.V.M., Asst. Vet.NTOMO
E. F. THOMAS, D. V. M.. Lab. Asst. T OLGY
F. X. BRENNEIS, B. S. A., Asst. J. R. WATSON, A. M., Entomologist
Dairy Investigations A. N. TISSOT, M. S., Asst.
H. E. BRATLEY, M. S. A., Asst.
CHEMISTRY
R. W. RUPRECHT, Ph.D., Chemist HORTICULTURE
R. M. BARNETTE, Ph. D., Asst. A. F. CAMP, Ph. D., Horticulturist
C. E. BELL, M. S., Asst. M. R. ENSIGN, M. S., Asst.
H. L. MARSHALL, M. S., Asst. HAROLD MOWRY, Asst.
J. M. COLEMAN, B. S., Asst. G. H. BLACKMON, M. S. A., Pecan
J. B. HESTER, B. S., Asst. Culturist
COTTON INVESTIGATIONS PLANT PATHOLOGY
W. A. CARVER, Ph. D., Asst. G. F. WEBER, Ph. D., Asso.
M. N. WALKER, Ph. D., Asst. K. W. LOUCKS, B. S., Asst.
E. F. GROSSMAN, M. A., Asst. ERDMAN WEST, B. S., Mycologist
RAYMOND CROWN, B.S.A., Field Asst. A. H. EDDINS, M. S., Asst.

BRANCH STATION AND FIELD WORKERS
W. B. TISDALE, Ph. D., Plant Pathologist, in charge, Tobacco Experiment
Station (Quincy)
Ross F. WADKINS, M. S., Lab. Asst. in Plant Pathology (Quincy)
JESSE REEVES, Foreman, Tobacco Experiment Station (Quincy)
J. H. JEFFERIES, Superintendent, Citrus Experiment Station (Lake Alfred)
W. A. KUNTZ, A. M., Assistant Plant Pathologist (Lake Alfred)
J. FRANKLIN FUDGE, Ph. D., Assistant Chemist (Lake Alfred)
GEO. E. TEDDER, Foreman, Everglades Experiment Station (Belle Glade)
R. V. ALLISON, Ph. D., Soils Specialist (Belle Glade)
J. L. SEAL, Ph. D., Associate Plant Pathologist (Belle Glade)
L. O. GRATZ, Ph. D., Associate Plant Pathologist (Hastings)
A. N. BROOKS, Ph. D., Associate Plant Pathologist (Plant City)
A. S. RHOADS, Ph. D., Associate Plant Pathologist (Cocoa)
STACY O. HAWKINS, M. A., Field Assistant in Plant Pathology (Homestead)
D. G. A. KELBERT, Field Assistant in Plant Pathology (Bradenton)
R. E. NOLEN, M. S. A., Field Assistant in Plant Pathology (Monticello)
FRED W. WALKER, Assistant Entomologist (Monticello)

"*In cooperation with U. S. Department of Agriculture.











CONTENTS
PAGE
M ETEOROLOGY ..................... ............................ ....... .............. ........ .. 95
CLIMATE ...... --.............--- -- ... ................ ....--....-- ..-...-...- ...... ........... 95
H ISTORICAL .......................- ---......... ........ ....... ... ..- .....------- ................... 97
FROST AND FROST DAMAGE-------.................. ....-........--........... 99
FLORIDA PRODUCTS ...............---..--...-.. ---.-..... ......... .......-........... 100
ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION--........--........--.. -- .................. 100
PROTECTING CROPS ........ ............ ... ...................... ............... ...... 102
SEVERE COLD WAVES -...------.. ..... ......... ---............... ... 103
How FROST INJURES PLANTS....................................................... 104
THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA.............-......----..... ..----- ........ 105
TEMPERATURE .....---- ... --------.....----.....- --. ............... 105
PRECIPITATION --...........---------... ---...- -..................... 110
RAINFALL INTENSITY .................................-----....................115
FOG ....----....-.. --.......... ..---- ... ---- --- .......-- -......................... 120
SNOWFALL ....................-- ....-- ------..- -......--.... -...... .. -...... .............-...... 120
TROPICAL STORMS ..---------...............-......- ..... ....... ................................. 120
THE PREVAILING W INDS-...--...-------........-- ..... --...... --- ..---- ........................ 122
CLIMATE AND HEALTH.........-...... ---......--. ---................................ 122

MEAN MAXIMUM AND MEAN MINIMUM MONTHLY TEMPERATURES

Apalachicola ..............-............-- 123 Kissimmee .-.......................-........ 146
A rcadia ..................................-... 124 Lake City .................................... 147
Avon Park ........--- ...................... 125 Long Key .................................... 148
Bartow ..-..........-- ...... ................-. 126 M adison -.........-..-. ...--..........---... 149
Bradenton ..............-.................. 127 M alabar ..................................... 150
Brooksville ....------..................--- 128 Marianna ...............................--- .. 151
Cedar Keys .........---... ..........-....-. 129 Merritts Island .......................... 152
Crescent City ...................---.....- 130 Miami ...... ------............................. .. 153
DeFuniak Springs .---.....--......... 131 Monticello .......---- -----................. 154
DeLand ...........--...................... ----- 132 Moore Haven .--..--.....---....-...... 155
Eustis ...................-------................... 133 New Smyrna..............---................. 156
Fernandina ...............-........-..... 134 Ocala ...............................-------......... 157
Fort Lauderdale .----.. ---..... 135 Orlando -..................................... 158
Fort Myers ............... --.............. 136 Pensacola ....---................-- ---....... 159
Fort Pierce ...........--.................... 137 Punta Gorda .--......................--. 160
Gainesville ............................... 138 Ritta ... -------- ---.................................... 161
Garniers ................................ ------ 139 St. Andrews .-.........................--- 162
Glen St. Mary............................ 140 St. Augustine ................-----........... 163
Homestead ......................-- ...... ----- 141 Sanford .......--- .....- ..-- ..-............. 164
Hypoluxo ....-------............................. 142 Tallahassee ............--................-. 165
Inverness ..... ------................---.... .... 143 Tampa ..--...-...---...........- .....----.... 166
Jacksonville ............................-- .. 144 Titusville .....................--............ 167
Key West ..............------................... 145

PRECIPITATION RECORDS

Apalachicola .............--- ................ 168 Fernandina ................................ 179
Arcadia ..........--...... ---........ --......... 169 Fort Lauderdale ...................... 179
Avon Park ......--......................--- 170 Fort Myers ......-.....................-... 180
Bartow ........-- ...........................--. 171 Fort Pierce ..............................--- 181
Bradenton .................................. 172 Gainesville .................................. 182
Brooksville ..........................---........ 173 Garniers .----------...........--........................ 184
Cedar Keys ...-------............................. 174 Glen St. M ary............................ 183
Crescent City ............................ 175 Homestead ......................-----........... 184
DeFuniak Springs .................... 176 Hypoluxo ...... ----..............----........... 185
DeLand .........................----.......------........ 177 Inverness .................................... 186
Eustis .......................................... 178 Jacksonville ................................ 187










Key West- .O.................................. 188 Ocala ......................................... 198
Kissimmee .................................. 189 Orlando ...................................... 199
Lake City .................................... 190 Pensacola .................................... 200
Long Key .................................. 191 Punta Gorda .............................. 201
M adison ...................................... 191 Ritta ........................................- 201
Malabar .....................-................ 192 St. Andrews .............................. 202
Marianna ...............................-.... 193 St. Augustine ............................ 203
Merritts Island .......................... 194 Sanford ...................................... 204
Miami .......................................... 195 Tallahassee ................................ 205
Monticello .................................. 196 Tampa ........................................ 206
Moore Haven ............................ 196 Titusville .................................... 207
New Smyrna ............................ 197

HIGHEST AND LOWEST TEMPERATURE RECORDS

Apalachicola ............................. 208 Kissimmee .................................. 231
Arcadia ...................................... 209 Lake City .................................. 232
Avon Park .................................. 210 Long Key ............-..................... 233
Bartow ....................................... 211 Madison ...................................... 234
Bradenton .................................. 212 Malabar ...................................... 235
Brooksville ................................ 213 Marianna .................................----... 236
Cedar Keys ........--- ...-- --................... 214 Merritts Island ........................ 237
Crescent City ............................ 215 Miami .......................................... 238
DeFuniak Springs .................... 216 Monticello .................................. 239
DeLand ...................................... 217 Moore Haven ............................ 240
Eustis ........................................ 218 New Smyrna .............................. 241
Fernandina ................................ 219 Ocala .......................................... 242
Fort Lauderdale ...................... 220 Orlando ...................................... 243
Fort Myers ................................ 221 Pensacola .................................... 244
Fort Pierce ................................ 222 Punta Gorda .............................. 245
Gainesville .................................. 223 Ritta ............................................ 246
Garniers ...................................... 224 St. Andrews .............................. 247
Glen St. Mary............................ 225 St. Augustine ............................ 248
Homestead ..--.............................. 226 Sanford ...................................... 249
Hypoluxo .................................... 227 Tallahassee ................................ 250
Inverness .................................... 228 Tampa ..............-...-..................... 251
Jacksonville -.........................-..... 229 Titusville .................................... 252
Key West .................................... 230

DATES OF FIRST AND LAST KILLING FROSTS ANNUALLY........................253-263
DAYS WITH MINIMUM TEMPERATURES 320, 250, 20, 18 OR BELOW........ 264
ABSOLUTE MINIMUM TEMPERATURES 32* OR BELOW, AND DATES................ 268
COMPARATIVE ANNUAL DATA ..--.............................. .................... ........ 274
COMPARATIVE DATA FOR JANUARY.................................................................. 275
COMPARATIVE DATA FOR FEBRUARY.............................. ....................... .. 276
COMPARATIVE DATA FOR MARCH................................. ............. .------.. 277
COMPARATIVE DATA FOR APRIL-.........-. .............----------.---. 278
COMPARATIVE DATA FOR MAY..............----...........--- .....--.---------- 279
COMPARATIVE DATA FOR JUNE ...................... ............. ......................... 280
COMPARATIVE DATA FOR JULY..................................................................... 281
COMPARATIVE DATA FOR AUGUST..................................................----- .. 282
COMPARATIVE DATA FOR SEPTEMBER.... ...........-..... ...--.--------.... ...----. 283
COMPARATIVE DATA FOR OCTOBER ............-.......... .----......----.. ------ 284
COMPARATIVE DATA FOR NOVEMBER..................--- ..---- ----------........ 285
COMPARATIVE DATA FOR DECEMBER-........................--- ......---------------- 286
MAXIMUM RAINFALL AT REGULAR STATIONS BY MONTHS............................ 287
AVERAGE NUMBER OF DAYS WITH 0.01 INCH OR MORE PRECIPITATION........ 293
PREVAILING WIND DIRECTION........................................................................ 294
AVERAGE HOURLY WIND MOVEMENT........................................--- ..................... 295
MEAN RELATIVE HUMIDITY......................................... ................................ 295
CLIMATIC AVERAGES AND EXTREMES ........ ---.. .................... 296










FOREWORD

Complying with the ever-increasing demand for authentic
weather data, this bulletin has been compiled in order that the
records of the various weather stations in Florida may be made
available in compact form to those whose work makes such in-
formation either desirable or necessary. In it will be found
the temperature and rainfall records together with other perti-
nent information from 45 official Weather Stations located at
various points in Florida. This information will be of great
importance to the agricultural interests of the state and of par-
ticular value to those who are occupied at the present time in
the upbuilding of our truck-growing industry; in addition to
this group of workers, the information should be useful to the
many technical men connected with the engineering, building
and manufacturing interests of the state. To those interested
we are presenting this analysis of the weather records of Flor-
ida, within the scope of one cover, believing that the time saved
to those consulting these records will justify our expenditure of
time and energy in compiling them.
The cooperative nature of the bulletin arose from the fact
that, while the Weather Bureau compiles and publishes a large
mass of detailed meteorological records, it is not the policy of
the Bureau to elaborate such data for individual states, but
rather for the country as a whole. However, the Bureau is
always glad to cooperate with state interests in the presentation
of local information in full, as in the present case. In accordance
with this policy, and realizing the great need of a convenient
compilation, the Agricultural Experiment Station has provided
for the compilation of the necessary tables from the records on
file in the Weather Bureau, and has also met the costs of their
publication in the Experiment Station series of bulletins.
The actual compilation of the tables was carried out by Messrs.
P. J. Naughton and R. L. Anderson of the Weather Bureau
office in Jacksonville and it is largely due to their strenuous
efforts that this arduous work has been completed.
The fundamental value of a compilation of the type attempted
here depends to a great extent upon the number of years for
which authentic information is available. The records for Flor-
ida cover a considerable span of time and can consequently be
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hoped, however, that from time to time it will be possible to
expand this work and bring it up to date by means of suitable
supplements covering the intervening periods, thereby adding
still further to its usefulness.
C. F. MARVIN, Chief of Weather Bureau,
United States Department of Agriculture
WILMON NEWELL, Director,
University of Florida Experiment Station










THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA
By A. J. MITCHELL and M. R. ENSIGN

INTRODUCTORY
Man lives at the bottom of an "aerial ocean," and the air he
breathes consists, chiefly, of oxygen and nitrogen in the propor-
tion of 21 to 79 parts by volume. In addition to the elements
mentioned, a small part of carbonic acid obtains; also, argon,
and a variable quantity of water vapor-sometimes approximat-
ing 3 percent by weight. The component parts of our planet
are (1) the lithosphere, or solid portion; (2) the hydrosphere,
or water-shell, and (3) an envelope of gas which- surrounds the
whole to a considerable extent, and known as the atmosphere.


METEOROLOGY

Meteorology was formerly defined as having to do with
meteors, but latterly it has been given a different definition,
namely, the science of the weather. The development and prog-
ress of meteorology have kept pace with the younger sciences.
Climate and weather are frequently used interchangeably-
incorrectly so. Weather implies transitory phenomena; climate,
fixed values or established means deduced from a long series of
observations.

CLIMATE

The unequal distribution of land and water; the distance
from the equator; the proximity and directional bearing of
mountain ranges; the elevation above sea-level, and the prevail-
ing winds, are the chief factors of climatic control.
Humboldt said: "The term climate, taken in its most general
sense, indicates all changes in the atmosphere which sensibly
affect our organs, as temperature, humidity, variations in baro-
metric pressure (conceded to be slight), and, finally, the degree
of ordinary transparency and clearness of the sky, which is not
only important with respect to the increased radiation from the
earth, the organic development of plants, and the ripening of









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SCALE OF MILES
0 to 20 00 5o 60 G-

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Fig. 52.-Normal annual temperature and precipitation, as compiled from
all available records to 1917 inclusive. Lines with numbers and the
degree mark () at the end indicate temperature; shaded portions indi-
cate inches of precipitation during the year.








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fruits; but, also, with reference to the influence of the feelings
and mental condition of man."

HISTORICAL

Florida is the most southerly unit of the sisterhood of states.
It is situated between latitudes 24" 32' and 31" N., and longitudes
79 48' and 87 38' W., having a geographic range of nearly 8*
in latitude. In the geologic birth of Florida no bold peaks were
brought forth, the humble hills of the interior, northern and
western portions, approximately 300 feet above sea-level, being
the most imposing contribution to mountain topography. It is
obvious that Florida is of recent geological formation, the sub-
strata being mostly of limestone deposited during the Upper
Eocene age. The presence of fossil coral reefs in the lower por-
tion of the peninsula shows that the land has been built up in
a manner similar to that now taking place over the keys.

EARLY WEATHER REPORTS
Florida, as a unit, or divisionally, has survived the tutelage
of four flags, viz., Spanish, French, English, and American. Dur-
ing the English occupation weather records were kept at several
points, especially along the east coast. Although the records
are fragmentary, the instruments used not so precise, and their
exposure far from the standard requirements of today; yet, the
data are of such merit as to be worthy of consideration.
Excerpts from "Forbes's Florida, New York, 1821," concerning
temperature and rainfall, show that the vagaries of Florida
weather, as it occurred more than a century ago, differed in no
material respect from those of today. "Little or no rain from
March to July," written in 1817, is peculiarly applicable to con-
ditions as they occur more than a century later-a further refu-
tation of the unsupported assertion of climatic changes during
recent decades.
EFFECTS ON FLORA
The effects of low temperature on the flora of those early days
are indicated by the writings of John Bartram, the botanist:
"The night of January 2, 1766, was the fatal night that de-
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many curious evergreens up the river (meaning, probably, the
Matanzas River) that were nearly 20 years old and in a flour-
ishing state; the young green shoots of the maple, elm, and pavia
with many flowering plants and shrubs never before hurt."
Bernard Romas, in his Natural History of Florida, 1775, says:
"On January 3, 1766, a frost destroyed all the tropical produc-
tions in the country, except the oranges. In 1774 there was a
snow storm which extended over most of Florida (meaning
what is now Northern Florida). The inhabitants long after-
wards spoke of it as 'an extraordinary white rain.'" John Lee
Williams, writing in 1837, recounts the great freeze of February
8, 1835: "A severe northwest wind blew for ten days. During
this period the mercury was 7 above zero. The St. Johns river
was frozen several rods from the shore. All kinds of fruit were
killed to the ground, and many of them never started again, even
from the roots." Commenting further on Florida Weather,
Forbes says: "At the equinoxes, particularly that of Autumn,
the rains fall heavily between 1 A. M. (1 P. M. obviously meant)
and 4 P. M., after which a serene sky, crimsoned with variegated
figures in the west, bids adieu for the day to the glowing tints
of a tropical sun."

SEMI-OFFICIAL RECORDS
Early weather observations, chiefly temperature, were initi-
ated at outlying army posts soon after Florida became a depend-
ency of the United States, continuing irregularly up to 1843, or
later. Subsequently, the Smithsonian Institution equipped a
number of stations, resulting in a more cohesive and methodical
prosecution of weather observations. In addition to the use of
more reliable thermometers with better exposure, which were
read at hours officially designated, some of the stations were
equipped with a standard barometer; one was in use at Jack-
sonville.
WEATHER BUREAU
The Weather Bureau of today, C. F. Marvin, Chief, is the suc-
cessor of the Signal Service, the Organic Law of 1870 having
authorized that a Weather Service should function under that
branch of the Army; the relationship terminated, however, July
1, 1891, when the Weather Bureau became a distinct entity
under the Department of Agriculture.








Bulletin 200, The Climate of Florida 99

FROST AND FROST DAMAGE
Surface mixture of the air results in a sustained and rela-
tively high temperature, which is unfavorable for frost deposit;
also, the presence of much moisture in the air prevents frost,
because the moisture does not let radiation from the earth pro-
ceed freely.
When the following conditions obtain frost may be expected
over areas removed from urban influences:
1: Clear skies, which favor rapid radiation.
2: No wind movement, or at least not sufficient to cause an
appreciable mixing of the air.
3: Dewpoint below 32 F.
When thermometers properly exposed indicate a temperature
of 40, or even slightly above, early in the evening, frost deposit,
locally heavy, may be expected. The character of the soil is an
important matter for the trucker, or other "grower," whose in-
terest may be affected by frost. The radiating qualities of the
soil should not be overlooked, taking cognizance of the fact that,
with regard to Florida, the dark, muck soils of the Everglades
radiate-lose heat-more rapidly than the soils of the coastal
plain, the latter being, also, favored by the proximity to water,
where the moisture content of the air is relatively high, thereby
preventing the rapid loss of heat from the surface layers. The
baneful effects of destructive frosts and freezes touch more
households and play a more conspicuous part in the economic
life of the family unit than any other factor with which farm-
ers, truckers, and fruit growers have to contend.

NO FROST IMMUNITY
No portion of Florida is immune from frost under favorable
conditions of atmospheric pressure and sky, save the islands of
the Southern Coast. In fact, sometimes "Winter chills the lap
of Spring" as indicated by the occasional frosts of April, and its
not infrequent occurrence during March over much of the cen-
tral portion of the peninsula. As agriculture and horticulture
develop in any district of the State, climatological studies be-
come more important, involving the broad questions of rainfall,
extremes and averages of temperatures, hours of insolation,
average dates of the first and last killing frost, supplemented by
the rather important factor of soil and its radiating properties.







100 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station

FLORIDA PRODUCTS
Many products grown in Florida have their natural habitat
in lower latitudes; this, in conjunction with the efforts of fruit
and vegetable growers to force production throughout the win-
ter months, in order to realize the highest market prices, entails
extra precaution in Florida as an essential to success.
The resistant power of products grown in most of the penin-
sula sections of Florida ranges from that of the tomato, bean
and Irish potato (which are frequently damaged when ther-
mometers, properly exposed, indicate temperatures in the thir-
ties) to that of citrus fruits (which withstand temperatures well
down in the twenties, provided the duration of the cold weather
is not prolonged). A temperature of 28 F. and somewhat lower,
during the first night of a cold wave, results in no damage to
citrus fruits; but a two-night cold wave with a temperature
fall to 25" F., or below, before midnight, will be attended by dis-
integration of some fruit-particularly in sections whose soil
radiates heat freely, and where groves are remote from large
bodies of water, or do not enjoy other factors that tend to sus-
tain higher temperatures during abnormal cold.
The growing period in Florida, which recognizes the necessity
of protection, has no seasonal limitation. For some winter and
spring crops, such as vegetables of various kinds, seeding begins
during August or early in September; in order to circumvent
possible disaster, resulting from unfavorable weather, seedbeds
are constantly being renewed, from which source fresh plants
are drawn, as the exigencies of winter may require. Frosts
occur occasionally over the interior of the extreme northern
portion of the State during the last week in October, but the
temperature is rarely low enough to damage any material crop
before the second or third week of November. It may be well
to add, however, that radical departures from normal conditions
have occurred over all sections of the State. February 15 is an
average date of the last dangerous frost over most of the lower
peninsula; the vagaries of the climate are indicated, however, in
the possibility of frost as late as the first week of April-fortu-
nately so rare, however, as not to merit attention.

ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION
The pressure distribution that results in the late spring frosts
of these low latitudes is worthy of attention. High pressure,














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Fig. 53.-Thermometeric and barometric chart showing atmospheric conditions likely to be followed
by frost in Florida within 24 hours. This is typical of conditions preceding Florida frosts.








102 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station

preceded, usually, by a shallow barometric depression over the
lower valleys, drifts slowly eastward over the northern half of
the peninsula. Sluggishness is a characteristic of these "highs,"
and when such conditions obtain the strong outward radiation
results in temperatures of 15" to 20' below the seasonal average
with frost southward to the prairies of the Everglades. A graph,
typical of pressure distribution and attendant frosts, is shown in
Fig. 53.
PROTECTING CROPS
Methods for protecting crops from frosts vary with the kinds
of crop, their location, the period of frost occurrence, and the
degree of cold expected. Lettuce, cabbage, and celery withstand
quite low temperatures without serious damage, except at cer-
tain periods of growth. So, too, the strawberry, except at the
time of bloom, or when the fruit has set, when a heavy frost
results in damage. One method of protection is by covering
plants with grass or straw. Some "truckers" have a system
of subirrigation and others have surface irrigation. During peri-
ods of danger the various local ditches for drainage are easily
flooded with warm artesian water. This process raises the tem-
perature of the dew point and adds heat to the air generally
with happy results for the crop. Some plants are covered with
dirt-"plowed under"-provided the plants are not too ad-
vanced; this method is effective with young tomatoes and Irish
potatoes.
The methods of protecting citrus trees and fruit multiplied
after the cold waves of recent decades. Fundamentally, how-
ever, that of dry heat-raising the temperature of the lower
layers of air-still predominates. When wood is used fires are
built throughout the groves, preparation being made in advance
by distributing cordwood in the centers of the squares. The
wood is ignited when the temperature in thermometer shelters
falls to about 26' or 28, particularly if the tendency of the
temperature is downward. During calm nights the temperature
can be raised by 40 or 6 F. Should freezing weather be attended
by high winds the method is not so satisfactory, as the wind
carries the heat from the groves. The use of oil heaters is prob-
ably the most satisfactory plan at the present time. Various
kinds are manufactured and their use has been attended with
success. Fuel oil of a low grade is used with increasing favor.
The low temperatures of winter involving the safety of the








Bulletin 200, The Climate of Florida 103

citrus fruit, and the late frosts of spring which have to do with
citrus bloom and vegetables, are discordant factors in the har-
mony of the grower's life. Action to negative the effects of
damage from cold is recognized and, by many, is methodically
carried out. There are, however, some who submit to the law
of chance, and, as a consequence, they often meet the fate of
the improvident. Long immunity from severe cold spells begets
an optimism that spells financial disaster to the grower who
yields to its seductive influence.

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SEVERE COLD WAVES
The chronological dates of recent cold waves that were dis-
astrous to citrus fruits, and largely so to groves, occurred during
December, 1894, and February, 1895 and 1899; those of Janu-
ary, 1886, and February, 1917, were but little less severe. A
minimum temperature of 2' below zero at Tallahassee on Feb-
ruary 13, 1899, is the Florida record for a century.









104 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station



















OW FROST INJURES PLANTSTON
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and also the intercellular water content of the plant. Within
certain limits this is not-or may not be-injurious, providing
the protoplasmic contents of the cell are able to absorb the water
and doi this before the cell structure collapses as a result of in-

sufficient cell turgor. Frequently the frosting of plants is fol-
lowed by sudden rising of temperature, in which case much of














"the water which was part of the cell sap in the normal condition
of the plant escapes through the cell wall into intercellular
spaces, or even from the plant entirely, and thus the protoplasm
of the cell, being unable to assume its normal condition, becomes

disorganized and decomposition follows."*
*Prof. Lake, of Oregon.
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Bulletin 200, The Climate of Florida 105

THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA
Florida's climate is insular, and the immediate and chief fac-
tors of climatic control, are: (a), latitude; (b), elevation above
sea-level, and (c), proximity to the Gulf of Mexico and the
Atlantic Ocean. The great specific heat of water has a far-
reaching effect on climate. Absolute dryness of free air does
not obtain; and water vapor gets into the air as the result of
evaporation which proceeds, practically, under all conditions;
and it is distributed by convection and wind circulation. The
amount of aqueous vapor in a cubic foot of air varies mainly
with the temperature.
In addition to the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic, there are
large bodies of water inland. The most conspicuous unit is Lake
Okeechobee, which comprises an area of 1,000 square miles. Its
influence, however, is largely local, having to do, chiefly, with
frost and damage therefrom over areas adjacent to the lake.
Water is a great conservator of heat; it takes it in and gives it
off slowly. As a consequence of the presence of the invisible
vapor in the air, the free passing of heat from the earth is
obstructed which, in a measure, prevents the occurrence, and
minimizes the effects, of frost on vegetation.
The geographical location of Florida favors long summers, as
the sun marches northward from the winter solstice, but the
convectional rains of summer and the ocean bearing winds much
of the time are favorable factors; and the weather, as a whole,
is not especially uncomfortable even when the sun is at the
most unfavorable angle.
TEMPERATURE
A difference of 4 in latitude, Jacksonville to Miami, gives
about a 6-degree change in temperature. The average seasonal
temperatures for the State, are: Summer, 80.8; Autumn, 72.5;
Winter, 59.5; and Spring, 70.4. Maxima of 100" are by no means
general during the summer; in fact, there have been months
without such record. The highest temperature ever recorded,
since the Weather Bureau Service was established in 1871, was
107; the lowest, 2' below zero, at Tallahassee, during the un-
precedeted and nationwide cold wave of February, 1899. The
mean, highest, and lowest temperatures for individual months
and years, since 1891, when the Climatological Service began in
the State, are readily ascertainable from the tabular matter
and graphs which form a part of this report.











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Fig. 56.-Absolute minimum temperatures for Jacksonville, Fla., from 1835 to 1926 incluive. (Records prior to 1891 are
unofficial but considered reliable.)








Bulletin 200, The Climate of Florida 107















Southern section

"flean nmarimum
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Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. M"ar
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Oct. Nov. Dec. lJon. Feb. Tlcr
Fig. 57.-Showing the mean maximum and mean minimum temperatures
for the northern and southern sections of Florida from October to
March, inclusive.








108 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station

July and August are the warmest months with an average
of about 81; thereafter, a rapid decline to 59 in December and
January is noted. There is a difference of only 3" between
Spring and Autumn. The summers are warmer in the interior
than on the coast, and the winters colder. Days of extreme
heat are usually followed by heat thunderstorms, with a tem-
perature drop of 15 to 20 within a short time, and lassitude,

Nov .21
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110 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station

incident to uncomfortable heat, gives way to refreshing noc-
turnal slumber.
During the warmest part of the day atmospheric circulation
is most active, the winds sweeping across the peninsula from
the ocean or gulf, and thereby mitigating, in a great measure,
the disagreeable consequences of warm days and high relative
humidity. As September and October constitute the period of
maximum cyclonic activity, there are many days when the wind
is from the north-northeast.

PRECIPITATION
Brtickner gave generous study to rainfall distribution over
Continental Europe and portions of the United States and found
"The general law that the intensity of the oscillations of rain-
fall increases with the continentality of the region," which is
true when there is great physical disparity.
The Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic ocean are the chief
sources of Florida precipitation. When condensed in sufficient
quantities, vapor falls from the clouds as rain or snow. It has
been estimated that if all the moisture in the atmosphere at one
time were condensed in the form of rain, the amount would
about equal a two-inch rainfall in the average American climate.
One-half of he precipitation in Florida occurs from June to Sep-
tember inclusive-convectional rather than cyclonic; this distri-
bution marks, also, the precipitation that falls from the Georgia
coast to Galveston, during the period indicated.
Cyclonic rains occur most frequently from November to
March inclusive, as centers of extratropical storms move east-
northeastward over continental districts. October, also, con-
tributes to the cyclonic rainfall, especially on the lower east
coast of the peninsula. While Florida is so situated geograph-
ically as to justify the expectation of generous rainfall, the State
is not entirely immune from drought-never so severe, however,
as to seriously imperil crops. There are, however, well-defined
dry and wet periods. The period of major precipitation begins,
as a rule, with June and ends with September, except that the
average rainfall during October on the southeast coast equals
that of September-due to the influence of tropical disturbances
whose average track during October is sufficiently near the
Atlantic coast line of Florida to greatly augment the rainfall for
that month.


















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the years 1892 to 1926 inclusive.
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Fig. 61.-Showing normal temperature and precipitation and the departures therefrom for the month of September
during the years 1890 to 1926 inclusive.









Bulletin 200, The Climate of Florida 113

TABLE I

Shows the number of days without measurable rainfall, as well
as the number of days during which only light rain fell which,
in effect, is a continuation of drought.

Days Rain Rain
Station Year Duration days no amt. fell
rain ins. during
Key West I1871 Jan. 14; May 3 .... .49 110 days
"1871 Jan. 13; May 3 .... .56 111 "
1893 Feb. 25; Apr. 17 52
"1906-7 Dec. 1906; May 1907 .... .85 137 "
"1922 Feb. 23; May 7 .....40 74 "
"1925 Sept. 21-25 5 ......
Miami 1913-14 Dec. 1; Mar. 31 .... 3.87 121
"1916-17 Nov. 17; Feb. 25 ... .71 101 "
"1916-17 Nov. 16; Mar. 1 .... .97 106 "
"1916-17 Nov. 17; Mar. 6 .... 1.48 110
"1916-17 Nov. 17; Feb. 4 .... .46 80 "
"1921 Nov. 27; Dec. 22 26 ... ... .
"1922 Feb. 22; Apr. 19 -.... 13 57 "
"1922 Feb. 22; Apr. 29 .... .35 67 "
"1925 Sept. 4-12 9 .... ... ....
Pensacola 1906 Oct. 6; Nov. 13 39 ... .
"1891 Oct. 4; Nov. 8 36 .... ...... ....
"1911 Jan. 4; Feb. 8 36 .... .. ....
"1914 May 6; June 8 36 .... .. ....
"1891 Sept. 14; Nov. 9 .... .14 57 "
"1911 Jan. 3; Mar. 21 .... .49 78 "
"1891 Sept. 14; Nov. 16 .... .48 62 "
"1898 Apr. 20; June 13 .... .25 55 "
"1892 Mar. 27; June 15 1.00 81 "
"1906 Oct. 6; Dec. 15 .... .88 71
"1891 Sept. 14; Nov. 20 .... .54 68
"1925 Sept. 14-25 14 ... ....
Tampa 1906-7 Dec. 24; Jan. 24 32 .. .....
"1907 Feb. 20; Mar. 31 40 .........
"1906-7 Nov. 16; Jan. 24 .... .09
"1906-7 Nov. 4; Jan. 24 .... .49 82 "
"1898 Feb. 21; May 31 .71 100 "
"1906-7 Oct. 3; Jan. 24 .... .95 114 "
"1921 Nov. 27; Dec. 22 .... .13 57
"1922 Feb. 22; Apr. 19 .. .... ....
Jacksonville 1871-2 Dec. 15; Jan. 18 35 ........
"1875-6 Dec. 12; Jan. 5 25 ..........
"1883 Oct. 24; Nov. 18 26 ........
"1883 Nov. 21; Dec. 24 34 ... ....
"1889 May 2-28 27 ........
"1889 Sept. 25; Oct. 25 31 ..........
"1889 Nov. 28; Dec. 31 34 ..........
"1892 Apr. 13; Mar. 7 25 ..........
"1895 Sept. 16; Oct. 14 29 ...... ....
"1911 Feb. 10; Mar. 13 32 ..........
"1913 Sept. 22; Oct. 18 27 ..........
1922 Nov. 2; Dec. 9 38 ... ....
"1923 Nov. 3-29 27 ........
"1925 Apr. 11; May 13 33 ..........
"1925 Ang. 31; Sept. 11 12 ...... ....








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TABLE II
Miscellaneous dry periods, mostly during winter months.

Days Rain
Station Years Months no rain amt. ins. Rain fell during

Jacksonville 1889-90 Oct. 30 1.26 1 days
1889-90 Nov. 27 .51 3 "
1889-90 Dec. 31 ... .
1889-90 Jan. 22 .63 9 "
1889-90 Feb. 22 .51 6 "
1906-7 Nov. 29 .01 1 "
"1906-7 Dec. 27 1.09 4 "
1906-7 Jan. 27 .14 4
1906-7 Feb. 22 .55 6
1906-7 Mar. 27 .76 4
1908-9 Nov. 24 .47 6
1908-9 Dec. 26 .90 5 "
1908-9 Jan. 26 1.17 5
1910-11 Nov. 26 1.64 4
"1910-11 Dec. 24 1.07 7
"1910-11 Jan. 27 .89 4
1910-11 Feb. 27 .13 1 "
1916 Jan. 22 .90 9
"1916 Feb. 25 .19 4
"1916 Mar. 27 .59 4
"1916 April 26 .46 4
1917 Jan. 26 .41 5
1917 Feb. 22 1.46 6
1917 Mar. 25 1.82 6
"1917 1 April 23 .82 7 "
1917 May 25 1.83 6 "
1917 October gave only .38....
1917 November gave only .23....
1921 September gave only 1.73


Under drought conditions, chiefly in Spring and Autumn,
the monthly rainfall has averaged less than one inch during the
various months, except June to October, inclusive. The greatest
monthly rainfall at individual stations was 39.08 inches at New
Smyrna in October, 1924; the greatest 24-hour amount, 23.22
inches, at the same station. The following are the greatest an-
nual amounts, inches and hundredths, as recorded in the several
divisions: Western division: Molino, 97.61; Central, Fort
Meade, 93.63; Southern, Fort Pierce, 96.39, and Northern, Fer-
nandina, 83.30 inches, the distribution showing that the out-
standing factors in the causation of the precipitation being
cyclonic, chiefly, during winter and convectional during the sum-
mer, plus the contributions resulting from tropical storms and
hurricanes.








Bulletin 200, The Climate of Florida 115

The average seasonal rainfall, inches and hundredths, is:
Winter, 3.00 inches per month; Autumn, 4.39; Summer, 6.94,
and Spring, 3.12 inches. The lean years show, in many instances,
more than 50 percent less rainfall, when compared with the
years of maximum precipitation. The driest month, as a rule,
is November with an average of 2.25 inches; the wettest, July,
with an average of 7.22 inches. All districts of the State have
received annual amounts in excess of 80 inches, the marked
excesses being more frequent in coastal districts than in the
interior, although, in the absence of physical contrasts, the
differences are of little moment.

RAINFALL INTENSITY
Rainfall intensity is in demand by engineers, builders, and
developers generally, and the tabular data covering the various
months will meet their needs in that respect. The greatest
amounts, inches and hundredths, for the periods 5 minutes to
24 hours, inclusive, are given below for the six regular stations
of the Weather Bureau.

5 min. 10 min. 15 min. 30 min. 1 hour 2 hours 24 hours monthly
1.05 1.66 2.27 3.63 4.30 7.08 15.10 27.86
The data hold good, relatively, for localities in the interior,
where instrumental registrations are not available. As previ-
ously indicated, the greatest 24-hour and monthly amounts oc-
curred at the cooperative station at New Smyrna, Volusia
County.

AVERAGE NUMBER OF RAINY DAYS BY DIVISIONS
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Annual
Western
11 11 10 6 7 10 15 14 9 6 7 10 116
Northern
9 9 8 7 10 14 15 15 14 9 8 7 125
Central
8 7 7 6 8 18 18 20 19 9 6 7 133
Southern
8 7 5 4 8 12 13 15 16 12 8 7 115








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Eustis New Smyrna
Fig. 62.-Average monthly rainfall in inches at Lake City, Pensacola,
Eustis and New Smyrna.







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Fig. 63.-Average monthly rainfall in inches at Tallahassee, Marianna,
Gainesville and Jacksonville.








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Fort Myers and Miami.







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Tampa Sanford
Fig. 65.-Average monthly rainfall in inches at Fort Pierce, Ritta, Tampa
and Sanford.








120 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station

FOG
Dense fog occurs on 12 to 14 days over the western and
the extreme northern portions of the State chiefly, from No-
vember to March, inclusive, diminishing southward to about 10
on the west-central coast, and somewhat less than that figure
on the east-central coast. Dense fogs are exceedingly rare in
the extreme south, the record for Key West being 15 during the
last 32 years. Fog occurs in the Everglades district to the west
of Miami when not observed on the coast; frequently, it is a
fog-smoke combination, rarely continuing longer than a few
hours during the forenoon.
SNOWFALL
Snowfall in measurable amounts occurs over the western and
the extreme northern counties during long intervals of years;
and appreciable amounts have occurred as far south as the cen-
tral portion of the peninsula under extreme conditions, such as
obtained during the epochal cold waves of January, 1886; De-
cember, 1894, and February, 1895 and 1899.
In the absence of official records, the historical report of
heavy snowfall over extreme northern Florida during February,
1835, has been accepted as authentic. Records of exceptional
snowfall since 1871, in respect to the regular Weather Bureau
stations, and since 1891, when the Climatological Service was
established throughout the State, are as follows:
Amounts,
Yrs. Month __Stations inches and tenths
1835 February Jacksonville Not definitely known
1895 Pensacola 3.0
Tallahassee 2.0
Lake City 1.0
1899 Archer 1.5
Jasper 2.0
Lake Butler 4.0
"Lake City 3.0
Gainesville 1.0
Tarpon Springs 1.0
DeFuniak Springs 1.5
Haywood 3.5
Tallahassee 1.0
Jacksonville 1.9
Pensacola 2.1
Tampa 0.1
Bartow 0.4
Ft. Myers, a trace of snow

TROPICAL STORMS
The equatorial belt is a region of frequent rains, high temper-
atures, and thunderstorms. This region, known as the dol-
drums, shifts tardily to northward when the sun advances to-








Bulletin 200, The Climate of Florida 121

ward the summer solstice, and starts to return southward after
the sun has made considerable recession toward the equator.
The Atlantic ocean doldrums, when they have temporarily
shifted 8 or 10 north of the equator, are the geographical
birthplace of most of the storms that move northwest or north
toward the American coast. These storms are generally referred
to as cyclones; when of unusual severity they are designated,
hurricanes. September and October are the months of greatest
storm activity, disturbances being less frequent in July and
August; their occurrence in November is infrequent.
"Severe storms annually in Florida" is a bogie that is always
disquieting, because, as a matter of fact, such storms are no
more Florida's than they are New York's. The only excuse for
such assertion is the fact that Florida is nearer their place
of origin and path of progression than is any other State unit.
Such storms frequently do more damage on the north and
middle Atlantic coast than elsewhere, as was the case during
the summer and fall of 1927. The tornadoes of the west and
central-west, affecting relatively small areas, are far more nu-
merous, and, in the matter of aggregate loss of life, as compared
with the mortality from tropical storms in the United States,
sustain a ratio of about 10 to 3. The field of activity of the
tropical storm is, chiefly, marine; that of the tornado largely
continental. The hurricane of September, 1926, at Miami, was
an epochal one with respect to damage, wind velocity, baromet-
ric pressure and loss of life. Its lowest barometer, 27.61 inches,
is the American record of barometric pressure.
High winds may be expected, particularly on the coast, dur-
ing the late summer and early autumn, as tropical disturbances
move northward, but such storms are by no means of annual
occurrence. Their influence is most frequently felt over the
southern portion of the state. During recent decades they have
moved northwestward over the Gulf of Mexico rather than
north-northeastward, their path of progression being governed,
chiefly, by pressure conditions over the western Atlantic. The
wind velocity of tropical storms ranges from 50 to more than
60 miles an hour, depending upon the intensity and the location
of the storm center with regard to the coast; they rarely center
the peninsula in their northward progression. Wind velocities
of 60 miles an hour are infrequent, except during tropical storms
or very severe thunderstorms; in the case of the latter, the
duration is rarely more than a few minutes.

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THE PREVAILING WINDS
The prevailing winds during the spring are from the south-
east; summer, from the southwest; autumn and winter, from
the northeast. The wind circulation over the most southerly
portion of the State shows a constancy somewhat characteristic
of the trade winds-the only portion of the country where such
conditions are manifested on or near the mainland.

CLIMATE AND HEALTH
Before Science, largely Medical Climatology, proved that man,
even a white man, could live in the tropics, a residence in lower
latitudes was thought to be an issue of the "survival of the
fittest"-malaria and its concomitants versus the white man's
evasiveness and resistance.
Vital statistics show that the "expectancy" of life has been
progressively increasing during recent decades, but the same
authority asserts that the increase is due to the conservation
of child-life; that, in reality, the adult life, after 50 years shall
have passed, shows no increase, rather, a recession, as compared
with previous decades.
This unfavorable record may not be due to climate, but it is
known that a friendly climate should be sought long before the
approach of the years of Biblical limitation. A climate of much
sunshine, mild winter temperatures, infrequent fog, and a mod-
erate number of rainy days, is the ideal one. As mortality is
greater during the winter than the summer, it follows that it is
greater in cold countries than in countries of moderate tem-
peratures.
The sunshine element is the most sought, of all climatic fac-
tors, especially during the winter and spring, when much of the
United States is curtained with clouds. With respect to sun-
shine, The Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society,
February, 1927, comments, as follows, on Florida:
"Florida has the sunniest winter climate in the eastern
"United States. The Florida peninsula not only has the highest
percentage of possible sunshine, over 60 percent in winter and
over 70 percent in spring, but, also, because of its latitude, the
most intense sunlight of any lowland east of Texas. In Decem-
ber the intensity of sunshine in Florida exceeds that in the north
by over 50 percent. * * and for this reason, if for no other,
Florida could claim its place as a fine winter health resort."








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MEAN MAXIMUM AND MEAN MINIMUM MONTHLY

TEMPERATURES

APALACHICOLA, FRANKLIN COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.l Apr. May I June! July Aug.I Sep. I Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

191(... 61.9 61.9 71.5 74.4 81.5 83.6 86.1 87.5 86.3 79.8 70.4 60.5
1911... 65.1 69.8 72.2 75.6 83.1 89.3 87.3 86.6 88.3 81.8 68.7 65.1
1912.... 60.8 60.1 67.3 75.3 83.3 84.6 89.3 85.7 85.4 79.2 68.2 65.1
191.... 67.4 65.1 68.5 75.3 80.9 84.6 90.6 90.0 84.5 80.6 73.0 65.7
1914.... 65.1 63.3 67.1 78.3 86.6 93.5 91.4 91.1 86.2 79.5 70.7 160.5
1915.... 60.9 63.1 64.9 77.0 I 86.5 93.4 92.5 92.6 90.0 80.9 75.5 64.7
1916,.. 68.6 66.5 70.4 76.5 85.9 87.4 87.7 90.6 87.8 80.8 73.6 66.4
1917L... 69.7 64.8 71.7 74.8 ..-----.. ------ 88.0 886 84.2 76.6 69.2 I 58.9
1918..... 58.0 .... 75.6 74.4 82.0 89.7 89.7 90.1 85.6 81.8 69.3 62.3
1919.... 62.3 62.5 72.0 74.6 81.2 87.8 87.9 89.9 87.8 87.9 75.3 65.6
1920.... 63.2 61.9 66.3 74.3 82.0 87.5 90.9 89.1 87.5 79.6 68.9 62.3
1921-'.. 66.3 66.0 77.2 77.5 82.5 91.6 88.0 90.0 92.3 78.6 74.6 69.7
1922. 62.3 68.5 j 72.1 79.6 85.2 89.9 87.8 84.5 82.9 75.8 71.3 1 66.8
1923-... 64.5 63.8 1 67.8 73.5 78.5 82.7 84.9 85.3 84.6 75.1 66.4 65.9
1924... 58.3 60.9 62.5 72.0 78.0 87.2 87.3 88.8 81.3 74.2 69.5 1 62.4
1925... 62.4 64.2 70.0 74.8 78.5 84.6 88.2 86.8 88.5 79.8 67.0 60.7
1926-.. 57.9 64.4 63.6 71.8 79.2 84.3 86.2 87.6 85.6 78.9 65.0 1 66.4
MeansI 63.2 64.2 69.5 75.3 82.2 I 87.6 88.5 88.5 1 86.4 79.5 I 70.4 1 64.1

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year Jan. I Feb. Mar.l Apr. May I Junel July I Aug.1 Sep. I Oct. I Nov.l Dec.
I I
1910.... 43.9 45.7 54.6 57.6 65.8 71.7 74.9 75.4 72.4 65.8 51.0 41.6
1911.... 50.3 53.5 56.5 62.3 67.9 75.5 73.9 75.5 75.3 67.2 51.6 51.7
1912.. 45.3 43.2 54.0 63.1 69.8 73.3 75.9 74.3 73.9 67.0 51.1 48.5
1913.... 53.9 ..... 55.8 60.6 65.7 70.7 75.4 73.6 69.3 57.6 52.6 49.2
1914.... 45.7 45.7 47.1 59.4 65.3 73.6 74.4 73.5 69.5 62.1 51.5 46.7
1915... 44.2 45.9 44.9 55.7 69.0 72.5 74.8 75.9 73.0 65.1 54.2 44.3
1916.... 52.5 46.3 50.8 54.8 67.3 71.9 74.5 73.0 69.2 62.6 52.3 47.8
1917.... 53.0 47.8 57.2 59.9 ...... ...... 72.6 72.6 69.1 55.4 45.9 40.3
1918..-- 39.6 ..... 60.1 57.1 66.0 72.3 71.2 71.8 67.7 70.2 51.7 48.8
1919.... 43.4 47.9 54.5 55.7 64.9 72.3 73.9 72.8 70.5 71.4 58.5 45.0
1920-.... 49.3 44.4 47.4 58.8 64.5 69.7 72.5 .71.9 70.6 58.0 46.0 42.7
1921.... 47.2 48.0 58.4 58.5 61.4 71.8 73.5 73.5 72.7 60.4 56.5 50.7
1922.... 148.1 53.6 53.6 62.1 67.3 73.0 73.5 74.2 71.4 65.3 57.7 55.0
1923...- 50.7 50.2 55.0 60.8 66.5 72.4 73.1 75.4 72.8 61.9 50.7 55.3
1924-..: 43.5 47.2 50.2 60.7 65.2 75.3 74.5 75.5 71.2 60.9 54.1 1 50.5
1925..-- 51.5 52.1 56.0 62.0 66.4 73.9 75.4 74.1 77.0 66.1 52.3 1 45.7
1926.... 46.0 48.8 49.9 58.6 65.7 72.3 74.5 76.1 74.9 64.1 49.6 I 52.7
Means 147.5 48.0 1 53.3 59.3 1 66.2 72.6 74.0 74.1 71.8 63.6 52.2 48.0


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ARCADIA, DESOTO COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. Mar.i Apr. May Junel July I Aug. Sep. Oct. I Nov.T Dec.

1910-... 74.2 76.2 81.7 86.3 90.5 92.0 91.3 91.2 89.9 81.5 76.5 '70.0
1911.--- 77.5 79.8 83.5 88.9 89.5 94.8 92.7 91.5 92.0 89.7 81.3 | '78.5
1912.... 75.0 70.6 82.1 88.0 90.1 89.0 91.7 92.2 90.4 86.3 76.3 1 7.2
1913... 79.4 78.1 82.9 83.3 90.0 92.2 93.1 88.6 88.5 83.0 78.6 4.0
1914.... 71.9 75.3 76.5 84.8 89.6 93.4 93.1 94.3 90.0 85.5 77.7 I 75.3
1915 ... 71.5 73.2 72.4 .--- ... ..... 92.7 94.4 91.1 ...... . 72.7
1916..| 79.4 78.0 80.8 --. ...... .... 92.6 93.2 90.3 86.5 79.6 77.3
1917 --- 79.9 77.1 86.2 85.6 90.3 88.8 91.3 92.5 88.5 85.0 ...... ....
1918-.i. 70.9 ......- - ..... -- ---- . ......
1919...--- --- ...... 810 90.0 90.7 92.7 94.8 90.6 90.2 79.5 1174.6
1920.... 75.0 69.6 80.2 85.0 88.4 91.5 90.7 92.8 90.9 81.9 77.3 72.9
1921 .. 74.5 76.7 86.4 87.7 89.0 94.9 91.9 ...... .... -.. ...-
1922-..-- ..--.. -....- .... ...... .. ... -- ...... .. .. 84.9 79.8 78.8
1923-.. 76.6 77.6 84.1 86.5 86.9 88.7 90.1 91.9 90.0 83.3 75.8 I--
1924 ..... 72.0 74.5 84.7 89.3 93.3 90.7 93.4 89.5 81.6 79.0 75.4
1925.. 77.5 78.2 81.2 85.0 86.7 90.8 91.2 91.3 92.3 88.8 79.6 73.3
1926... 71.6 75.4 76.7 83.6 87.6 91.5 91.7 91.9 91.5 88.5 80.0 80.1
Means 75.4 75.6 80.7 85.8 89.1 91.7 91.8 92.4 90.4 85.5 78.51 75.4

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.1 Apr. I May I Junel July I Aug.I Sep. I Oct. I Nov'. Dec.

1910 46.1 49.2 50.3 52.3 61.4 67.0 68.5 70.2 67.7 64.5 48.9 42.1
1911. 51.2 48.4 54.9 62.2 62.8 68.2 68.9 70.6 70.0 67.6 62.4 55.8
1912 .. 55.2 48.3 62.2 67.2 71.1 72.8 73.5 72.4 72.8 69.8 57.2 59.4
1913 ... 59.9 57.6 63.5 60.2 65.1 70.4 70.8 72.1 71.4 61.9 58.8 55.5
1914 ... 51.0 54.4 50.2 61.6 67.1 69.5 71.0 71.3 69.7 65.5 56.5 55.9
1915 .. 52.9 51.6 47.2 .... ...... .. 72.1 71.9 71.6 ... ...... 46.3
1916.... 56.5 50.0 47.2 ....-- - --- ------- ...... 56.4 50.8
1917 .. 53.1 51.4 56.0 55.3 59.3 63.9 71.1 75.2 74.0 65.3 5..-- -I
1918. 39.4 ...... ..... . ... ... I ..--..
1919. ...... .. ..... 58.0 65.7 71.8 71.8 73.1 71.2 69.9 64.7' 51.7
1920-.1 52.2 45.9 53.4 61.5 64.4 68.0 70.9 70.8 70.3 61.6 56.9 50.2
1921.... 50.5 51.8 59.7 59.5 60.5 68.0 70.0 .. .....--- -- --- -. -
1922 --.... .. .... -- .... .. -- . 68.2 59.1. 55.0
1923.... 48.3 52.2 57.1 60.0 63.2 69.9 70.1 70.6 69.3 62.0 49.8 53.0
1924 -. 53.5 47.1 50.1 59.5 62.5 69.1 72.0 72.5 70.4 64.7 53.4 54.3
1925.... 56.6 51.1 52.0 55.6 63.0 69.1 70.8 71.3 71.2 64.9 55.' 51.1
1926 ..- 48.7 48.2 48.9 56.7 61.7 67.6 70.9 71.0 70.4 62.1 51.8 52.0
Means 51.7 50.5 1 53.8 59.2 63.7 68.9 i 70.9 71.8 70.8 65.2 56.3 1 52.4








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AVON PARK, HIGHLANDS COUNTY

Mean Maximum Temperature

Year Jan. Feb. Mar.l Apr. May June! July Aug.l Sep. Oct. Nov.J Dec.

1910 ... 73.3 75.6 80.2 85.2 88.3 89.8 89.7 90.1 90.5 82.5 76.7 1 69.1
1911.... 77.0 78.5 82.7 1 86.2 85.8 92.3 90.8 90.5 91.0 89.5 80.7 1 77.6
1912.... 72.0 71.2 .--- ---.. 87.5 86.5 90.3 90.6 89.7 84.8 75.9 77.2
1913.... 79.2 75.9 81.2 81.6 87.7 89.0 92.0 88.1 87.5 82.5 76.8 72.6
1914.... 70.2 73.8 75.6 83.0 -.. ... ....-... --- 74.5 71.8
1915.... 68.5 71.6 69.3 79.9 89.9 90.6 90.5 91.7 88.9 83.8 78.5 70.1
1916.... 78.0 75.1 79.0 84.0 89.1 90.0 89.7 90.8 87.5 82.1 75.3 75.0
1917... 77.4 77.0 83.0 85.6 87.7 90.2 91.3 89.3 86.6 82.3 73.4 70.3
1918.... 70.3 79.8 81.4 81.2 86.2 90.6 89.1 90.3 87.1 84.7 78.4 72.9
1919.... 70.3 72.3 78.3 82.0 85.7 86.4 88.2 90.4 87.2 89.2 80.8 75.5
1920.... 74.3 72.4 78.7 82.3 85.7 88.0 88.0 89.2 86.9 81.8 76.3 73.0
1921.... 74.2 74.2 82.4 81.0 83.8 89.6 88.3 89.9 90.9 82.3 80.4 78.3
1922.... 73.5 80.2 82.1 87.5 88.7 90.0 90.1 88.8 87.9 84.9 79.7 78.6
1923. ... 76.6 77.4 84.1 85.9 85.9 88.0 89.6 91.9 89.3 82.9 76.3 78.3
1924 ... 73.4 72.1 75.4 84.8 89.2 93.8 90.6 92.2 89.2 80.3 78.0 I78.5
1925.... 76.2 77.2 79.6 83.8 85.8 89.5 89.4 89.6 ... 88.2 77.5 71.3
1926.... 70.6 74.5 75.7 81.6 86.8 1 89.4 89.5 90.7 89.2 86.3 77.9 78.8
Means 73.8 75.2 79.2 83.5 87.1 89.6 89.8 90.3 88.6 84.3 77.5 1 74.6

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. Mar.i Apr. I May June_ July I Aug.I Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec.
I -i---y - -- - - - -- ~ I --
1910.... 47.3 49.5 53.8 56.0 64.7 68.7 ...... 72.6 70.9 64.2 51.1 44.4
1911.... 53.0 51.2 55.8 62.8 64.2 69.8 71.1 72.0 70.7 69.2 61.8 56.5
1912.... 53.5 48.8 ..... ...... 69.2 70.6 72.4 72.1 72.4 69.6 56.4 58.1
1913.... 59.0 56.5 62.0 58.6 64.0 68.2 71.6 71.9 70.9 62.6 58.1 56.1
1914... 51.5 53.7 51.5 61.5 .... .. ..... ..... .... ... 58.5 55.0
1915.... 53.3 52.9 49.4 57.8 69.2 70.7 73.4 73.8 73.1 69.1 60.3 49.4
1916... 59.0 51.5 52.2 58.8 67.2 69.0 71.9 71.4 71.3 68.1 58.5 54.5
1917-... 56.9 52.0 59.0 59.7 63.4 69.1 72.3 72.3 71.2 65.4 53.7 49.0
1918.... 46.7 57.6 61.2 61.7 65.3 69.2 70.8 71.5 70.1 69.5 59.1 54.2
1919.... 52.4 54.4 59.8 60.0 66.0 70.2 71.8 72.5 72.0 70.2 61.5 55.2
1920.... 53.1 51.7 54.5 63.1 64.9 69.1 71.5 72.3 71.2 64.0 58.9 54.5
1921 .... 53.8 54.4 61.4 61.2 64.0 69.8 71.4 72.2 71.5 66.4 61.2 57.0
1922.... 52.7 56.5 58.7 63.8 66.8 71.0 71.8 72.1 70.4 69.6 61.2 58.5
1923.... 54.1 55.2 60.4 63.8 65.6 71.1 72.0 72.4 71.0 64.7 55.0 57.4
1924.... 55.2 50.1 53.5 62.8 66.3 71.7 73.1 74.5 71.9 66.4 58.1 57.8
1925.... 59.0 55.0 57.5 60.5 65.5 70.9 72.6 73.2 ...... 68.1 59.9 53.4
1926.... 51.9 52.5 53.7 60.8 65.5 71.0 73.1 73.0 73.1 66.3 57.1 56.6
7 5 5 0. 5.7 700 72.1 72.571.4 7.1 58.3 54.6
Means 53.7 53.1 56.5 60.8 65.7 70.0 72.1 72.5 71.4 67.1 58.31 54.6








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BARTOW, POLK COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. I Mar.I Apr. I May I June) July Aug.l Sep. I Oct. I Nov.J Dec.

1910.... 71.4 73.9 81.1 86.3 90.5 92.0 ..... 92.3 91.6 83.8 760 I68.1
1911.... 74.7 78.9 82.4 87.2 87.9 94.6 92.0 90.9 92.3 89.2 77.0 76.9
1912.... 70.1 68.9 80.3 85.4 885 87.6 91.5 92.1 89.5 862 75.1 76.0
1913.... 77.5 76.8 79.7 80.9 87.2 88.8 92.3 89.0 88.0 83.3 77.4 73.5
1914... 71.5 72.5 75.0 82.9 89.1 93.6 92.3 93.2 87.3 84.5 75.9 71.1
1915.... 68.3 70.9 70.3 81.3 89.9 91.3 92.0 93.3 90.0 85.9 80.1 I69.9
1916.... 78.0 75.1 78.8 83.4 88.7 90.4 91.4 91.7 89.2 83.6 77.1 74.2
1917.... 77.2 73.7 82.9 85.4 89.0 91.2 91.6 90.6 87.4 82.7 73.7 68.7
1918... 67.7 80.1 83.4 83.4 86.5 90.7 91.1 92.9 89.0 87.4 79.7 72.7
1919.... 71.6 71.2 80.6 80.5 88.2 89.1 92.0 93.4 91.2 91.3 80.6 75.0
1920.... 75.6 71.1 79.0 84.0 87.1 90.0 91.9 92.2 90.9 83.8 76.1 77.6
1921.... 79.8 79.5 88.5 86.9 88.3 92.4 90.4 93.3 93.5 85.7 82.0 77.1
1922.... 71.3 78.8 82.2 89.6 89.8 91.1 92.0 90.6 87.6 85.2 80.6 77.0
1923.... 73.1 76.7 83.9 87.3 87.0 89.5 91.0 94.0 91.1 83.3 77.3 78.4
1924.... 72.6 71.6 75.2 85.8 89,6 94.1 91.6 95.4 91.4 80.8 78.3 76.9
1925.... 75.3 77.6 79.4 85.1 86.2 90.9 91.2 93.1 94.8 87.8 77.0 68.1
1926.... 69.1 74.6 74.8 ...... 87.4 90.3 91.5 93.0 90.0 87.0 76.3 76.7
Means 73.5 74.8 79.9 84.7 88.3 91.0 91.6 92.4 90.3 85.4 77.7 74.0

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year J Jan. ( Feb. I Mar.l Apr. I May I Junel July I Aug.I Sep. I Oct. I Nov.I Dec.

1910.... 42.1 46.4 50.5 53.1 63.1 68.1 ...... ...... ... 64.0 47.7 40.7
1911.... 50.8 49.1 53.7 61.6 62.5 67.8 69.5 70.5 69.4 67.6 59.1 53.7
1912.... 48.0 41.4 57.4 63.4 67.4 69.9 71.7 70.4 70.7 67.2 51.7 55.3
1913.... 56.7 53.9 60.7 55.1 60.2 65.3 69.5 70.3 67.4 57.3 54.3 51.2
1914.... 47.6 51.0 47.0 58.6 64.0 68.7 69.8 69.9 67.7 63.3 54.2 52.7
1915.... 49.6 49.4 44.2 52.9 67.3 68.3 70.6 71.1 70.3 65.9 53.7 42.4
1916.... 55.5 45.8 46.0 53.9 65.0 67.7 70.9 69.6 67.7 64.4 53.8 49.9
1917.... 52.7 46.8 55.6 56.3 60.7 68.0 71.3 71.8 70.6 62.6 48.7 44.5
1918.... 43.9 55.7 59.3 59.4 63.6 69.7 69.5 69.1 67.1 67.5 54.3 51.2
1919.... 49.2 52.8 56.5 56.2 63.3 68.6 70.7 71.0 70.1 ( 67.5 58.6 47.6
1920.... 50.2 48.3 53.2 62.0 64.5 68.9 70.5 70.9 70.4 60.4 54.2 1 49.4
1921.... 49.6 50.1 59.6 60.0 61.2 69.5 71.6 71.4 70.3 65.4 56.8 54.0
1922.... 51.2 55.1 57.8 62.3 66.2 70.1 71.2 71.5 70.2 67.8 59.1 54.3
1923.... 48.0 51.8 58.1 61.7 63.8 69.9 70.1 70.7 69.9 62.3 50.6 53.9
1924.... 53.9 47.1 50.2 59.9 62.7 70.0 71.7 72.7 70.6 63.4 52.8 54.0
1925.... 56.8 50.8 53.0 57.1 63.0 69.5 71.3 72.4 71.9 64.8 55.8 50.3
1926.... 49.1 48.4 51.3 58.0 63.5 69.1 71.7 72.5 72.4 63.2 52.4 52.8
Means 50.3 49.6 53.8 58.3 63.6 68.8 70.7 71.0 69.8 64.4 54.0 1 50.6









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BRADENTON, MANATEE COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.r Apr. I May | June! July I Aug.l Sep. I Oct. | Nov.1 Dec.

1910.... 68.7 72.2 75.2 78.7 86.4 88.9 ...... ...... ...... 80.2 71.9 65.3
1911... 71.9 73.3 76.4 82.6 83.8 889 88.2 87.3 87.8 85.0 77.7 74.4
1912.... 69.5 67.2 76.7 82.4 85.6 85.7 88.3 88.6 86.8 84.1 ...... ....
1913.... ..... 75.3 80.3 80.5 85.3 87.8 I90.3 889.5 89.5 183.1 79.3 72.9
1914.... 70 5 71.6 73.8 81.4 87.4 89.5 90.4 92.5 88.9 84.7 77.3 I 72.0
1915 .... 9.0 71.0 67.6 79.3 87.1 90.2 89.9 91.2 90.5 86.2 78.8 ( 70.2
1916... 78.5 72.6 74.1 79.1 85.5 ( 88.4 90.7 90.3 87.6 84.3 78.2 ( 73.5
1917.... 76.8 739 181.5 83.0 1 4.11 8996 90.3 89.9 99.0 83.2 1 746 1 700
1918..... 68.2 79.5 82.2 81.9 87.6 89.7 91.2 93.0 89.4 87.4 77.8 73.5
1919.... 70.0 71.4 79.1 81.6 186.0 88.4 89.2 91.4 89.5 89.9 80.2 I 73.2
1920....1 73.5 8.5 I 75 0 79.5 84.6 88.6 90.5 91.8 90.1 84.2 78.4 71.9
1921....I 75.3 76.0 81 82 8.2 1848 90.81 89.2 92.5 9.2 1 84 5 81.7 1 77.2
1922....- 73.9 79.1 181.3 ( 85.7 87.6 90.3 ( 90.7 89.3 88.1 85.6 80.4 1 77.3
1923....- 74.9 74.6 81.0 84.4 85.9 I 88.5 91.7 93.1 91.8 83.6 76.1 78.3
1994 .... 73 0 70.4 72.4 82.6 1 86.7 92.9 91.5 192.9 I901 82.2 78.2 76.9
1925.... 74.9 75.1 1 78 2 82.3 I 86.3 ( 90.4 90.4 92.2 92.9 I 88.1 77.6 70.5
1926....? 69.8 73.2 74.3 1 80.5 1 86.1 89.9 1 91.7 92.2 91.2 I 86.9 77.2 77.0
Means | 72.4 73.2 (77.2 I 81.7 1 85.9 1 89.3 90.3 91.1 89 8 84 9 77.8 1 73.4
Values to June, 1910, are for Manatee, 2 miles east of Bradenton.
Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. Mar.' Apr. I May I Junel July I Aug.I Sep. I Oct. I Nov.1 Dec.

1910.... 48.4 1 50.7 I 55.0 58.6 66.8 70.1 ...... 67.1 51.2 1 45.5
1911.... 52.5 52.5 54.7 62.2 63.1 69.2 70.7 71.9 71.1 70 0 62.8 I 56.7
1912.... 53.4 47.7 59.6 65.5 68.1 71.4 73.4 72.7 72.3 68.7 ......I....
1913.... ...... 54.4 59.8 57.2 ..... 65.1 ...... 71.4 69.0 59.7 56.5 I 53.3
1914.... 50.0 51.8 49.6 59.8 64.9 69.5 70.5 70.9 69.5 64.9 55.7 55.3
1915.... 51.3 ) 51.0 47.3 55.0 66.6 70 0 72.2 72.4 I 71.2 67 5 56.8 46.6
1916.... 56.4 49.7 48.3 55.0 64.8 67.6 70.6 70.5 I 69.0 66.8 55.6 51.0
1917.... 52.7 47.4 54.3 55.7 59.6 68.2 71.6 71.6 I 70.1 ...... 51.7 I 46.2
1918.... 45.9 55.5 57.9 60.4 64.2 70.6 71.1 70.4 ...... 68.7 57.2 1 53.7
1919.... 50.5 53.6 57.9 56.8 63.5 70.4 72.5 1 72.8 70.7 68.5 60.1 51.5
1920.... 51.1 49.1 52.4 62.3 64.2 68.3 71.1 71.1 70.2 62.0 56.9 49.8
1921.... 50.9 ]52.0 58.3 60.1 61.9 68.0 70.9 71.3 69.8 1 65.6 58.6 54.2
1922.... 51.3 53.6 56.8 61.0 64.4 69.0 70.0 70.5 69.9 67.5 59.0 55.1
1923.... 50.3 51.3 56.3 58.8 62.6 69.0 70.9 70.8 70.4 63.3 51.0 54.0
1924.... 52.8 47.7 51.0 58.6 61.2 68.4 71.3 71.5 | 69.6 64.3 54.5 54.3
1925.... 57.9 53.0 55.3 58.3 63.2 69.4 71.8 72.4 | 72.0 66.6 58.0 51.1
1926.... 49.5 49.4 51.8 57.9 62.2 68.6 70.6 71.5 71.9 64.1 53.4 52.9
Means | 51.6 51.2 I 54.5 59.0 63 8 69.0 71.3 71.5 70.5 660 56.2 1 52.0
Values to June, 1910, are for Manatee, 2 miles east of Bradenton.









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BROOKSVILLE, HERNANDO COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year i Jan. I Feb. MVar.I Apr. I May I Junel July Aug.| Sep. Oct. Nov.! Dec.

1910.. 71.5 71.3 79.3 82.6 90.5 88.6 90.8 90.6 92.3 83.7 75.2 69.0
1911......... 78.2 79.3 85.8 88.2 92.1 90.5 90.6 92.8 89.2 78.3 75.8
1912 .... 70.0 69.2 79.7 85.6 88.3 87.8 91.3 91.8 89.1 87.5 76.1 75.9
1913.... 78.7 73.3 80.2 80.4 88.1 90.5 91.4 89.4 89.0 84.0 78.5 72.3
1914.... 70.1 70.5 75.2 83.6 90.8 92.2 90.0 92.8 88.6 87.0 76.7 70.3
1915.... 69.4 71.4 69.7 81.5 1 90.2 91.4 91.6 92.3 92.8 1 87.9 80.6 69.7
1916.... 77.7 72.9 75.4 82.7 89.2 89.5 ( 91.7 91.8 89.8 85.8 78.1 74.5
1917 .. 79.6 75.9 82.4 85.6 86.5 89.5 90.3 90.3 90.7 84.1 76.4 68.2
1918... 69.5 1 82.5 84.4 80.2 89.1 92.5 89.4 92.3 87.7 86.2 77.2 70.1
1919.... 69.5 70.1 78.4 82.7 86.3 88.2 88.1 90.3 90.0 90.9 79.7 72.7
1920.... 73.7 66.6 76.5 81.8 85.4 88.2 90.3 90.1 89.2 82.5 75.6 69.8
1921.... 73.6 75.1 84.3 83.7 84.7 90.1 87.3 91.0 92.8 82.9 79.3 74.5
1922 ...- 69.5 78.0 79.2 85.7 88.7 88.9 89.4 88.5 87.9 84.9 79.4 j 77.3
1923.... 75.1 75.3 81.4 84.5 84.5 88.1 90.7 91.8 90.7 81.5 74.6 j 77.4
1924.... 70.6 69.5 72.4 82.0 85.8 92.2 91.0 92.1 89.9 80.0 77.5 1 75.7
1925.... 72.9 75.2 79.6 83.8 87.5 89.6 89.4 91.8 93.6 87.6 76.4 69.2
1926 ... 68.6 72.5 72.6 80.5 87.0 93.1 93.7 94.9 92.3 87.1 76.8 78.9

Means 72.5 73.4 78.2 83.1 87.7 90.1 90.4 91.3 90.5 85.5 77.4 73.0

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. MVar.| Apr. 1 May I Junei July Aug.l Sep. Oct. Nov.1 Dec.

1910.... 45.7 47.1 53.4 54.7 62.7 67.2 70.3 71.7 69.6 64.3 49.5 41.7
1911.... 50.1 51.8 54.6 60.2 62.5 70.2 70.5 | 68.9 70.3 67.5 57.8 1 53.0
1912.... 47.1 45.7 55.6 61.8 67.3 70.4 72.6 71.1 71.2 65.9 51.4 54.8
1913 ... 57.5 53.0 59.1 57.3 62.5 69.4 71.4 72.1 69.3 59.3 55.7 | 52.5
1914.... 49.2 49.5 49.3 60.4 64.8 72.0 71.5 70.5 68.1 62.4 52.8 51.5
1915.... 44.4 46.5 45.1 52.4 66.3 69.9 72.6 71.0 70.0 65.7 55.3 | 39.7
1916.... 52.2 45.3 45.5 53.2 66.8 67.7 68.6 69.1 66.4 63.1 50.0 1 48.7
1917.... 52.5 45.5 50.5 53.9 59.0 63.7 69.7 70.0 69.4 60.3 46.5 42.5
1918.... 41.2 54.4 60.8 57.8 66.6 65.4 68.3 68.0 65.8 65.8 49.6 49.0
1919 ... 45.3 49.0 53.7 52.9 62.0 68.4 69.7 70.4 68.9 66.2 56.8 45.6
1920.... 46.5 43.1 47.3 57.5 61.0 66.0 69.0 68.9 67.6 54.9 49.7 42.7
1921.... 45.7 47.3 55.8 54.6 58.8 67.2 69.7 69.5 68.0 61.6 55.3 50.3
1922.... 47.5 52.8 54.6 59.4 63.5 68.0 69.6 69.8 69.0 65.8 55.5 51.5
1923.... 47.1 48.5 | 54.7 57.9 61.5 69.2 69.5 70.1 68.6 59.5 47.6 51.7
1924.... 48.6 43.3 48.2 58.0 60.5 68.8 71.3 71.2 69.6 61.4 49.7 51,1
1925.... 53.5 48.8 51.3 54.5 59.9 67.6 71.1 70.8 70.1 62.5 52.4 1 46.8
1926..... 46.4 46.1 48.7 54.9 62.2 69.3 72.0 72.8 72.6 64.1 53.4 54.7
Means 48.3 48.1 52.2 I 56.6 I 62.8 68.3 70.4 70.3 I 69.1 63.0 52.3 1 48.7








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CEDAR KEYS, LEVY COUNTY

Mean Maximum Temperature

Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. I May June! July I Aug.j Sep. I Oct. | Nov.1 Dec.

1910 ... 63.1 63.9 72.7 76.7 84.2 86.4 89.6 88.9 88.9 82.8 69.5 1 60.9
1911.... 68.8 70.8 73.2 80.6 84.0 89.5 89.2 88.4 89.9 85.4 74.2 69.6
1912.... 63.5 60.7 73.3 80.4 85.8 86.1 88.8 88.5 85.9 83.5 70.1 67.2
1913....1 72.0 66.1 74.1 76.7 81.8 85.6 89.0 87.3 86.5 78.3 78.7 67.2
1914....I 64.5 65.9 68.2 78.0 86.7 89.5 90.7 91.2 86.6 84.2 77.1 65.8
1915.... 65.7 66.5 65.1 77.2 88.1 92.4 91.4 90.7 90.2 85.2 78.8 66.3
1916.... 73.2 69.9 69.0 78.0 84.5 87.1 89.8 92.2 89.1 84.8 76.8 1 68.9
1917.... 70.5 65.7 75.5 79.5 81.4 89.3 89.3 89.7 88.9 79.2 70.7 62.7
1918- ...... 72.5 77.5 75.5 84.4 88.2 87.9 90.0 88.0 86.9 74.3 65.7
1919.... 67.1 67.6 77.0 80.1 83.3 86.5 86.7 88.8 89.9 89.1 79.6 69.5
1920.... 67.8 63.4 68.9 75.9 83.7 88.0 89.3 88.5 90.3 84.7 74.4 66.8
1921.... 69.4 70.6 79.8 78.7 82.2 ...... 85.5 90.9 91.7 80.0 76.9 71.2
1922.... 65.6 69.5 73.4 80.1 85.0 89.1 87.9 88.3 87.9 80.8 77.8 69.2
1923... 69.0 69.3 74.2 78.9 81.4 86.9 89.2 89.2 88.3 79.7 70.2 72.4
1924.... 64.6 65.1 64.6 76.2 83.4 91.3 89.8 91.4 85.9 79.4 70.6 69.4
1925 ... 68.1 69.0 74.6 79.6 83.6 88.6 90.0 91.3 91.8 83.9 71.2 63.4
1926.... 61.8 66.5 67.2 74.5 82.7 87.0 88.2 89.6 89.4 82.0 66.2 65.7
Means 67.2 67.2 72.3 78.0 83.9 88.2 89.0 89.7 88.8 82.9 73.9 67.2

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year Jan. IFeb. [ Mar./ Apr. May June! July Aug.I Sep. Oct. INov. Dec.
7 I K --
1910.... 46.6 48.2 55.6 60.8 68.5 73.1 74.9 75.5 73.2 66.3 52.9 43.5
1911.... 53.4 50.6 58.0 65.1 67.7 75.4 .... 75.0 75.9 70.4 57.3 54.4
1912... 47.8 45.9 57.2 66.6 72.5 73.4 76.2 75.5 75.2 68.0 53.9 54.1
1913.... 57.9 52.6 59.9 62.6 68.5 72.7 76.4 74.8 71.3 63.5 57.2 53.3
1914.... 49.5 49.5 51.9 64.7 69.6 75.9 75.6 76.1 70.8 65.6 53.3 49.6
1915.... 48.4 49.9 48.9 60.1 72.6 74.2 77.1 76.7 74.8 67.7 60.2 44.3
1916_.... 56.4 49.9 51.9 60.1 68.0 73.7 74.0 74.5 70.2 62.9 54.9 50.0
1917-.... 53.8 48.4 58.5 61.1 65.2 72.2 75.5 73.4 69.9 59.1 49.8 42.1
1918.... 39.7 54.9 61.2 58.6 66.1 72.7 73.7 74.9 70.7 70.9 55.1 52.1
1919 .... 48.4 51.9 60.5 60.8 69.4 72.5 73.9 75.4 72.6 73.1 59.6 49.2
-1920.... 49.3 46.6 49.8 60.5 66.2 72.3 74.7 74.8 72.0 61.1 52.5 46.8
1921 ... 49.2 50.4 61.2 60.1 65.2 73.4 76.1 77.0 77.0 63.9 60.9 55.4
1922.... 48.5 55.6 59.3 66.4 71.5 75.5 76.7 75.0 72.7 67.7 59.7 55.8
1923 .... 54.4 53.6 59.4 63.4 69.1 75.2 | 73.5 77.2 74.4 64.1 52.8 57.6
1924.... 49.2 48.7 51.6 62.2 68.4 77.3 76.3 76.2 72.6 62.9 57.2 53.3
1925 .... 53.5 ...... 56.2 62.7 68.1 75.2 76.3 75.0 77.9 68.5 54.6 48.4
1926.... 47.2 52.2 I 51.8 60.4 67.5 73.4 75.1 76.5 74.4 66.7 52.6 53.8
Means: 50.2 50.6 56.1 62.1 68.5 74.0 75.4 75.5 [ 73.3 66.0 55.6 50.8








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CRESCENT CITY,* PUTNAM COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.i Apr. I May I June| July j Aug.! Sep. I Oct. I Nov.! Dec.
I I I I
1910.... 67.8 70.9 80.1 85.1 89.5 ...... ...... ...... .... ...... ......
1911.... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 96.4 93.6 92.7 .... ...... ...... ......
1912---.... ..------ ...----. 78.4 83.5 89.0 88.9 93.6 93.7 92.1 ...... ...... ....
1913.... ...... ...... 79.7 81.4 88.7 91.7 95.7 92.5 89.6 84.5 78.6 72.0
1914.... 69.6 71.3 73.1 83.2 88.2 94.8 92.7 93.7 88.1 85.0 76.8 | 65.0
1915.... 68.1 69.3 69.3 79.8 89.1 91.1 91.9 92.4 91.6 85.4 80.5 68.7
1916.... 76.2 73.7 75.8 81.5 87.0 90.0 90.1 90.5 86.9 82.3 77.2 72.5
1917.... 76.6 73.5 81.7 85.7 88.1 91.4 91.8 92.1 87.0 81.4 73.9 | 65.5
1918.... 66.2 79.1 79.5 76.1 83.4 89.7 91.1 93.0 87.8 85.3 77.0 70.4
1919.... 69.4 70.2 76.2 81.2 87.6 87.3 91.5 91.2 84.9 84.2 76.0 70.7
1920.... 69.3 64.9 | 71.4 79.0 81.2 86.3 87.6 88.2 87.1 79.1 73.7 67.5
1921...- 69.5 72.3 I 80.3 79.8 82.5 89.4 ...... ...... .. .... ......
1922.... .... 76.2 77.5 84.1 87.4 90.9 91.7 90.0 87.5 83.3 77.2 74.1
1923.... 73.4 74.5 80.5 ...... 84.3 87.7 90.8 91.8 89.4 81.3 74.6 74.8
1924-.... 69.4 69.5 72.2 81.3 89.1 93.5 91.1 93.1 87.6 77.7 76.7 72.7
1925.... 71.5 73.6 78.1 82.7 84.5 90.0 91.3 91.0 93.5 87.4 74.7 67.8
1926.... 65.5 71.1 72.3 80.0 86.8 ...... ...... ...... ...... 74.3 75.4
Means 70.2 72.2 76.6 81.6 87.3 90.6 91.8 I' 91.8 88.7 83.1 76.2 1 70.5
*Values for 1911 are for Huntington, 3 miles northwest of Crescent
City.
Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. I Mar.1 Apr. I May June July I Aug.! Sep. I Oct. I Nov.I Dec.

1910.... 40.5 44.8 47.7 52.9 63.0 68.2 ...... ............ .. ...... -----
1911... ...... ...... . ...... .... 67.0 .... .- .. .- .. ..... --.
1912.... ...... ...-. 56.8 64.3 69.2 70.7 73.5 72.2 72.4 ...... ..... ......
1913 .... ... ....... 59.0 55.9 62.8 68.4 72.3 72.0 68.6 59.1 54.1 50.4
1914.... 46.7 49.1 47.2 60.1 64.4 71.1 71.9 71.7 68.6 63.9 53.1 49.3
1915.... 47.2 48.4 44.4 54.8 68.2 70.0 73.1 73.1 71.1 66.9 56.7 41.2
1916.... 53.3 46.8 47.1 54.3 64.8 68.4 71.7 71.2 69.7 64.6 52.5 48.4
1917.... 52.5 45.5 54.7 57.3 60.6 68.2 71.5 72.9 70.5 60.3 47.6 42.1
1918.... 39.2 53.9 60.0 58.5 64.1 70.2 70.3 70.9 68.3 67.7 52.5 1 50.1
1919.... 45.5 49.5 55.0 55.3 65.2 69.3 71.6 72.1 70.1 69.2 58.3 48.0
1920.... 47.1 44.3 49.2 59.6 62.8 68.2 70.6 70.2 69.2 59.5 52.6 44.2
1921.... 46.3 47.1 57.9 56.8 60.9 68.8 ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...
1922.... .... 55.9 56.2 62.7 66.4 69.8 72.1 71.8 70.0 66.7 57.1 52.9
1923.... 48.3 51.1 56.9 ...... 64.0 71.4 72.4 72.5 70.4 62.6 49.9 53.9
1924.... 49.0 45.0 49.0 59.8 63.8 71.9 73.1 73.5 70.6 63.6 54.2 52.0
1925 .... 54.2 52.1 54.5 59.5 63.6 71.3 73.3 72.7 73.8 65.5 55.2 1 46.8
1926.... 47.4 47.9 50.1 57.6 64.0 ...... ...... ...... ...... .... 52.0 53.4
Means 47.5 48.7 1 52.9 58.0 1 64.2 f 69.6 72.1 72.1 70.3 64.1 53.5 I 48.7
*Values for 1911 are for Huntington, 3 miles northwest of Crescent
City.









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DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, WALTON COUNTY

Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. | Mar.l Apr. I May I Junel July I Aug.1 Sen. I Oct. I Nov.I Dpc.

1910.... 64.8 64.3 77 8 79.6 1 88.2 188.5 89.4 1 ... ............ ...
1911.... 69.3 72.2 76.6 79.9 88.8 92.3 89.9 92.1 93.4 82.7 69.1 68.1
1912.... 58.5 61.0 71.5.0 71 0 ...... 89.6 91.8 93.5 88.4 83.5 72.1 66.9
1913.... 6.i.8 .-. ...... 79.7 ...... 5 90.9 91.0 84.4 779 72.6 62.0
1914.... 63.4 60.5 65.6 80.3 89.7 95.8 92.3 89.9 85.3 78.6 68.9 I 57.9
1915.. 60.1 61.9 63.2 80.2 88.2 93.8 92.8 91 0 90.3 80.2 73.0 62.2
1916.... 66.1 64.5 70.4 77.7 89.2 88.9 I 87.3 91.6 88.4 81.6 71.9 ......
1917.... .... ......... 79.7 82.5 90.2 91.1 90.1 86.4 76.2 68.1 55.5
1918.... 56.8 70.9 76.5 73.3 86.7 93.9 93.8 90.9 ...... .... ...... ...
1919.... .... ... ..... ...... ...... 90.1 89.1 87.9 83.3 83.3 74.5 65.0
1920.... 64.5 60.5 68.4 78.2 83.1 87.1 88.8 86.0 86.4 78.9 69.1 1 64.4
1921.... 68.9 68.8 79.5 77.6 81.6 ..... ...... 92.6 94.3 795 75.8 1 70.6
1922.... 64.3 72.2 71.9 80.3 84.0 90.9 89.6 90.3 89.5 79.2 ...... 69.0
1923.... 68.5 63.9 169.9 77.2 ...... 85.4 ...... 894 91.8 80.0 ..... ......
1924.... ... 64.3 68.9 80.1 84.9 91.6 91.6 94.8 87.1 81.6 75.0 67.7
1925.... 66.1 ...... .. ...... ...... ..... 96.2 80.7 68.4
1926.... 59.5 67.2 65.4 78.0 85.5 90.1 90.9 91.0 89.4 81.9 66.6 69.1
Means 64.0 1 65.6 71.2 78.8 86.0 90.6 90.7 90 8 89.0 i 80.4 71.2 I 64.9

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. Mar.( Apr. ( May ( Junel July ( Aug.1 Sep. I Oct. ( Nov.1 Dec.

1910.... 39.9 41.8 51.2 49.9 61.0 65.5 68.3 ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
1911.... 45.3 50.3 51.8 58.8 62.7 71.1 69.8 70.6 71.0 60.8 44.4 44.3
1912.... 33.7 37.8 49.7 56.3 ...... 67.7 70.5 70.0 70.2 60.3 43.8 44.7
1913.... 42.5 ...... ...... 53.1 ...... 66.6 70.7 70.8 65.7 53.5 47.6 44.4
1914.... 39.8 40.0 43.7 56.7 63.7 72.1 73.2 71.3 66.6 58.7 46.5 40.9
1915.... 38.5 41.8 41.5 54.4 66.7 70.9 71.9 72.4 69.1 61.5 50.4 39.9
1916.... 47.8 41.1 46.1 54.0 65.1 69.5 72.5 71.8 66.7 58.2 47.5 ......
1917.... ....- ...... ...... 55.5 58.7 65.6 71.1 70.6 66.4 50.5 42.0 35.1
1918.... 34.0 49.3 54.0 54.5 62.6 70.5 68.3 70.0 ........ ...... ...... ...
1919.... ...... ...... ...... .... ...... ...... 70.5 69.1 64.7 64.6 51.4 38.2
1920.... 43.5 38.6 42.0 53.8 61.0 65.5 ...... 68.5 67.8 50.8 41.0 37.1
1921.... 40.4 41.4 53.0 51.0 57.9 65.6 68.9 67.8 67.6 51.1 49.5 43.3
1922.... 40.8 47.0 46.2 53.9 61.4 68.1 67.1 67.3 62.4 57.1 ...... 47.8
1923.... 41.7 43.1 48.3 55.3 59.3 67.7 ..... 68.6 ...... ...... ...... ....
1924.... 33.5 37.5 39.9 ...... ...... 69.2 69.6 69.0 655 53.6 41.4 44.6
1925.... 45.3 ...... ...... ...... ..... ...... ...... ...... 73.7 61.0 47.7
1926... 41.5 45.1 46.1 53.0 62.3 68.8 71.0 73.0 71.4 59.5 45.0 48.5
Means 40.5 42.7 47.2 54.3 61.9 68.3 70.2 70.1 67.8 57.2 46.0 42.4









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DELAND, VOLUSIA COUNTY

Mean Maximum Temperature

Year Jan. I Feb. I Mar.i Apr. I May Junel July Aug. Sep. I Oct. Nov.1 Dec.

1910-..- 69.6 71.8 78.1 81.0 84.7 86.4 86.7 85.7 85.4 78.6 71.1 65.3
1911-... 72.6 75.9 78.1 81.8 83.8 91.7 89.6 88.3 89.4 86.8 77.6 74.8
1912-... 67.9 66.1 77.9 83.4 87.3 88.3 92.2 93.0 91.7 85.6 74.3 74.0
1913.... 76.7 71.8 79.9 81.3 --.. 90.1 94.0 92.1 90.3 84.6 77.7 71.9
1914.... 69.8 72.1 74.1 84.2 88.9 93.1 92.1 93.3 87.1 84.2 76.4 70.8
1915.... 68.4 70.0 70.3 80.8 91.0 91.3 93.4 95.1 92.1 84.7 80.9 70.9
1916 .... 78.5 75.1 78.8 83.2 89.5 91.5 92.8 94.6 86.4 81.1 73.4 70.5
1917.... 74.9 72.5 80.6 82.7 87.1 91.2 92.3 86.3 81.1 71.9 65.2
1918.... 65.3 78.5 82.9 83.5 88.6 94.2 92.9 95.9 90.8 87.1 76.2 70.3
1919.... 69.6 71.6 79.1 84.5 89.7 90.0 93.2 95.3 91.3 90.6 78.8 71.3
1920.... 72.3 66.8 77.6 84.4 85.2 90.6 93.0 93.4 91.9 82.1 75.7 69.0
1921.... 71.9 75.4 85.1 84.8 87.9 92.2 91.4 93.1 94.7 82.5 77.4 72.1
1922.... 66.6 78.1 80.6 88.3 89.9 92.6 93.2 91.2 87.4 82.6 75.2 72.1
1923.... 71.9 74.0 80.7 84.0 85.7 88.9 91.7 93.9 90.1 79.7 72.0 73.8
1924.... 71.5 70.5 74.9 82.4 89.4 92.9 90.8 94.0 89.0 77.8 73.7 72.2
1925.... 71.5 73.8 78.5 83.1 85.5 90.3 91.5 91.6 95.5 89.0 76.8 69.6
1926 ....68.6 73.9 74.5 81.7 87.6 91.3 92.5 93.5 90.9 ...... 75.6 76.4
Means 71.0 72.8 78.3 | 83.2 | 87.6 91.0 | 92.0 92.8 90.0 83.6 75.6 71.0

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. IMar.1 Apr. May I Junej July Aug.1 Sep. ) Oct. Nov.1 Dec.

1910.... 42.8 47.7 50.4 53.1 63.0 68.6 70.3 71.4 67.6 64.1 46.8 38.9
1911.... 48.9 47.3 52.7 60.8 62.7 69.1 69.9 70.5 68.3 65.9 58.8 53.0
1912.... 46.7 42.5 54.3 59.3 67.0 69.8 71.3 70.1 70.1 63.9 48.6 50.2
1913 ... 55.2 48.6 58.3 52.4 59.9 64.2 69.1 68.7 64.8 53.3 49.5 47.5
1914.... 43.0 45.9 42.5 54.6 60.4 66.0 68.1 67.1 65.9 60.8 51.0 50.5
1915.... 46.6 47.2 42.8 51.6 66.7 67.0 70.9 70.9 72.5 65.7 53.9 39.4
1916 ... 52.0 45.6 45.4 52.5 63.8 66.8 69.9 69.0 67.5 64.5 51.4 46.5
1917.... 50.8 45.8 54.3 55.7 60.2 ...... 71.4 ..... 69.8 60.1 46.7 42.4
1918.... 40.1 54.2 58.6 57.6 61.8 68.5 69.1 70.1 67.6 66.8 53.0 50.5
1919.... 47.1 50.4 55.2 54.1 64.6 68.9 71.0 71.7 69.6 67.4 57.4 48.8
1920.... 47.2 45.6 49.8 60.0 63.4 68.5 71.6 71.2 69.9 58.5 53.6 45.9
1921.... 47.4 48.3 59.2 57.1 61.5 69.1 71.2 70.5 70.1 63.2 56.0 50.7
1922.... 47.9 54.0 54.9 59.8 65.3 69.3 70.7 70.9 69.4 67.3 55.4 51.5
1923.... 48.9 49.8 56.7 61.1 63.0 70.7 71.1 71.2 69.1 61.4 49.4 52.7
1924.... 50.2 44.8 48.5 58.3 63.6 70.6 71.9 72.2 69.4 62.5 52.9 51.7
1925.... 54.4 50.2 52.6 57.3 60.4 68.4 69.7 70.5 70.1 61.6 52.0 ..
1926.... 43.6 47.0 50.0 55.6 61.5 69.0 72.5 73.3 71.9 61.8 50.6 51.4
Means 1 47.8 47.9 52.1 56.5 62.9 68.4 70.6 70.6 69.0 62.9 52.2 48.2








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EUSTIS, LAKE COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.! Apr. i May \ Junel July [ Aug.1 Sep. I Oct. Nov.I Dec.

1910.. .67.5 70.6 79.3 84.9 90.2 89.8 91.6 90.6 91.2 83.2 76.0 67.1
1911... 75.4 78.8 80.3 86.2 87.5 95.7 92.9 91.3 94.0 89.0 77.0 75.3
1912.... 67.8 67.3 78.9 84.9 89.6 88.8 92.9 92.2 91.8 87.0 75.8 76.5
1913.... 79.1 73.9 80.2 82.4 90.5 92.7 96.1 92.7 92.4 84.1 79.7 71.8
1914 .. 70.1 72.5 75.2 86.3 91.0 96.0 93.9 94.7 87.8 83.9 75.2 68.2
1915-... 67.5 69.3 68.9 80.9 91.6 92.6 92.2 94.4 93.4 85.0 79.7 68.6
1916.... 77.0 72.8 76.5 83.2 89.9 91.2 92.2 93.5 88.2 82.1 76.3 72.5
1917.... 76.3 73.2 82.1 85.5 88.3 92.5 93.6 92.8 87.6 82.2 72.8 64.3
1918.... 65.7 80.0 83.6 81.6 88.9 93.5 91.8 94.6 88.9 85.8 75.7 68.3
1919 ... 67.9 70.4 78.7 83.8 89.6 88.9 92.9 93.6 90.0 90.7 79.6 71.7
1920 .. 73.2 66.1 77.2 83.1 86.6 91.1 92.8 92.8 91.1 84.3 76.1 69.7
1921 ... 73.3 75.8 86.3 85.3 87.7 93.0 90.6 93.5 94.8 82.5 78.8 73.3
1922 ....67.8 77.5 80.5 87.2 89.1 91.8 92.5 91.0 87.8 84.1 78.0 73.9
1923... 73.0 74.5 81.5 85.0 85.6 88.6 91.2 93.8 90.2 81.4 73.5 73.1
1924... 67.8 69.0 71.8 82.2 88.5 94.8 91.9 94.2 90.0 80.3 76.8 I 73.9
1925... 72.8 74.4 78.7 83.6 86.0 90.6 89.9 92.3 93.6 87.5 75.6 67.5
1926... 67.3 72.3 73.8 80.6 88.0 91.3 | 91.9 94.1 91.7 87.4 75.9 76.7
Means 71.1 72.8 78.4 83.9 88.7 91.9 92.4 93.1 90.9 84.7 76.6 71.3

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year Jan. Feb. Mar.1 Apr. | May I June! July I Aug.1 Sep. Oct. Nov.I Dec.

1910.... 44.6 48.1 54.0 58.0 65.1 70.1 71.5 72.4 69.4 64.3 49.4 42.5
1911.... 50.2 52.7 55.6 63.2 64.8 71.8 72.6 72.9 71.1 68.5 56.2 53.3
1912.... 45.4 41.7 55.1 62.2 68.5 70.9 72.5 71.6 72.0 65.5 50.0 54.6
1913.... 55.6 53.2 59.7 56.2 62.1 68.1 71.9 72.1 67.2 57.9 53.8 50.8
1914.... 47.5 50.2 48.9 60.2 63.5 71.7 72.6 71.5 69.0 62.9 53.0 51.5
1915.... 48.9 49.8 46.5 54.1 68.5 70.1 73.5 73.7 70.7 66.5 56.8 43.1
1916.... 54.8 48.8 50.2 55.8 66.1 69.9 72.7 71.8 68.8 65.4 53.3 50.0
1917.... 54.3 46.9 55.3 57.6 62.8 69.1 72.7 73.2 70.8 60.0 48.7 42.7
1918.... 41.3 54.9 60.1 59.4 62.9 70.4 70.6 71.3 67.9 67.6 54.3 52.0
1919-... 48.1 51.7 56.2 56.8 66.3 70.0 72.4 73.6 70.8 68.4 59.0 1 49.7
1920.... 50.1 47.4 51.2 62.0 64.2 69.9 72.9 72.4 71.1 58.7 53.1 48.0
1921.... 49.5 50.9 60.8 58.8 62.6 70.4 72.9 72.1 70.7 63.1 58.1 53.3
1922.... 49.1 54.8 57.4 63.0 66.8 70.7 72.6 71.9 69.7 67.3 57.5 53.7
1923.... 49.6 51.9 57.6 63.2 64.5 71.3 71.8 72.6 69.9 61.8 51.5 55.1
1924.... 51.3 46.3 50.2 58.4 64.9 72.2 73.2 71.5 69.9 61.6 53.8 53.2
1925.... 55.2 51.8 53.5 58.6 62.7 70.5 72.6 72.2 73.0 63.9 54.8 48.7
1926.... 48.5 48.5 50.7 57.2 63.4 69.5 72.1 72.7 71.2 61.8 51.3 53.0
Means 49.6 50.0 54.3 59.1 64.7 70.4 72.4 72.3 70.2 63.8 53.8 50.3








134 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station





FERNANDINA, NASSAU COUNTY

Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.I Apr. ( May I Junel July I Aug.) Sep. I Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1910.... 63.6 64.4 73.0 79.1 82.0 85.0 87.1 83.7 83.4 79.5 69.4 60.4
1911.... 65.4 70.3 73.0 77.2 80.3 90.3 88.2 88.5 89.3 83.1 68.5 66.6
1912.... 58.8 61.0 69.8 76.8 83.1 83.6 87.7 87.7 86.3 78.7 68.0 66.6
1913.... 70.1 68.5 72.1 75.4 79.7 ...... 91.6 91.1 86.6 81.0 75.7 65.7
1914.... 67.0 65.9 69.9 80.5 86.4 94.9 93.1 91.1 86.2 83.4 72.7 69.6
1915.... 65.7 65.9 68.9 79.7 90.8 92.6 94.4 95.1 ...... 85.0 75.8 68.4
1916.... 74.2 ...... 73.6 78.5 84.6 90.2 ..... 89.8 85.2 76.3 71.0 67.6
1917.... 70.5 67.8 75.7 76.6 83.4 86.7 89.1 89.7 83.3 76.6 67.6 57.5
1918.... 59.7 71.7 75.6 75.5 82.4 88.4 88.7 91.4 84.6 81.5 69.9 64.8
1919.... 63.6 64.8 71.9 75.8 83.2 84.4 88.7 90.2 85.2 85.7 75.4 65.3
1920.... 65.7 61.6 69.6 77.0 82.2 87.9 88.9 88.2 88.8 77.5 71.0 64.1
1921.... 67.3 ---..... 77.5 82.9 89.4 86.5 88.7 90.3 75.4 73.3 68.0
1922.... 60.3 69.3 73.7 78.9 83.1 88.3 89.7 86.6 84.8 79.2 72.4 68.5
1923.... 67.2 67.1 73.9 78.0 79.7 86.3 88.9 90.2 86.3 78.6 68.5 69.3
1924.... 61.8 62.6 65.3 76.2 84.5 90.7 89.5 92.0 84.5 75.4 71.3 66.3
1925.... 65.7 67.6 72.1 78.3 81.5 88.2 90.8 88.9 92.7 82.4 68.0 62.5
1926.... 60.6 67.2 67.7 ...... 84.3 87.8 88.7 90.2 88.8 82.2 70.2 71.2
Means 65.1 66.4 71.6 77.6 1 83.2 88.4 89.5 89.6 86.6 79.8 71.1 66.0

Mean Minimum Temperature

Ypar I Jan. Feb. I Mar.1 Apr. I May I Junel July I Aug.1 Sep. I Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1910.... 43.1 44.8 52.6 56.5 66.3 70.8 72.2 72.2 71.0 66.3 49.4 41.1
1911.... 47.8 50.6 53.6 61.4 65.5 72.7 72.2 73.8 73.2 69.3 52.7 51.6
1912.... 43.2 42.3 53.3 62.5 69.2 71.2 74.6 74.0 74.2 66.7 51.0 52.0
1913.... 54.7 50.5 56.4 58.1 64.4 ...... 73.2 73.0 70.2 60.2 53.6 49.6
1914.... 47.4 46.5 47.9 60.7 65.7 72.7 72.5 73.2 68.8 64.4 51.8 46.2
1915.... 45.9 45.4 45.2 55.8 68.8 71.9 74.1 74.3 .... 67.0 56.5 43.7
1916.... 54.2 45.3 50.6 57.4 65.0 70.6 .....73.2 70.8 63.6 54.2 48.1
1917.... 49.0 43.6 53.6 57.1 61.3 68.9 71.0 71.2 69.1 58.5 47.9 40.0
1918.... 38.0 47.7 58.1 57.2 65.5 71.7 71.4 72.6 68.9 69.0 52.7 50.1
1919.... 45.7 47.3 54.6 55.7 65.8 70.5 72.9 72.4 71.1 70.6 59.2 46.6
1920.... 45.9 43.8 48.5 57.4 63.4 69.4 71.4 71.2 70.5 59.9 51.4 43.2
1921.... 44.9 46.7 57.1 58.2 63.9 72.2 72.2 73.1 73.1 61.3 55.2 49.5
1922.... 43.6 50.7 51.7 59.9 66.8 71.1 72.8 71.7 71.2 66.8 57.1 51.9
1923.... 48.0 47.6 54.0 60.1 63.3 71.7 71.8 72.0 70.6 62.6 48.2 51.0
1924.... 43.9 42.7 45.8 56.4 62.0 70.7 70.8 73.1 68.9 61.9 51.7 47.4
1925.... 47.4 47.6 50.5 56.3 61.4 69.2 71.5 71.2 72.8 61.9 50.4 42.6
1926.... 41.9 44.1 45.9 ...... 61.4 68.3 70.5 70.7 71.3 61.1 47.9 48.6
Means 46.2 46.3 51.7 58.2 64.7 70.8 72.2 72.5 71.0 64.2 52.4 47.2








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FORT LAUDERDALE, BROWARD COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. I Mar.| Apr. I May I Junel July ) Aug.l Sep. I Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1912.... ...... ...... .. .. ... .. ...... ........... ...... 79.8 I 81.1
1913.... 80.3 81.3 83.8 81.9 85.0 86.9 90.4 89.9 87.8 81.8 ...... 78.1
1914.... 74.8 77.1 75.6 82.8 85.6 88.9 90.1 90.7 88.9 86.2 80.0 77.7
1915.... 74.6 74.5 73.9 80.4 88.4 89.8 91.6 92.2 90.8 87.5 82.1 75.6
1916.... 80.5 76.0 78.8 81.5 86.4 88.5 90.2 90.2 89.3 85.0 79.8 78.7
1917.... 79.7 76.4 80.5 81.3 84.8 87.0 88.5 89.3 87.7 86.2 77.5 75.4
1918.... 73.8 79.4 82.6 82.3 82.4 88.0 89.5 90.7 88.5 86.9 81.9 77.3
1919.... 75.3 76.6 80.7 82.3 85.5 87.6 89.8 91.1 89.2 89.5 82.7 79.6
1920.... 78.9 75.4 79.3 85.0 86.5 88.5 90.8 90.9 90.6 85.8 82.3 78.5
1921.... 79.0 81.0 85.5 86.4 86.9 91.0 90.1 92.6 92.6 85.7 84.2 82.4
1922.... 78.9 80.5 84.4 86.5 87.4 90.2 90.8 91.4 89.5 87.1 83.2 82.6
1923.... 81.5 82.2 85.2 88.1 88.2 90.6 90.5 90.7 90.5 86.4 80.8 82.6
1924.... 79.0 77.6 80.7 87.1 90.1 92.9 92.9 93.6 90.8 86.5 83.2 82.5
1925.... 81.9 78.2 79.8 82.4 83.7 86.7 89.9 89.7 90.2 89.5 81.2 77.9
1926.... 76.8 77.8 79.7 84.4 85.6 88.1 89.3 89.8 89.3 86.9 81.2 80.6
Means 78.2 78.1 80.8 83.7 86.2 88.9 90.3 90.9 89.7 86.5 81.4 79.4

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.J Apr. I May j June| July I Aug.1 Sep. I Oct. I Nov.l Dec.
I
1912.... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 66.1 65.5
1913.... 65.8 61.1 68.5 63.2 67.3 70.3 73.1 73.5 72.9 65.6 65.1 57.5
1914.... 54.6 59.0 55.1 66.8 69.8 70.8 72.5 75.2 72.6 69.4 64.2 I 61.3
1915.... 60.0 57.5 51.0 62.6 69.7 70.4 74.2 75.8 73.7 72.6 63.5 1 54.3
1916.... 65.4 55.5 52.1 60.6 69.3 71.0 73.3 73.6 72.5 70.5 66.6 59.2
1917.... 59.0 52.4 64.4 63.5 63.8 72.2 72.4 72.6 72.8 70.7 58.2 53.5
1918.... 50.6 61.6 61.5 62.8 69.7 70.7 71.7 74.1 71.1 72.4 63.9 59.6
1919.... 56.5 57.8 62.6 61.8 68.5 70.7 73.1 72.8 72.7 72.3 65.8 59.0
1920.... 59.5 53.3 58.7 65.8 66.6 70.2 73.3 71.5 71.1 68.7 65.0 60.3
1921.... 59.4 58.9 65.2 65.5 65.5 70.8 72.8 73.0 72.8 69.7 64.1 58.8
1922.... 57.5 62.2 65.1 66.2 67.4 69.4 71.1 70.7 70.9 70.6 64.6 60.9
1923.... 56.9 58.9 63.2 63.0 65.7 69.7 70.9 70.7 71.2 66.8 56.2 59.6
1924.... 61.8 51.7 54.2 63.3 65.5 70.2 71.2 72.0 71.1 71.4 63.8 62.8
1925.... 64.9 58.3 59.8 61.1 68.3 73.4 73.7 73.3 73.0 70.7 65.2 58.5
1926.... 58.0 55.8 58.5 65.9 67.9 71.4 72.5 74.1 75.0 71.3 63.9 63.6
Means 59.3 57.4 60.0 63.7 67.5 70.8 72.6 73.1 72.4 70.2 63.7 I 59.6








136 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station





FT. MYERS, LEE COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year | Jan. 1 Feb. I Mar.! Apr. May I Junel July Aug.l Sep. Oct. I Nov.I Dec.

1910.... 71.5 73.6 78.5 81.8 85.6 86.5 86.8 86.3 86.3 79.1 73.7 68.4
1911.... 76.0 76.5 80.5 85.0 85.5 89.2 89.4 87.7 88.3 85.5 78.8 77.0
1912..-. 72.6 69.5 80.4 85.4 85.7 85.7 87.9 89.3 87.7 84.3 75.7 76.2
1913.... 78.9 76.1 81.1 81.5 86.4 88.4 88.9 86.8 86.3 81.4 77.5 74.9
1914-... 72.2 76.8 75.8 83.6 86.8 90.4 90.5 92.0 88.2 83.7 77.0 72.9
1915.... 76.3 73.9 70.9 80.4 89.9 90.6 90.8 92.3 90.2 86.0 79.8 72.3
1916.... 79.5 75.4 78.6 83.7 87.8 89.8 90.8 91.2 88.9 85.3 79.2 76.8
1917 ....79.0 75.6 82.4 84.5 86.2 89.8 90.0 90.1 87.1 83.5 74.2 70.8
1918...1 69.9 79.7 82.3 82.4 86.4 88.4 90.4 90.7 88.5 87.1 80.2 75.3
1919 .. 72.3 73.7 81.4 84.0 87.7 88.7 90.5 91.5 89.8 90.8 81.8 77.3
1920.... 77.8 72.2 78.4 83.8 87.6 89.0 89.5 90.4 89.1 82.8 78.6 74.4
1921.... 76.6 77.5 84.7 85.7 85.5 91.7 89.6 91.9 92.1 84.4 81.5 77.8
1922 .... 74.4 78.7 81.8 86.5 86.8 88.8 89.7 88.4 85.9 84.2 80.4 78.1
1923 .. 75.1 76.4 82.2 84.0 85.9 88.0 89.0 90.3 88.7 82.9 75.6 78.0
1924 ....73.6 71.1 74.0 84.0 86.6 92.0 89.7 91.8 88.9 82.3 77.7 78.2
1925.... 76.6 76.5 79.6 83.4 84.7 88.9 89.5 90.5 92.2 87.3 78.3 73.0
1926 ....71.7 73.9 75.6 82.9 86.5 88.8 90.2 91.2 90.4 86.1 78.2 78.0
Means 74.9 75.1 70.3 83.7 1 86.6 89.1 89.6 90.1 88.7 84.5 78.1 1 75.3

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year | Jan. I Feb. I Mar.| Apr. IMay | June| July Aug.I Sep. _Oct. I Nov.! Dec.

1910.... 50.9 53.2 56.0 58.4 66.3 71.0 71.6 72.8 71.7 67.4 55.8 49.0
1911... 56.9 55.2 59.6 64.7 65.9 71.6 72.2 73.1 72.1 71.9 64.8 60.2
1912... 56.6 50.5 63.5 67.1 70.0 72.2 73.7 73.7 73.1 70.6 58.7 59.8
1913..-. 61.0 59.5 64.1 60.3 65.5 69.7 72.5 73.2 71.7 65.2 60.8 57.0
1914-.- 53.4 56.2 53.0 63.3 67.7 71.4 72.9 72.4 71.2 67.0 58.7 57.5
1915.... 54.6 54.0 51.5 58.2 69.2 71.5 72.8 73.7 72.8 69.3 60.7 50.9
1916.... 58.7 52.6 51.8 58.9 66.5 69.1 72.2 72.5 70.9 67.4 59.0 55.5
1917.... 56.5 52.1 58.7 60.0 62.6 68.5 71.1 70.8 69.6 67.2 55.2 50.7
1918 ... 49.3 58.9 59.6 60.0 64.3 70.2 71.2 71.2 69.9 69.3 60.4 55.6
1919 ...53.5 55.4 60.5 58.2 64.9 71.0 72.2 73.7 72.4 70.1 62.6 54.6
1920 ..- 53.6 52.2 56.6 65.2 66.5 70.0 72.5 72.8 72.3 65.3 61.2 55.1
1921.... 55.0 55.9 61.7 63.1 64.2 70.3 72.4 72.5 71.9 68.8 62.4 58.6
1922 ....55.0 57.1 60.4 64.1 168.0 72.1 72.4 72.6 71.4 70.2 63.1 58.9
1923.... 55.6 57.0 62.0 64.9 67.0 72.1 73.1 73.2 72.4 66.3 56.3 | 58.7
1924..- 58.1 52.4 56.1 63.7 67.5 72.0 73.1 74.8 72.2 67.5 59.7 1 58.2
1925... 60.5 55.3 58.2 61.1 66.2 71.4 72.9 73.3 73.1 68.8 60.7 55.1
1926.... 53.4 53.8 55.3 62.3 65.5 70.5 73.2 72.7 73.1 66.7 59.0 57.8
Means 55.4 54.8 58.2 62.0 66.3 70.9 72.5 72.9 71.9 68.2 59.9 56.1








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FT. PIERCE, ST. LUCIE COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year Jan. i Feb. Mar.] Apr. May Junel July i Aug.] Sep. Oct. Nov.! Dec.

1910.... 71.0 72.4 75.4 80.0 82.7 85.7 87.8 88.0 85.9 81.8 76.2 69.7
1911..... ....... ..-.. 81.2 82.1 89.3 89.1 89.5 87.8 86.0 79.0 76.0
1912 .. 74.2 70.6 80.0 83.1 85.9 87.1 89.3 90.6 88.7 84.6 76.6 78.3
1913.... 77.3 77.5 80.6 79.0 82.7 86.2 89.9 89.6 ..... 82.9 76.6 74.9
1914-... 73.4 76.2 74.1 81.2 84.0 90.6 90.1 91.0 87.6 83.4 77.1 1 74.4
1915... 70.4 71.4 70.5 76.6 87.2 87.2 90.1 90.5 87.9 84.5 79.3 71.7
1916.... 77.2 73.4 76.6 79.0 84.2 88.0 89.1 89.7 88.6 83.5 77.6 75.6
1917.... 77.6 74.2 79.8 80.9 85.7 85.8 89.6 91.1 87.7 83.3 74.6 70.5
1918.... 68.8 77.1 81.8 81.6 83.0 88.7 89.5 90.0 87.8 85.1 78.9 73.9
1919.... 69.7 72.7 78.2 79.7 85.7 87.5 90.1 92.6 88.5 87.6 79.3 75.4
1920.... 74.4 70.6 77.0 83.3 83.8 88.1 90.7 92.9 89.1 80.0 76.8 73.3
1921.... 73.5 75.2 80.2 81.9 83.6 89.2 90.1 91.0 89.2 82.9 79.6 75.5
1922.. 71.3 76.5 78.3 82.9 86.6 89.7 91.1 90.1 85.8 82.5 78.6 76.7
1923... 74.2 75.5 79.2 83.4 84.2 87.4 89.9 89.7 86.0 81.5 73.9 75.7
1924.... 73.3 70.5 73.3 81,4 85.5 91.3 89.7 91.2 87.0 79.9 76.0 75.8
1925.... 75.4 74.1 75.8 80.1 82.4 86.3 89.4 88.4 88.6 86.2 77.1 72.5
1926... 71.9 73.6 | 73.0 80.4 85.4 1 88.2 88.1 89.9 87.4 83.9 77.1 77.2
Means 73.4 73.8 77.1 80.9 84.4 88.0 89.6 90.3 87.7 83.5 77.3 1 74.5

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year ] Jan. Feb. Mar.l Apr. May June! July I Aug.] Sep. Oct. I Nov.] Dec.
II 1I
1910 .. 49.0 52.5 | 54.9 55.3 66.1 68.6 69.1 70.6 70.5 67.0 55.4 46.3
1911.... .. ... ..... 66.7 66.8 70.3 70.6 71.7 73.4 70.4 66.7 61.1
1912.... 56.2 50.3 64.5 69.0 70.0 72.4 74.6 74.2 73.4 72.6 63.1 63.3
1913.... 64.0 59.7 66.2 63.1 66.8 69.6 71.8 72.0 73.3 64.6 64.3 56.3
1914 ... 53.7 57.5 1 52.6 64.7 63.9 74.0 73.3 75.0 71.7 69.3 63.1 59.1
1915 ... 57.5 56.1 51.0 62.3 69.4 71.8 73.8 74.7 75.3 72.9 65.5 53.4
1916-.. 63.9 55.4 53.4 60.5 70.0 72.0 75.3 74.8 72.6 70.9 65.0 58.4
1917.... 60.4 54.4 62.4 62.9 64.8 72.4 73.6 73.5 73.3 69.2 58.3 52.5
1918.... 49.2 61.3 63,6 64.4 71.2 72.3 73.6 75.0 72.5 73.0 63.5 57.6
1919 .. 53.6 57.7 63.4 63.9 70.0 72.9 74.5 74.5 74.4 74.9 65.9 59.2
1920... 57.9 54.5 58.7 66.5 68.5 72.4 74.2 71.6 72.7 67.7 62.1 55.7
1921.... 58.1 56.6 65.3 65.3 66.3 73.4 74.0 74.1 74.8 69.3 63.4 60.0
1922.... 57.5 60.5 64.5 67.3 69.9 72.7 73.7 73.8 73.2 71.7 66.4 61.2
1923... 57.9 58.2 63.6 66.6 67.5 73.3 74.2 74.7 74.0 69.8 58.4 61.1
1924 .. 59.9 53.5 55.8 66.1 69.4 74.1 74.9 76.7 74.8 70.3 63.6 62.8
1925... 64.5 59.0 60.8 64.4 69.9 74.0 74.8 75.4 75.7 69.5 64.7 57.6
1926.... 56.5 57.2 57.3 65.1 69.4 72.9 75.1 76.5 77.5 71.9 62.3 62.5
Means] 57.5 56.5 59.9 64.4 68.2 72.3 73.6 74.0 73.7 70.3 63.0 58.1








138 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station





GAINESVILLE, ALACHUA COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.l Apr. I May ( Junel July I Aug.i Sep. I Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1910.... 65.4 66.8 77.2 81.7 88.0 88.3 88.6 88.9 89.4 80.9 70.2 I 63.2
1911.... 70.5 74.6 77.3 83.9 85.5 92.5 91.8 89.1 91.0 86.4 72.9 71.7
"1912... 63.5 63.5 75.3 82.2 87.8 86.6 90.9 89.6 88.1 84.4 71.3 70.7
1913... 74.4 69.2 76.2 79.9 86.9 88.6 91.8 89.8 86.8 80.4 74.8 67.6
1914.... 66.3 65.9 70.5 81.9 87.9 93.9 89.9 92.8 86.7 82.8 73.9 65.3
1915.... 66.4 67.2 67.0 79.7 89.3 91.1 91.5 91.0 91.2 83.6 78.0 67.2
1916.... 74.7 71.0 74.2 80.9 88.3 88.3 89.6 92.4 88.5 81.3 75.5 69.9
1917.... 73.9 69.9 79.0 82.2 85.7 91.3 90.5 90.4 85.9 79.3 71.6 61.5
1918.... 62.6 77.2 80.2 78.4 86.7 91.4 89.8 93.0 87.4 85.3 73.5 67.9
1919.... 66.5 67.9 75.7 80.7 86.7 87.6 89.3 90.5 87.8 88.2 77.5 69.7
1920.... 69.4 63.7 73.3 80.2 83.9 88.4 89.7 90.3 89.5 81.6 73.7 ) 68.6
1921.... 70.5 73.1 83.8 82.2 84.8 92.0 89.1 92.3 93.3 81.2 76.8 72.8
1922.... 65.6 74.6 77.8 84.3 86.2 87.3 87.4 86.4 86.8 82.5 76.2 73.1
1923.... 72.6 72.1 77.9 82.2 83.4 87.2 90.6 90.7 89.4 81.4 73.0 73.4
1924.... 67.9 67.9 70.1 80.4 87.0 91.7 90.1 91.8 87.2 77.4 75.7 71.0
1925...- 69.6 72.1 77.9 82.6 87.1 89.8 91.5 91.6 93.9 85.4 72.4 65.4
1926.... 64.4 70.2 69.9 79.5 86.7 89.2 90.0 90.9 88.5 83.9 71.5 I 72.9
Means 68.5 69.8 75.5 81.3 86.6 89.7 90.1 90.7 88.9 82.7 74.0 68.9

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year ] Jan. Feb. Mar.l Apr. May I Junel July I Aug.l Sep. Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1910.... 42.6 44.8 53.1 55.5 63. 69.3 70.9 72.0 69.1 63.8 45.7 40.9
1911... 49.0 50.4 53.5 60.6 62.9 69.2 70.1 71.5 70.5 65.8 53.1 51.4
1912.... 42.9 39.5 52.5 61.8 67.6 69.0 71.5 70.5 71.3 64.3 48.4 52.4
1913.... 55.5 49.1 58.0 55.2 61.7 66.6 70.7 70.2 67.6 55.3 53.5 50.1
1914.... 45.7 47.4 46.5 58.7 63.8 70.3 71.2 72.5 67.4 62.3 52.4 48.9
1915.... 46.7 46.9 44.1 54.4 67.3 69.6 72.1 71.9 70.2 65.0 54.4 41.3
1916.... 53.8 45.5 47.8 54.2 64.5 68.7 70.9 70.5 67.6 62.1 52.0 48.2
1917.... 52.6 45.8 53.5 56.2 59.9 67.3 70.9 71.1 68.4 56.9 44.2 39.6
1918.... 37.9 52.1 56.5 55.7 62.5 69.4 68.5 69.1 66.4 67.1 49.9 47.7
1919.... 44.5 47.0 53.8 54.9 63.9 68.6 71.2 71.7 69.5 68.2 56.9 44.5
1920.... 47.3 43.7 49.5 60.2 63.5 68.6 71.3 70.5 68.9 57.6 50.4 44.4
1921.... 46.5 47.6 57.8 56.7 61.2 68.5 70.2 70.7 69.7 60.1 55.4 49.9
1922.... 46.3 54.3 54.1 59.8 65.7 68.5 69.2 69.2 67.4 63.4 53.1 50.6
1923.... 47.7 48.6 55.1 60.2 63.6 69.8 70.9 71.0 68.6 59.9 46.5 52.6
1924.... 47.0 43.4 47.6 58.2 61.6 69.9 71.1 71.4 68.7 60.3 50.5 49.9
1925.... 51.0 48.5 51.6 56.8 61.2 69.1 70.5 69.6 70.5 61.0 49.8 43.6
1926.... 44.2 45.1 48.0 55.3 61.6 67.8 70.7 71.8 70.5 60.5 48.6 50.5
Means 47.1 47.0 51.9 57.3 63.3 68.8 70.7 70.9 69.0 62.0 50.9 47.4








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GARNIERS, OKALOOSA COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. ( Mar.1 Apr. ( May I Junel July I Aug.! Sep. ) Oct. I Nov.] Dec.

1913... 68.6 66.4 .... 79.0 85.5 90.2 92.8 91.7 5.0 78.4 73.8 65.2
1914.... 66.9 64.3 67.1 79.7 88.0 96.0 94.0 90.3 86.9 81.7 71.6 62.0
1915.. 62.7 64.6 65.8 788 88.2 95.2 94.7 92.5 90.7 82.3 7q.2 66.7
1916.... 69.1 68.2 72.5 77.3 83.9 ...... ...... I ...... 87.7 81.6 72.7 66.4
1917.... 70.2 67.7 73.6 78.0 84.8 89.5 90.5 90.8 ...... .... 69.8 59.5
1918.... 59.2 70.3 73.7 71.1 79.8 86.4 91.6 90.5 84.3 81.7 69.1 .....
1919.... 61.4 63.0 72.4 76.8 81.1 88.6 89.1 90.4 90.9 87.8 75.1 64.8
1920.... 62.6 65.1 66.9 76.4 83.4 90.2 89.5 87.5 88.2 79.9 68.7 62.9
1921.... 68.7 67.3 76.2 76.2 83.2 91.4 91.3 91.1 91.1 79.6 75.0 69.4
1922.... 62.5 70.4 69.9 78.9 82.7 89.1 88.6 89.2 88.1 81.2 74.4 70.4
1923.... 68.9 66.4 70.8 78.1 82.7 86.9 87.9 88.9 89.3 79.3 69.9 71.0
1924.... 61.8 65.6 68.6 78.4 83.4 91.1 90.7 93.7 85.7 79.8 74.3 64.8
1925.... 65 3 68 1 74.4 10 5 85.0 90.3 93.1 92.1 95 4 83.4 70.1 63.1
1926.... 60.5 69.5 67.7 77.8 83.7 89.9 90.5 90.2 90.7 83.7 69.1 64.8
Means 64.9 66.9 70.7 77.6 84.0 90.4 91.1 90.7 88.8 81.6 72.0 65.5

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.l Apr. I May I Junel July I Aug.l Sep. Oct. Nov.! Dec.

1912.... ..... .... ..I .... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 66.9 43.5 45.5
1913.... 49.3 42.9 52.6 52.5 59.9 65.1 70.5 71.0 65.2 54.2 ...... 44.8
1914.... 39.4 42.4 42.3 56.2 61.3 70.0 71.8 70.1 66.6 58.1 47.3 43.3
1915.... 39.8 42.9 41.4 51.6 65.3 69.9 71.1 72.4 69.3 61.2 48.8 39.9
1916.... 49.8 41.3 44.9 49.4 62.0 68.7 73.1 71.3 64.5 53.9 50.0 44 6
1917.... 49.2 43.2 54.1 54.3 58.3 66.0 70.4 69.7 ..... 51.3 39.2 36.5
1918.... 34.4 49.7 55.1 54.0 60.8 68.8 65.8 70.8 62.7 66.2 46.3 I43.6
1919.... 38.3 42.7 50.0 51.5 62.0 68.8 71.0 70.2 66.4 66.0 54.1 41.9
1920.... 44.5 41.4 45.8 56.7 63.2 67.6 69.8 69.4 68.4 53.7 41.7 37.6
1921.... 41.4 42.4 55.2 52.1 58.5 70.3 69.2 68.6 67.6 52.7 49.1 42.4
1922.... 42.5 48.7 47.5 56.9 62.5 67.2 67.4 67.8 64.0 57.3 50.1 47.2
1923.... 44.7 41.4 45.8 56.0 59.9 69.3 70.1 ...... 67.9 55.8 43.5 50.5
1924.... 37.4 41.2 44.3 54.7 58.1 69.7 69.1 69.6 65.6 53.6 45.0 44.0
1925.... 44.8 45.2 48.5 55.0 57.4 68.3 70.1 68.5 70.4 59.3 45.5 38.3
1926.... 38.2 40.9 44.9 50.9 59.2 67.1 69.6 71.2 69.7 56.9 42.0 48.4
Means 42.4 43.3 1 48.0 53.7 60.6 68.3 69.9 70.0 66.8 57.8 46.2 43.2








140 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station



GLEN ST. MARY, BAKER COUNTY

Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.I Apr. I May) Junel July I Aug.l Sep. Oct. Nov.l Dec.

1910... 66.1 69.4 76.7 81.7 87.4 89.4 . 89.7 90.0 ... .....- 62.9
1911.... 71.5 73.5 79.4 84.4 86.5 ...... 90.4 89.1 90.2 85.5 73.5 68.2
1912 ... 63.0 67.1 ...... 81.6 86.6 86.9 91.6 93.0 89.2 82.5 70.4 69.3
1913 .. 73.6 68.2 73.1 78.1 86.2 89.9 94.4 90.1 89.1 82.5 ... .....
1914. ...... ..... 69.7 82.4 88.9 .-... 92.1 ...... 87.7 83.3 75.6 64.1
1915- .- ...-.. ...... ..... 79.9 .... 92.1 93.4 92.4 90.8 83.3 77.3 65.4
1916- .-.. ..- -- 81.6 88.6 89.3 89.6 92.6 87.4 79.6 74.3 69.9
1917... 73.1 704 78.7 82.8 84.9 90.5 91.6 92.2 85.7 80.3 ...... .....
1918.... 63.9 75.8 80.8 80.2 88.0 .... 90.8 93.3 89.0 ...... -- ...
1919.... 66.9 68.1 77.4 82.7 .. .. 89.4 .... ..- ... ..... ......
1920... 68.6 64.1 72.2 78.4 83.4 89.0 91.8 91.8 90.1 80.1 72.0 66.9
1921 ...69.5 72.9 83.2 81.5 83.7 89.0 .--.. ...-- 93.9 80.9 76.9 72.4
1922.... 64.0 74.9 76.7 86.0 88.9 89.7 89.9 .--- ...... 81.4 76.9 74.0
1923.... 72.1 71.3 76.1 81.3 ...... -- 90.6 93.1 89.5 80.9 72.8 73.5
1924.... 68.4 67.1 70.0 80.1 87.6 93.7 92.8 94.1 87.2 76.6 75.2 69.5
1925.... 69.6 73.7 --.... 84.4 86.1 90.0 92.4 91.5 94.5 86.0 70.9 ) 66.5
1926.... 62.1 71.2 70.0 79.4 .-. 90.6 .. ..... 82.6 72.8 .....
Means 68.0 70.6 75.7 81.6 86.7 90.0 91.6 91.9 89.6 81.8 74.0 68.6
Values from 1910 to 1919, inclusive, are for Macclenny, 1 mile east of
Glen St. Mary.
Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.1 Apr. I May I June| July Aug.! Sep. _Oct. I Nov.I Dec.

1910....38.3 42.4 47.8 51.3 61.0 67.6 .... 70.9 66.7 ...... .... 35.4
1911 ....43.8 45.1 50.7 ...... 60.2 68.6 69.3 68.5 60.5 45.8 45.5
1912.... 37.3 39.2 49.5 57.3 66.7 68.1 70.3 70.3 71.0 62.7 44.7 47.5
1913.... 51.6 46.5 54.2 51.6 59.2 65.1 69.6 69.4 65.6 51.9 52.1 47.3
1914 ....44.5 45.1 43.5 56.3 59.7 68.7 70.2 ...... 66.7 61.3 45.0 47.5
1915 .... ..... .. ....-- 51.7 66.6 67.8 71.6 71.8 68.2 64.4 50.4 37.3
1916.... 49.6 ...... 45.7 51.5 62.4 67.9 70.5 69.4 65.5 60.3 49.0 44.7
1917 ....51.0 43.5 51.0 53.6 57.6 66.2 70.8 71.4 67.2 51.8 ..--. ...
1918 ....35.6 51.4 55.6 54.0 59.7 ...... 67.2 69.8 64.0 ..... ......
1919 ... 41.5 44.6 49.8 51.6 ..... 67.0 -- -- ......-- .. ... -- -- ---.
1920 ..- 44.2 41.7 45.0 54.6 61.0 65.8 68.8 69.0 66.9 54.2 46.7 39.7
1921 ....43.7 44.4 53.5 51.5 59.4 66.0 70.3 69.2 65.2 56.3 51.6 44.4
1922.... 40.2 49.1 49.1 54.7 62.0 66.3 67.6 ...... --. 62.1 52.6 47.3
1923.... 42.6 45.3 49.4 54.7 ...... ... 70.7 70.8 68.0 57.0 44.6 48.9
1924... 43.0 40.9 46.1 55.8 58.5 70.0 70.7 71.0 67.9 59.5 46.5 46.7
1925.... 47.5 43.5 -..... 55.1 61.5 69.9 71.6 69.3 70.6 59.7 46.2 41.7
1926.... 40.8 43.3 43.9 52.2 ...-- 67.2 ... .... -- ...--- 57.6 46.6 ...

Means 43.4 44.4 49.3 53.6 61.1 67.4 69.9 70.1 67.3 58.5 47.8 44.1
Values from 1910 to 1919, inclusive, are for Macclenny, 1 mile east of
Glen St. Mary.









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HOMESTEAD, DADE COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. Mar.1 Apr. May I JuneJ July \ Aug.] Sep.] Oct. ] Nov.] Dec.

1910.... ..- ...... . ...... .... .... .... 89.8 90.9 89.1 86.2 79.5 74.3
1911-... 79.4 80.0 82.9 84.1 86.0 89.9 90.2 91.4 90.3 89.5 84.4 80.6
1912... 78.5 75.5 83.8 87.1 88.3 90.3 89.8 93.5 ..... ...... 78.4 80.0
1913.... 79.5 80.9 83.7 80.9 85.5 86.6 90.3 90.1 89.3 86.5 81.2 80.5
1914 .. 74.7 77.8 72.5 85.6 86.2 89.8 90.0 90.7 90.2 ... ..- .....
1915.... ...... ...... ...... 79.8 89.7 89.3 90.5 92.4 90.2 87.5 81.6 76.3
1916.... 80.5 78.3 81.0 84.1 87.2 89.3 89.5 89.1 90.1 85.5 80.4 79.3
1917.... 80.1 78.6 83.0 83.5 87.6 89.0 90.6 90.3 89.1 86.5 77.9 75.9
1918.... 75.4 81.3 85.4 86.1 85.3 89.8 91.2 91.3 89.8 88.1 82.0 1 78.9
1919 ... 77.1 78.3 82.0 83.7 88.3 88.0 91.4 92.3 89.3 88.6 83.4 78.9
1920.... 79.6 76.7 80.4 86.5 87.2 89.8 90.6 91.2 90.4 83.0 81.5 81.4
1921.... 79.3 82.6 85.1 86.5 87.2 92.9 91.6 92.4 91.8 89.2 86.1 82.1
1922 ... 79.8 81.4 84.3 87.3 88.9 92.2 91.9 --... .... 87.6 87.2 ......
1923.... 81.9 82.2 86.8 88.8 89.8 91.9 91.2 90.9 90.6 86.6 81.6 .....
1924...1 81.5 78.6 82.7 87.2 91.0 95.0 93.3 93.6 89.8 88.0 ...... .....
1925.. ------ ..-.... .--..- ... .... .....---- .... ...... 90.6 89.8 .... .....
1926... 76.9 79.5 79.4 ---- ...... .- ..- .------ - ...... 77.7

Means 78.9 79.4 i 82.4 85.1 87.7 90.3 90.8 91.4 90.0 87.3 81.9 1 78.8

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. j Mar.1 Apr. I May I Junel July Aug.I Sep. I Oct. I Nov.1 Dec.

1910.... -..- ...... ..- ...... ..... ............... 70.9 69.9 67.1 53.7 47.6
1911.... 56.5 52.9 55.8 64.7 64.0 65.0 69.0 70.3 70.4 69.0 66.5 60.9
1912.... 58.0 50.0 64.1 65.7 68.4 70.7 70.7 72.9 ...... ..... 65.9 61.7
1913.... 61.5 58.9 66.4 60.3 64.2 69.0 71.9 71.8 68.9 65.7 62.2 57.0
1914.... 56.8 55.4 52.9 63.2 63.1 70.0 72.0 70.4 69.9 -- ...... ......
1915.... ...... ...... ...... 58.6 68.5 71.5 72.2 72.5 71.9 71.4 63.2 55.3
1916.... 63.1 53.1 51.7 67.6 68.8 71.3 72.5 70.0 68.4 64.9 55.4
1917 ... 55.4 50.2 61.0 58.6 62.4 70.0 70.1 69.6 70.4 68.4 54.6 51.5
1918.... 49.5 57.5 58.2 61.8 66.1 71.5 69.2 70.7 70.8 72.5 61.5 54.0
1919.... 53.9 55.1 61.5 59.2 66.0 69.6 70.8 70.7 70.0 68.7 60.8 54.0
1920.... 53.9 51.6 55.5 65.1 64.8 65.2 70.2 69.0 68.7 65.0 61.3 58.1
1921.... 53.3 53.4 56.6 60.0 61.3 64.2 70.5 69.6 69.9 69.5 64.5 57.1
1922.... 49.9 57.1 57.1 60.6 64.5 68.2 68.2 .... ...... 67.4 60.4 .....
1923.... 52.9 55.0 56.6 61.5 67.3 72.8 73.2 73.4 I 76.2 62.9 53.7 --.-
1924.... 52.5 48.0 53.9 62.1 71.6 75.6 73.5 77.1 69.9 .... ....
1925.. .. ...... ...... ..... 70.6 68.9 -.. ....
1926.... 54.5 54.3 55.0 ... ...--. .. ----. -.. .-..- .. 55.7

Means 55.1 53.8 57.6 61.6 65.7 | 69.4 70.9 71.5 70.6 68.2 61.0 55.7








142 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station





HYPOLUXO, PALM BEACH COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.( Apr. May ( June( July I Aug.l Sep. Oct. Nov.1 Dec.

1910.... 74.2 74.5 77.7 80.9 83.6 86.8 90.5 90.7 89.1 84.4 ...... ......
1911.... 78.5 82.1 82.3 84.9 89.6 90.7 ...... 908 88.5 ...-. 79.6
1912.... 76.9 73.6 82.1 86.1 88.3 89.3 91.2 ...... 90.3 87.0 784 79.2
1913.... 78.7 79.0 81.5 80.9 85.1 87.6 91.6 90.5 87.2 84.0 77.6 77.2
1914.... 74.3 76.3 74.9 81.9 84.5 89.2 90.1 91.4 88.2 845 79.8 78.7
1915.... 75.6 75 75 75.0 78.9 87.1 87.1 89.8 88.9 88.3 86.2 80.3 73.8
1916.... 78.4 76.1 78 5 80.5 85.2 87.1 I 89.8 89.2 88.9 85.7 79.9 79.0
1917.... 79.8 .. 80.7 81.4 85.9 86.2 89.5 91.3 87.3 84.7 75.9 75.5
1918... 74.4 79.7 82.6 81.9 83.1 87.2 88.6 89.7 88.1 84.4 80.9 76.2
1919.... 74.5 76.2 80.0 80.7 84.7 85.9 87.4 90.2 87.7 86.5 81.3 78.5
1920.... 76.8 75.7 77.0 82.1 84.5 83.3 1 88.6 87.5 88.1 82.7 80.4 77.5
1921 ....76.8 77.8 80.3 82.0 84.0 87.5 88.6 89.1 89.2 83.2 82.2 74.4
1922.... 73.0 78.8 81.1 83.7 86.5 87.4 86.9 88.4 86.7 83.6 81.2 79.9
1923 .... .. .. .... ..... 848 84.7 86.4 87.3 87.6 86.8 83.2 77.7 78.6
1924.... .... 73 8 76.3 80.8 84.9 89.0 90.5 91.4 87.6 83.4 81.0 79.7
1925.... 79.4 78.6 79.8 82.2 83.4 85.9 88 8 88.4 88.6 87.9 80.4 79.4
1926.... 78.4 78.9 79.1 84.5 85.6 87.5 88.3 89.0 88.0 85.5 83.1 80.4
Means 76.5 76.9 79.3 82.1 85.1 87.4 89.3 89.6 88.3 85.0 80.0 78.0

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.L Apr. ( May I Junel July ( Aug.l Sep. I Oct. ( Nov.I Dec.

1910.... 55.9 57.5 56.4 58.9 70.5 69.9 73.1 72.8 73.5 69.4 .... .....
1911 ... ... 58.1 59.3 66.3 67.3 69.9 72.7 ...... 74.4 73.4 ...... 65.2
1912... 59.6 52.1 67.6 69.8 69.9 73.1 74.5 .. 73.5 72.4 64.5 65.1
1913.... 66.0 61.8 68.1 63.4 68.0 69.7 73.0 73.2 74.4 668 65.3 59.5
1914.... 54.4 59.5 55.5 65.5 70.4 71.6 71.9 77.2 73.5 70.8 65.7 62.5
1915.... 61.7 59.5 52.3 63.2 70.6 72.6 74.6 75.6 73.9 74.4 ...... 54.2
1916.... 66.1 55.4 52.7 60.9 69.3 71.1 74.7 73.6 72 8 71.6 65.6 58.5
1917.... 60.4 52.1 64.1 63.8 64.8 73.2 73.4 73.2 72.9 '71.2 59.0 54.3
1918.... 49.4 62.1 62.5 64.2 70.6 71.1 72.3 75.0 71.7 73.0 65.6 59.7
1919.... 57.0 56.9 63.4 63.6 68.1 70.9 72.8 73.0 72.1 74.6 65.4 59.4
1920... 59.3 53.1 58.7 65.1 66.5 71.1 73.1 72.6 71.7 69.8 64.9 58.8
1921.... 58.0 58.5 66.5 66.2 65.3 70.9 72.6 72.8 73.7 70.5 64.5 59.3
1922.... 57.6 62.6 65.7 67.7 68.7 70.8 72.7 72.6 72.4 71.6 66.8 63.2
1923. 60.1 50.7 65.8 64.6 66.7 71.4 73.1 73.5 73.7 69.6 58.6 62.1
1924.. -.. ..53.9 55.8 63.8 67.0 72.3 73.3 74.3 73.6 71.7 64.6 63.9
1925.... 65.8 58.2 60.9 62.2 68.3 74.0 73.9 72.9 72.6 71.1 64.8 I 57.4
1926.... 57.7 54.6 56.8 64.9 67.8 71.3 73.2 75.1 75.3 71.3 63.9 64.0
Means 59.3 1 56.9 1 60.7 1 64.4 68.2 71.5 73.2 73.8 73.3 71.4 64.2 60.4








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INVERNESS, CITRUS COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year Jan. I Feb. I Mar.) Apr. ) May ) Junei July Aug.I Sep. I Oct. \ Nov.! Dec.

1910.... 66.3 68.0 76.9 80.7 86.1 86.4 86.5 86.4 89.0 81.0 70.8 63.4
1911.... 71.5 74.4 76.8 82.4 84.9 90.3 88.2 87.9 89.6 85.8 74.3 72.5
1912.... 65.5 64.2 77.1 83.4 86.5 89.3 90.4 89.4 86.6 83.0 70.5 71.0
1913.... 74.5 70.3 77.3 79.0 85.9 90.0 88.9 88.7 86.9 79.9 74.6 67.9
1914 .. 65.1 67.3 71.0 83.4 90.9 94.8 92.0 92.8 86.8 81.5 ...... ..
1915.... ...... ...... ..... ...... 88.2 91.0 89.9 91.4 90.9 84.2 79.0 66.9
1916.... 77.4 72.4 75.7 81.7 88.6 89.6 90.1 90.5 87.8 82.2 77.4 71.9
1917.... 76.2 73.3 82.4 85.3 87.4 90.6 91.0 .. .... ...... 72.5 68.1
1918.... 63.7 79.3 80.6 78.8 86.6 90.8 88.6 91.8 86.3 85.0 74.6 67.7
1919.... 67.1 69.7 78.5 83.4 85.9 87.9 89.0 90.1 87.9 88.8 78.3 69.9
1920.... 71.8 65.8 75.9 82.6 84.6 88.2 90.2 89.8 88.1 82.2 74.6 67.9
1921.... 71.7 74.5 85.2 83.6 87.0 92.7 89.2 92.3 93.8 82.7 81.7 74.1
1922....) 70.6 78.2 80.4 88.3 89.0 90.5 91.0 88.4 87.6 82.8 78.5 80.1
1923.... 77.2 73.2 ...... .. 79.6 84.8 88.4 89.0 88.0 79.1 72.4 73.3
1924-.... 68.0 67.4 70.9 81.1 86.6 90.8 89.1 90.7 86.9 77.5 73.9 72.5
1925.... 70.0 73.1 77.5 82.4 86.8 88.8 88.0 90.1 91.3 ..... ..... ......
1926.... ... .... .. .... ...... .... .. .. ...... ...... ..... 86.7 75.3 77.1

Means 70.4 I 71.4 77.6 82.6 86.5 89.8 89.4 90.0 88.5 82.8 75.2 71.0

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.I Apr. j May [ Junel July ( Aug.! Sep. Oct. Nov.{ Dec.

1910.... 40.8 46.0 51.8 55.0 65.1 70.0 71.6 73.0 69.8 65.0 46.4 | 39.7
1911.... 48.8 51.5 52.8 62.5 63.7 71.1 72.3 72.6 71.7 67.7 56.7 53.1
1912.... 45.5 40.2 54.5 63.7 68.7 73.9 73.1 71.7 72.5 66.9 50.6 52.8
1913.... 55.4 50.9 58.4 56.6 63.1 68.3 72.4 72.4 69.0 56.0 52.2 48.8
1914.... 44.5 46.2 46.3 59.5 65.1 71.6 71.6 71.6 67.0 62.9 ...... .....
1915.... .... .... .... ..... 68.6 70.6 73.2 73.1 71.5 67.1 55.3 41.3
1916.... 54.4 45.7 48.4 54.7 66.2 69.9 72.3 71.6 69.2 64.3 53.0 47.6
1917.... 51.1 45.0 53.5 57.4 61.0 69.4 71.7 ........... .... 45.7 40.8
1918.... ... ...... 57.8 58.3 64.5 70.5 70.8 71.5 68.3 68.6 51.2 50.5
1919.... 45.5 49.2 58.5 58.8 65.7 71.2 70.8 71.9 71.4 70.1 58.7 47.8
1920.... 48.6 45.7 50.2 61.6 64.7 68.9 72.0 72.7 71.5 60.4 54.4 46.6
1921.... 47.4 48.7 59.8 58.9 62.4 70.0 71.7 72.2 71.3 62.6 56.0 51.4
1922.... 45.7 53.0 55.7 61.0 65.9 70.0 71.4 71.1 70.4 66.7 56.2 50.5
1923.... 43.4 49.4 ... ...... 63.6 70.7 71.4 72.1 70.7 61.3 47.5 53.2
1924.... 48.6 44.1 47.7 58.9 63.0 71.3 72.8 73.5 71.5 62.4 51.7 51.8
1925.... 53.3 49.1 53.9 57.4 63.9 71.6 73.3 72.8 73.5 ...... .. .
1926.... ...... ...... .... .... ...... .. ..... ..... .. .61.0 51.9 52.7
Means 48.1 47.5 53.5 58.9 64.7 70.6 72.0 72.3 70.6 64.2 52.5 48.6








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JACKSONVILLE, DUVAL COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year 1 Jan. I Feb. I Mar.I Apr. I May l June| July I Aug.I Sep. Oct. I Nov.I Dec.

1910.... 62.8 64.4 74.0 78.8 83.6 86.5 88.8 87.8 86.2 79.3 69.4 60.4
1911... 67.8 70.9 73.7 78.1 82.0 92.1 89.1 88.0 89.5 83.1 70.2 68.0
1912.... 61.7 61.9 71.5 78.7 85.3 85.2 89.2 89.3 88.1 80.4 68.9 68.3
1913.... 71.5 66.4 72.8 76.3 83.5 87.0 91.4 88.6 85.0 78.6 71.7 65.9
1914.... 64.0 63.6 67.0 78.8 83.1 91.9 90.3 90.0 84.2 78.8 70.3 61.5
1915 ... 63.3 63.7 64.8 75.9 86.0 87.5 89.7 90.4 86.5 79.3 74.1 63.5
1916.... 70.0 66.6 70.0 76.1 83.7 87.0 87.3 89.7 83.3 75.2 70.7 66.8
1917.... 70.0 67.4 74.4 78.3 82.5 87.3 89.2 88.3 81.6 74.2 66.8 57.0
1918. .. 60.1 71.2 75.5 74.5 81.1 87.0 85.8 89.5 82.6 79.4 68.2 64.7
1919... 63.6 64.9 70.8 75.1 82.7 82.8 87.8 89.0 82.6 84.4 73.2 64.8
1920-... 65.0 61.2 69.5 76.6 78.0 85.6 87.8 87.6 85.9 75.7 69.4 63.7
1921.... 65.5 68.5 78.0 76.0 80.5 87.4 86.2 87.5 88.9 76.5 73.5 68.0
1922.... 60.5 70.4 72.5 79.4 83.7 87.8 89.6 85.1 82.9 78.1 72.1 69.2
1923... 67.9 66.9 73.1 76.7 79.4 84.9 87.4 90.1 85.0 76.6 67.9 68.9
1924.-.. 61.8 63.2 66.1 75.6 82.6 89.7 88.9 89.6 82.9 73.5 70.3 66.3
1925 ... 65.5 67.9 72.4 77.1 79.9 86.4 90.1 86.9 91.1 80.6 67.0 62.4
1926.... 61.4 67.1 66.2 75.0 82.2 87.0 87.1 89.4 85.4 79.4 67.9 69.3
Means 64.8 | 66.2 71.6 1 76.9 82.3 87.2 88.6 88.6 85.4 78.4 70.1 65.2

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year j Jan. Feb. Mar.| Apr. I May June| July Aug.i Sep. Oct. Nov.I Dec.

1910.... 43.3 46.1 55.1 57.0 66.2 71.0 73.2 73.2 71.1 64.7 49.6 41.1
1911.... 48.5 51.0 54.9 61.8 65.4 72.6 72.9 73.3 73.5 68.7 53.6 52.3
1912... 43.6 43.1 53.6 62.9 69.8 71.2 74.5 74.3 73.9 66.0 50.4 51.4
1913.... 55.7 50.4 56.9 58.3 65.1 69.6 73.2 72.9 69.6 59.7 54.7 50.6
1914.... 46.3 47.0 48.4 61.4 66.5 73.6 73.6 74.1 70.3 64.2 53.0 47.6
1915.... 46.3 47.9 46.8 57.9 69.6 72.0 73.8 75.2 73.2 67.5 58.0 44.0
1916.... 54.9 47.8 49.0 57.9 67.4 71.7 73.5 73.5 70.2 63.8 55.5 49.1
1917.... 52.4 46.3 56.8 60.8 63.7 71.1 72.8 74.0 70.2 59.8 49.1 39.7
1918.... 40.0 54.5 59.6 59.6 67.4 72.6 72.2 73.0 68.9 69.6 52.7 51.6
1919... 47.0 50.2 56.9 59.5 66.9 71.9 74.3 74.0 72.1 72.7 60.1 47.4
1920.... 49.6 46.6 51.5 60.9 65.8 71.7 72.5 73.5 71.7 62.0 53.8 47.1
1921... 50.5 50.6 62.0 59.7 65.3 72.6 72.5 73.5 74.2 62.0 58.2 51.4
1922-... 46.2 53.7 57.0 63.5 69.1 72.3 74.3 72.5 70.8 | 67.2 57.5 53.9
1923.... 50.6 49.0 56.1 61.7 65.2 72.6 72.5 73.7 72.2 63.2 51.3 54.6
1924.... 45.6 46.1 50.2 59.8 65.5 72.8 73.4 74.8 71.4 63.2 54.5 50.5
1925... 51.7 52.4 55.7 61.0 65.1 72.3 74.3 73.5 75.4 64.6 53.1 45.8
1926..-. 46.9 48.9 49.8 58.3 65.5 71.0 73.2 75.1 73.1 64.5 52.1 52.5
Means 48.2 48.9 54.1 60.1 66.4 71.9 73.3 73.8 71.9 64.9 54.0 1 48.9









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KEY WEST, FLORIDA

Mean Maximum Temperature
Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.l Apr. I May June! July Aug.1 Sep. Oct. I Nov.i Dec.

1910.... 72.8 74.0 76.1 79.6 83.5 86.9 87.9 88.9 86.4 82.1 75.2 70.5
1911.... 75.3 76.6 79.0 82.4 82.9 86.7 87.7 87.6 88.1 86.8 81.0 76.1
1912.... 74.6 71.4 78.5 83.2 95.6 86.2 87.5 88.7 87.8 85.1 76.8 77.5
1913.... 78.6 79.1 82.2 80.5 83.5 85.3 87.7 87.4 86.4 82.9 78.0 76.1
1914.... 72.9 75.0 73.8 82.1 83.8 87.4 88.9 89.7 87.2 83.1 77.1 75.6
1915.... 73.9 73.3 70.6 77.1 85.5 87.7 89.6 89.8 87.8 85.5 80.2 73.2
1916.... 78.4 75.1 76.2 79.4 84.0 87.1 87.3 87.9 87.1 83.9 78.8 76.9
1917.... 77.8 75.1 80.1 80.5 82.8 86.5 88.2 88.8 86.7 84.0 74.9 71.1
1918.... 72.3 78.2 81.4 81.5 82.5 86.8 89.1 89.2 87.9 84.7 79.8 76.2
1919.... 72.7 75.3 79.7 80.8 84.4 85.3 87.7 89.4 87.1 86.4 80.5 76.4
1920....- 75.8 73.6 75.9 81.9 83.8 86.4 88.5 87.9 87.4 81.7 78.6 75.3
1921.... 75.0 77.0 81.7 82.2 82.9 86.3 87.2 88.2 87.4 83.7 80.6 77.6
1922...- 75.2 77.5 80.5 83.3 84.4 87.4 87.7 88.4 87.4 84.7 80.4 78.2
1923.... 75.7 77.3 81.1 83.6 83.8 86.8 87.9 88.0 87.5 82.6 75.9 77.8
1924.... 75.9 72.7 75.1 83.3 85.9 88.5 89.9 90.2 88.4 82.7 77.3 78.2
1925.... 79.4 76.9 78.7 79.6 83.7 87.3 89.2 89.8 87.9 86.5 79.8 76.2
1926.... 75.0 75.7 76.8 83.0 84.2 87.5 89.1 88.8 87.9 84.4 77.9 78.5
Means 75.4 75.5 78.1 81.4 84.0 86.8 88.3 88.7 87.4 84.2 78.4 76.0

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year | Jan. I Feb. Mar.! Apr. ( May Junel July Aug.! Sep. Oct. Nov.l Dec.

1910.... 62.6 63.9 66.5 68.9 73.4 76.9 77.8 77.3 76.5 72.2 65.5 60.1
1911.... 65.3 66.4 68.0 71.8 72.2 76.8 76.7 1 76.4 76.9 76.8 72.9 68.9
1912.... 65.4 61.7 70.7 75.1 76.3 76.1 77.8 78.6 78.3 75.5 68.6 69.6
1913.... 69.7 68.0 1 72.6 70.0 72.2 75.0 77.8 76.7 76.6 73.8 68.9 66.4
1914.... 63.3 64.8 ) 63.9 70.9 74.0 77.2 78.3 i 78.8 76.7 73.5 68.8 67.1
1915.... 65.1 63.4 60.7 67.4 74.7 77.4 79.2 79.2 76.9 76.3 70.8 63.5
1916-.. 69.3 64.1 64.1 68.4 73.8 76.9 773 77.1 76.3 74.7 69.6 66.5
1917... 67.3 63.3 70.3 69.3 72.7 76.6 78.6 78.3 76.6 74.7 65.7 61.6
1918.... 60.5 68.0 69.6 71.9 73.1 77.3 77.9 79.5 77.3 75.2 71.1 67.2
1919.... 63.5 65.4 70.4 70.2 74.1 75.7 77.4 79.0 77.7 76.9 71.5 67.7
1920... 66.3 62.9 65.6 72.5 74.3 76.5 79.3 77.3 76.9 73.4 70.4 65.9
1921.... 66.1 66.8 71.3 72.2 73.4 77.0 77.2 78.1 76.9 75.5 71.6 69.2
1922.... 65.6 67.4 71.4 74.2 74.3 77.0 76.9 178.0 77.0 75.5 70.9 69.0
1923... 65.3 68.2 1 71.2 72.2 1 73.9 76.4 77.6 77.4 77.1 73.6 67.4 68.0
1924... 66.5 62.9 64.0 72.8 74.4 77.9 79.4 79.5 77.6 73.8 69.4 69.2
1925.... 70.7 66.7 68.0 69.1 73.2 78.1 78.2 78.3 77.1 76.5 70.6 66.1
1926.... 64.8 63.7 65.9 72.1 73.2 77.3 77.2 77.2 78.0 73.9 69.4 68.7
Means| 65.7 65.2 67.9 71.1 ) 73.7 | 76.8 77.9 78.0 77.1 74.8 69.6 66.7









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KISSIMMEE, OSCEOLA COUNTY

Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. ( Mar.l Apr. j May I June! July Aug.1 Sep. Oct. I Nov. Dec.

1910.... 69.9 72.3 79.2 84.7 90.0 91.3 92.2 92.2 92.4 82.9 75.9 68.7
1911.... 75.9 78.5 81.9 87.2 88.1 95.9 92.3 91.8 92.4 88.7 78.6 76.4
1912.... 70.5 69.2 81.8 87.4 90.4 89.0 92.3 93.3 90.4 85.7 76.4 77.1
1913.... 78.7 76.1 79.7 81.9 88.2 90.7 94.5 90.5 88.6 83.0 77.9 73.4
1914 ... 70.5 73.7 75.0 84.3 88.4 93.8 92.4 93.5 90.5 85.3 77.5 71.7
1915.... 69.8 71.2 70.3 80.5 92.0 91.9 92.4 94.5 91.6 85.5 80.4 69.9
1916.... 77.2 75.0 79.1 84.1 89.9 92.0 92.1 93.5 89.2 84.1 76.5 73.8
1917.... 77.0 74.9 82.9 85.4 90.2 92.2 93.9 91.1 87.8 83.1 74.2 69.0
1918... 67.8 80.2 83.2 82.4 87.4 93.3 90.8 92.7 88.7 85.6 77.4 72.1
1919.... 70.0 71.6 78.0 84.4 88.4 89.3 ...... .. ..... ...- ...... 73.8
1920.... ..... ... ...... ..... ...... 91.0 91.4 89.7 81.8 78.0 ...
1921.... ..... 74.6 85.3 84.2 87.4 92.1 91.6 93.4 93.7 ......- 75.5
1922.... 71.2 78.8 81.2 88.0 89.0 91.6 91.8 89.4 87.8 84.9 78.2 76.5
1923.... 74.6 75.7 82.3 85.7 86.6 88.3 90.5 92.9 89.8 82.3 75.7 77.5
1924.... 71.6 70.9 75.0 83.4 88.4 95.0 92.1 94.1 89.7 80.3 78.0 77.1
1925.... 75.7 76.4 79.5 85.6 86.0 91.2 ...... 92.0 93.6 88.2 ..... ......
1926.... .... 75.2 76.5 81.9 86.0 ........... ...... ......... 75.4 77.0
Means 72.9 74.6 79.4 84.4 88.5 91.8 92.1 92.4 1 90.4 84.4 77.2 74.0

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. 1 Mar.! Apr. I May I June! July Aug.1 Sep. Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1910.... 47.0 49.8 54.0 56.9 65.2 69.9 71.8 72.8 70.4 66.4 52.7 44.5
1911.... 52.6 53.1 56.5 63.7 64.2 70 8 71.6 72.2 70.9 68.2 61.5 57.8
1912 ... 51.6 47.3 59.6 64.6 68.9 71.9 73.4 72.4 72.5 67.7 54.7 57.2
1913.... 58.3 55.2 61.6 58.4 63.3 67.7 72.1 72.1 68.8 61.0 56.8 53.6
1914.... 50.3 52.4 50.7 61.1 65.1 70.3 71.3 71.4 69.6 65.4 56.9 53.4
1915 ... 51.1 50.6 48.3 56.9 69.4 71.0 ... -.... 73.3 69.5 58.8 45.6
1916.... 57.4 51.0 50.5 56.7 66.0 69.3 72.8 72.1 70.1 66.9 57.3 52.6
1917.... 55.1 50.2 57.7 58.2 63.0 68.6 71.7 71.5 69.9 62.3 50.9 44.7
1918.... 40.3 .... 59.8 60.9 65.3 70.8 71.3 72.2 70.0 69.7 56.8 52.9
1919.... 51.1 52.5 58.6 57.2 66.0 70.7 [i ... ..... ... 49.7
1920......... ..... ...... ...... ...... ..... 74.1 73.7 71.7 65.3 62.1
1921.......... 54.3 61.6 59.0 61.7 69.6 71.9 71.1 69.9 ...... ..... 53.1
1922.... 50.7 55.5 56.8 62.1 65.2 70.4 72.3 71.5 70.4 68.1 58.6 54.0
1923.... 49.3 50.9 58.1 61.9 64.5 71.9 72.1 73.2 70.6 63.5 51.4 54.3
1924.... 52.4 46.1 52.1 60.9 64.5 70.5 73.1 73.7 70.0 64.1 54.8 53.2
1925 ... 56.0 52.6 54.1 59.2 62.1 71.0 ...... 71.9 72.2 64.9 ...... .....
1926.......... 49.3 51.6 58.7 62.9 ...... -... ... ...... .... 53.5 54.8
Means 51.7 51.4 55.7 59.8 64.8 70.3 72.3 72.3 70.7 65.9 56.2 52.1








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LAKE CITY, COLUMBIA COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.I Apr. I May I Junel July I Aug.1 Sep. I Oct. ( Nov.I Dec.
I I 1 1
1910....- 66.6 67.0 76.6 80.4 88.3 87.2 89.6 89.8 89.9 I 82.8 72.9 64.7
1911.... 72.4 75.2 77.3 82.1 86.2 92.4 88.5 88.7 92.1 I 84.7 72.4 1 70.7
1912.... 64.3 63.6 74.2 81.8 87.1 85.6 90.7 89.1 87.5 1 82.2 70.9 69.7
1913.... 74.8 69.1 75.9 83.6 88.6 89.4 92.9 90.4 87.8 I 79.5 74.1 66.8
1914.... 65.6 65.2 70.5 83.5 87.7 93.1 90.6 91.2 86.4 79.8 70.3 61.1
1915.... 62.2 64.7 65.3 80.8 88.5 92.1 92.9 92.5 90.7 82.4 75.6 64.4
1916.... 71.5 68.3 73.4 81.0 88.5 88.1 88.9 91.0 87.8 80.8 74.1 68.3
1917.... 73.2 70.3 79.5 84.2 85.1 92.2 93.4 93.1 86.8 79.7 71.4 60.5
1918.... 61.3 75.5 79.7 79.4 88.3 93.5 91.4 93.6 87.5 83.8 72.2 66.6
1919.... 65.8 67.3 77.0 82.0 87.7 90.1 91.6 91.3 89.5 90.1 77.1 67.7
1920.... 69.4 63.9 73.8 79.7 84.7 91.7 92.1 92.4 89.7 80.0 69.8 65.0
1921.... 69.3 72.0 83.3 84.3 85.7 93.7 88.1 91.4 92.1 78.0 74.1 70.8
1922.... 64.5 74.4 78.3 84.9 87.0 89.1 89.3 86.9 84.8 78.7 76.2 73.5
1923.... 71:1 68.7 74.2 77.6 82.7 85.9 88.5 90.7 88.8 79.9 73.5 72.3
1924.... 65.9 67.9 69.2 80.7 86.6 91.0 90.8 93.9 86.8 75.9 74.8 70.2
1925.... 69.0 71.2 78.3 82.4 85.1 88.4 90.4 89.3 93.3 83.2 69.1 65.4
1926.... 62.3 70.3 67.9 79.0 86.5 88.9 89.2 90.4 88.3 82.0 69.6 72.1
Means 67.6 69.1 75.0 81.6 86.7 90.1 90.5 90.9 88.8 81.4 72.8 67.6

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year i Jan. I Feb. I Mar.i Apr. I May I Junel July I Aug.I Sep. I Oct. I Nov.I Dec.
1 1
1910.... 39.6 42.6 49.4 51.1 61.7 67.3 69.2 70.2 67.3 62.0 44.9 37.9
1911.... 45.5 50.3 50.3 58.9 62.1 69.6 69.9 70.2 70.1 65.5 52.0 49.8
1912.... 41.6 40.0 51.3 60.8 66.5 68.7 72.0 1 71.3 71.9 62.3 47.2 49.3
1913 .... 53.0 46.9 55.9 53.3 60.4 65.6 70.1 69.7 66.7 53.5 51.1 47.7
1914.... 42.8 43.9 43.5 57.3 62.5 70.2 70.9 71.0 66.3 60.4 48.2 44.9
1915.... 43.0 44.5 42.6 53.5 66.9 69.2 71.6 71.6 69.2 63.8 52.7 40.1
1916.... 50.7 43.7 46.8 53.8 63.4 68.8 71.2 70.3 66.6 59.8 48.3 43.8
1917.... 48.1 41.7 51.3 56.1 59.0 67.9 71.2 71.3 67.4 54.5 42.7 36.7
1918.... 33.7 49.8 55.0 54.1 61.7 69.2 67.2 69.1 65.2 66.0 46.7 47.0
1919.... 42.0 45.7 53.5 53.5 62.5 67.7 69.8 70.2 67.9 67.2 54.1 41.6
1920.... 43.8 41.4 46.0 56.9 61.4 66.7 68.7 69.0 67.5 55.1 46.6 40.5
1921.... 43.5 44.7 55.4 54.4 61.8 68.7 70.8 71.4 69.9 58.9 54.3 47.9
1922.... 43.6 51.7 53.0 59.0 65.3 69.4 70.6 70.2 68.1 62.5 53.3 50.1
1923.... 45.8 46.9 52.5 58.2 62.0 68.1 70.1 70.3 68.1 58.1 44.7 49.4
1924.... 42.9 41.9 45.9 56.6 60.8 70.4 70.6 71.1 67.6 58.2 48.8 47.7
1925.... 48.1 47.2 51.4 55.4 60.7 68.4 69.8 69.3 70.8 59.3 46.5 41.9
1926.... 41.1 43.2 45.7 56.1 62.0 67.8 70.0 71.7 70.3 58.8 47.0 148.6
Means 44.0 45.1 50.0 55.8 62.4 68.5 70.2 70.5 68.3 60.3 48.8 1 45.0








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LONG KEY, MONROE COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. Mar.! Apr. May Junej July Aug.i Sep. I Oct. I Nov.I Dec.

1916 ...- ..... -. ...... ..... .--. 92.0 91.5 90.2 88.6 85.0 ...... 77.5
1917...1 79.1 75.0 81.3 81.7 84.9 88.4 89.3 90.2 87.4 83.9 74.9 72.1
1918... 71.5 79.0 81.9 82.5 83.6 89.2 90.2 89.8 88.7 85.2 79.4 75.3
1919.... 72.9 74.8 80.0 81.7 86.5 86.9 89.3 91.2 88.7 87.5 80.6 76.1
1920.... 76.2 75.0 77.4 84.3 86.0 89.3 91.0 90.1 89.5 82.1 78.8 75.2
1921.... 75.5 77.6 81.9 82.0 83.1 89.8 89.6 89.9 89.1 84.7 79.9 77.4
1922.... 74.8 76.9 80.4 84.9 85.9 90.0 89.6 91.1 89.0 83.8 79.8 78.0
1923.... 75.1 78.0 81.8 84.9 85.5 89.0 90.5 89.7 88.0' 82.1 76.0 75.9
1924.... 75.8 72.2 75.4 84.5 87.9 91.8 91.1 91.6 87.4 82.6 77.4 76.9
1925.... 78.2 76.0 78.9 81.0 84.8 87.7 90.2 90.8 87.9 85.2 79.0 75.1
1926-.. 73.6 74.6 76.5 84.2 84.8 89.4 90.8 88.7 87.5 84.0 78.1 78.1
Means 75.3 75.9 80.0 83.2 85.3 89.4 90.3 90.3 88.3 84.2 78.4 76.1

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May | Junel July Aug.| Sep. Oct.) Nov. Dec.

1916- ------... -.. ---------- 77.6 78.4 78.0 75.1 73.8 70.0 67.3
1917... 68.2 62.4 70.5 70.0 72.9 76.8 78.4 78.4 76.3 74.7 64.2 60.2
1918.. 59.9 68.4 69.9 71.8 73.5 77.0 77.5 78.2 76.9 75.3 69.9 66.0
1919...- 61.6 64.1 69.6 69.7 74.9 76.4 77.6 78.5 76.6 76.9 70.8 66.9
1920.... 66.5 61.8 65.4 73.1 73.8 76.4 78.1 77.3 77.4 72.4 69.8 65.8
1921 65.7 66.2 71.2 72.0 72.6 77.6 76.8 77.8 77.4 74.8 71.5 67.7
1922 65.1 67.4 71.4 73.6 73.4 77.2 77.8 78.5 77.2 75.2 71.2 69.8
1923.... 65.7 68.0 71.3 72.3 73.6 76.0 78.4 77.1 77.2 72.6 66.0 68.2
1924.... 67.0 62.1 64.1 73.2 75.4 79.1 79.2 79.9 78.1 74.5 68.6 69.1
1925.. 70.8 66.3 68.4 69.5 73.6 77.2 78.4 79.5 77.9 76.6 70.3 65.7
1926... 64.5 63.9 65.3 73.0 72.7 78.0 79.0 78.0 77.8 74.7 68.2 69.0
Means 65.5 I 65.1 68.7 71.8 73.6 77.2 78.1 78.3 77.1 74.7 69.1 66.9








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MADISON, MADISON COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. I Mar. Apr. May Junel July I Aug.l Sep. I Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1910.... 64.7 65.0 77.8 80.3 88.1 87.3 89.9 89.7 90.8 82.5 70.1 60.4
1911.... 70.0 72.8 77.5 82.2 87.0 93.8 90.3 90.4 92.8 84.5 69.0 1 67.8
1912 .. 58.8 61.0 74.5 81.2 88.5 86.3 91.2 90.5 86.6 81.5 67.7 64.9
1913-. 70.7 65.7 73.4 80.9 86.8 88.7 91.4 90.2 86.3 78.6 72.7 65.2
1914 ... 65.1 63.0 70.0 83.1 89.4 95.6 92.7 91.9 85.9 79.8 69.4 60.3
1915.... 62.5 64.6 65.8 81.1 89.1 92.1 93.5 91.8 90.9 81.2 73.4 64.0
1916.... 70.7 68.5 72.5 79.9 89.8 89.5 88.2 91.4 87.7 80.2 71.8 65.9
1917 ... 69.0 67.1 77.2 84.0 83.9 91.4 90.3 90.2 85.2 77.6 68.6 58.9
1918 ... 59.3 73.9 77.8 78.6 88.2 92.4 91.4 92.9 87.9 83.2 70.5 64.7
1919... 64.4 65.1 74.3 79.9 85.3 87.5 87.8 89.9 87.8 90.1 77.8 67.7
1920.... 67.7 62.3 71.8 77.4 84.7 90.3 91.0 91.0 90.0 81.4 70.0 64.1
1921 ....67.9 69.6 82.5 81.3 85.1 95.0 89.1 92.9 96.0 80.6 75.0 70.6
1922 ..- 62.9 73.0 77.0 84.3 86.6 89.5 90.4 87.7 86.7 79.5 74.9 69.9
1923... 68.3 67.5 ...... .. 82.5 85.8 87.6 88.9 88.4 78.5 69.3 69.9
1924... 63.7 64.6 66.4 78.1 1 83.8 90.8 90.3 94.1 86.3 77.3 73.1 66.6
1925... 66.9 69.8 76.2 82.1 86.1 90.5 92.5 91.4 95.1 82.3 69.2 62.4
1926 ... 61.1 69.5 67.1 77.2 85.7 88.7 89.1 90.5 90.5 82.7 68.0 70.0
Means 65.5 67.2 73.9 80.7 86.5 90.3 90.4 90.9 89.1 81.3 71.2 j 65.5

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May I June] July I Aug.I Sep. I Oct. I Nov.! Dec.

1910..._ 38.3 39.9 50.7 52.7 63.2 68.2 71.3 71.5 68.2 61.6 44.8 34.8
1911.... 44.6 47.0 50.2 58.0 63.5 70.8 69.8 70.9 71.8 64.6 47.4 46.9
1912 ... 38.4 37.9 49.0 60.1 67.7 70.0 72.8 72.5 72.5 62.8 46.5 47.5
1913... 51.5 44.5 | 53.0 55.0 62.6 67.2 72.3 71.3 67.6 54.1 49.8 .46.1
1914...1 42.1 42.8 44.7 57.4 64.1 72.3 72.8 72.1 66.9 60.5 48.4 43.6
1915-... 41.8 43.9 42.3 53.7 67.8 70.9 72.7 73.1 70.6 63.8 51.8 38.6
1916 ... 49.1 42.6 45.0 54.1 64.7 69.3 72.3 72.2 67.0 60.3 49.3 43.5
1917..-1 48.6 42.6 51.5 57.4 59.6 69.1 71.6 72.1 67.8 54.1 42.5 36.8
1918... 33.8 49.9 54.9 54.3 62.9 71.1 69.1 70.5 65.8 65.9 47.7 48.1
1919.... 41.9 46.3 54.2 54.7 63.2 69.3 71.2 72.4 69.2 69.3 55.1 43.9
1920 .. 46.0 43.2 47.2 58.8 64.6 70.0 71.7 71.8 70.2 57.2 49.0 43.0
1921 ....46.0 47.6 58.1 57.5 63.0 70.5 71.7 72.0 71.9 59.2 55.0 48.8
1922 .. 44.5 52.7 52.8 60.2 66.1 70.6 71.9 70.8 68.1 62.3 53.5 51.6
1923.... 46.2 47.8 ...... ..... 61.4 69.6 70.9 71.8 69.3 57.8 46.2 51.0
1924..- 41.9 42.4 46.7 57.6 61.8 71.6 71.6 71.9 68.2 57.4 50.1 47.7
1925....49.0 48.4 52.4 57.4 62.6 71.1 72.4 71.0 73.4 61.3 48.3 42.3
1926-.. 43.4 45.8 46.9 55.3 62.0 69.3 71.7 72.9 71.0 59.1 45.9 48.7

Means 43.9 45.0 50.0 56.5 63.6 70.1 71.6 71.8 69.4 60.7 48.9 44.9








150 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station





MALABAR, BREVARD COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. I Mar. [ Apr. ( May [ Junel July I Aug.| Sep. ( Oct. Nov.( Dec.

1910.... 72.4 74.4 78.3 83.6 86.5 90.3 91.8 90.6 90.8 84.0 77.6 69.8
1911.... 76.6 78.7 81.5 ...... 83.6 90.7 90.5 90.5 89.4 86.5 79.5 73.7
1912.... 71.3 69.7 78.7 82.7 83.7 88.7 91.8 91.5 89.6 84.9 76.0 77.0
1913.... 78.3 74.5 79.2 80.4 84.9 88.4 93.3 91.0 88.3 83.5 76.3 74.5
1914 ... 72.6 74.6 73.7 81.8 86.3 92.0 91.8 92.9 89.2 84.5 76.8 73.4
1915.... 70.3 71.4 70.6 78.5 88.1 89.7 92.1 93.0 90.7 85.0 80.5 70.9
1916.... 77.5 73.8 78.6 80.6 86.6 90.2 91.4 92.1 88.9 84.1 77.3 76.0
1917.... 78.4 74.8 81.7 82.7 86.4 88.1 91.2 92.4 87.8 84.1 74.2 71.1
1918.... 68.8 77.9 83.4 81.2 86.1 91.7 91.4 92.9 88.7 87.5 79.7 74.6
1919.... 72.0 73.3 79.7 82.8 87.8 89.3 94.0 .... 90.9 90.6 79.8 76.2
1920.... 74.5 71.4 75.3 83.7 85.6 88.8 91.5 91.2 90.1 82.3 78.3 75.2
1921... 77.3 76.5 83.3 81.4 85.2 91.3 90.8 92.1 91.8 84.5 81.2 76.9
1922.... 72.7 77.1 79.8 84.8 87.5 90.5 90.6 89.0 87.5 83.8 78.4 78.8
1923.... 75.5 75.8 82.8 84.6 85.5 89.2 91.2 91.8 87.9 83.2 75.4 77.6
1924.... 73.6 71.8 75.3 82.6 87.5 93.1 92.2 92.7 89.1 78.6 75.5 1 76.6
1925.... 75.5 75.5 77.1 82.6 84.5 88.9 90.3 89.5 90.3 86.9 76.1 72.0
1926.... 71.3 75.2 75.2 80.2 86.0 88.9 89.7 90.2 87.5 ...... ...... .
Means 74.0 74.5 78.5 82.1 86.0 900 91.5 91.5 89.3 84.6 77.7 74.6

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year | Jan. IFeb. ( Mar.j Apr. I May I June! July I Aug.l Sep. ) Oct. Nov.I Dec.

1910....- 47.1 50.9 53.4 54.3 1 64.5 67.4 69.3 70.3 70.7 65.4 51.3 44.2
1911.... 54.3 50.5 54.8 62.1 63.5 67.4 67.9 69.9 71.3 68.1 62.9 56.0
1912.... 50.5 45.0 59.5 64.5 ... 71.1 74.2 1 73.0 72.1 71.0 60.9 60.8
1913.... 61.1 57.5 63.8 60.4 65.7 67.7 70.8 72.4 72.8 62.6 61.0 55.7
1914.... 50.6 54.7 51.3 63.0 67.8 69.7 71.4 72.5 70.7 68.5 60.1 1 55.0
1915.... 54.5 53.6 48.3 60.2 68.6 70.9 73.7 74.9 74.6 72.4 61.9 48.8
1916.... 61.8 52.0 49.8 59.2 67.9 69.7 73.8 72.0 72.2 70.3 62.1 55.4
1917.... 57.2 50.0 58.3 58.9 61.7 69.1 72.3 72.1 72.1 67.6 55.5 49.2
1918.... 45.5 57.4 61.1 61.7 70.0 71.0 71.9 72.7 71.5 71.8 60.7 54.3
1919 .. 52.3 54.3 60.5 60.6 67.0 71.5 72.7 .... 73.2 73.2 64.6 55.7
1920... 53.0 50.7 55.3 63.8 66.7 71.4 73.0 73.3 72.4 67.8 60.2 52.4
1921.... 53.8 52.7 62.7 62.8 64.2 70.8 72.5 73.5 74.7 68.2 61.3 57.1
1922.... 54.7 57.5 62.5 64.8 67.4 70.1 71.7 71.7 71.9 70.9 65.4 57.4
1923 ... 54.4 55.0 61.5 64.9 65.0 71.1 72.5 73.1 72.3 67.9 54.0 57.3
1924.-. 56.7 50.3 52.6 63.6 65.9 71.7 72.9 74.6 74.0 69.5 60.3 58.9
1925.. 61.1 55.2 56.0 58.0 67.3 72.2 72.7 73.6 73.2 69.1 60.8 1 53.7
1926.... 51.2 50.8 52.8 61.6 65.7 69.8 72.9 74.5 75.5 ... ... .......
Means 54.1 52.8 56.7 61.4 66.2 70.2 72.1 72.8 72.7 69.0 60.2 154.5









Bulletin 200, The Climate of Florida 151





MARIANNA, JACKSON COUNTY

Mean Maximum Temperature

Year i Jan. Feb. I Mar. I Apr. I May I Junel July I Aug.l Sep. I Oct. | Nov.I Dec.

1910.... 62.9 63.3 77.3 78.9 86.4 87.0 88.7 89.3 88.9 82.5 70.7 ...
1911.... 70.2 70.4 76.3 78.5 87.2 92.7 89.5 90.6 93.0 82.8 70.1 69.2
1912.... 58.2 59.4 70.2 79.2 87.8 88.8 91.3 90.5 j 86.8 82.0 70.0 67.0
1913....) 71.4 65.1 71.3 82.2 89.8 92.1 95.4 93.3 86.0 78.7 76.3 64.8
1914.... 65.0 62.4 70.3 84.6 92.5 99.3 93.1 90.9 85.9 79.6 69.9 59.7
1915.... 60.6 62.6 63.7 81.6 89.5 93.5 94.1 93.2 92.2 81.6 75.2 66.1
1916.... 708 66.5 72.9 79.7 90.5 90.5 89.6 92.9 88.5 81.4 72.2 66.2
1917.... 68.5 67.0 77.6 82.6 83.6 93.1 91.9 91.3 86.1 78.5 71.4 57.8
1918.... 58.8 72.8 78.1 75.6 88.1 94.1 93.1 92.5 86.0 82.2 68.5 65.6
1919.... 61.9 64.2 74.7 81.8 85.5 91.1 90.4 92.9 92.2 91.7 75.6 68.0
1920.... .... 63.9 70.3 79.1 83.4 91.3 92.1 91.3 91.3 82.7 67.8 63.2
1921.... 71.0 ...... 82.3 78.8 84.4 94.4 90.7 93.3 95.7 81.1 76.6 69.3
1922.... 63.4 74.0 75.6 83.7 86.7 93.0 92.4 91.8 90.1 80.6 76.5 71.0
1923.... 70.4 68.4 74.1 79.6 84.2 87.9 89.3 90.3 90.4 80.4 71.3 70.1
1924.... 62.3 66.8 68.5 79.8 83.6 91.9 91.1 96.2 86.4 79.9 74.6 67.5
1925. .. 66.0 72.2 76.7 83.9 86.4 92.2 93.8 92.1 98.2 81.8 69.3 62.2
1926.... 60.7 68.0 66.9 78.7 85.9 89.9 89.6 90.5 90.2 82.9 67.8 70.2
Means 65.1 66.7 73.3 80.5 86.8 91.9 1 91.5 91.9 89.9 81.8 72.0 66.1

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year Jan. I Feb. I Mar. I Apr. | May I June! July I Aug.l Sep. ( Oct. I Nov.( Dec.

1910....37.9 38.4 49.3 50.4 60.0 67.8 70.7 70.7 66.8 58.5 43.7 36.4
1911.... 42.5 47.9 49.3 57.3 62.4 70.1 69.5 70.6 70.2 62.1 45.2 I45.2
1912... 38.1 35.7 47.8 57.9 63.7 67.6 71.0 70.4 70.4 59.4 39.8 42.2
1913.... 44.9 41.0 48.5 50.9 60.7 65.4 71.5 70.8 65.5 49.8 47.4 43.0
1914.... 37.1 38.4 41.6 54.6 62.0 72.2 71.1 69.7 64.4 56.8 43.9 42.1
1915.... 37.0 42.8 38.5 49.3 65.2 67.5 70.1 72.8 67.0 59.5 44.2 358
1916 ... 48.1 38.3 42.7 49.0 60.9 66.4 71.2 70.6 63.8 56.1 41.8 40.9
1917.... 46.0 41.3 48.9 52.0 56.7 65.8 70.3 70.3 65.5 49.3 39.8 33.0
1918.... 32.0 47.8 53.1 52.8 61.9 68.0 67.5 68.5 61.4 63.6 45.5 45.3
1919.... 36.8 41.2 49.1 52.2 61.8 68.4 70.5 69.8 66.0 66.4 51.2 39.1
1920....... 39.4 47.3 55.6 62.1 67.2 69.7 69.1 69.3 53.8 43.2 39.5
1921.... 42.8 ..... 55.2 54.1 61.3 68.0 70.4 70.2 69.4 54.6 50.5 43.2
1922.... 42.6 48.9 49.3 57.7 65.2 69.9 70.0 70.5 66.1 60.2 50.3 50.6
1923.... 44.8 45.4 50.5 55.8 61.3 69.5 70.4 70.8 68.9 56.3 43.4 48.9
1924.... 38.0 41.4 45.3 55.7 59.6 70.8 70.6 70.7 66.4 55.1 45.0 45.5
1925.... 47.0 45.8 49.2 55.9 60.6 69.9 71.3 70.3 72.2 60.0 46.5 39.1
1926.... 41.3 43.2 45.2 51.5 59.8 67.7 70.3 71.2 69.9 56.7 43.6 46.4
Means 41.1 42.3 47.7 53.7 61.5 68.4 70.4 70.4 67.2 1 57.5 45.0 42.1









152 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station





MERRITTS ISLAND, BREVARD COUNTY

Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. I Mar. Apr. I May June! July Aug.i Sep. I Oct. I Nov.J Dec.

1910... 68.6 70.8 75.5 77.7 81.9 83.6 86.1 85.7 84.2 78.8 72.4 65.
1911 ... 72.4 74.0 75.8 79.4 80.3 86.7 86.6 86.9 86.2 83.9 76.5 73.9
1912.... 68.9 66.0 76.2 81.1 82.9 84.0 86.8 88.8 87.4 82.4 74.1 74.4
1913... 75.8 71.6 77.5 78.2 82.9 85.7 89.4 87.2 85.6 80.4 74.8 71.6
1914.... 68.5 71.3 70.7 79.8 83.9 88.9 88.2 89.1 85.0 80.9 74.4 69.5
1915... 66.9 68.6 67.0 76.6 85.1 87.2 88.9 89.5 87.6 83.0 77.4 67.7
1916.... 74.6 71.3 75.0 78.7 84.1 86.6 87.6 88.4 85.8 81.3 74.9 72.1
1917.... 75.0 71.3 79.2 79.6 83.6 85.7 87.2 87.6 85.0 80.4 72.0 67.3
1918... 65.6 76.0 79.2 78.5 83.5 87.8 87.3 88.9 85.2 83.4 75.7 70.7
1919... 67.1 66.6 72.8 75.1 82.9 83.9 88.2 89.2 85.8 85.4 77.2 72.0
1920 ... 70.6 67.5 72.6 80.2 80.9 85.6 87.6 87.4 86.0 79.1 74.9 70.7
1921.... 72.6 73.2 79.6 80.3 82.1 87.8 87.8 88.5 88.6 81.3 77.2 73.4
1922 69.6 75.6 77.3 82.1 84.8 86.7 86.9 85.3 84.3 81.8 76.4 73.6
1923.... 71.5 71.8 78.4 80.1 81.4 83.9 86.8 88.0 85.0 79.5 71.3 73.4
1924..- 68.7 66.9 69.3 80.2 84.3 90.4 89.8 91.1 87.9 79.4 74.9 72.9
1925 .... .. .. 73.8 76.7 80.3 84.7 ...... 87.0 88.6 83.5 73.7 67.5
1926... 66.1 69.0 69.4 75.4 81.8 84.5 85.5 87.1 86.1 81.8 74.2 74.2

Means 70.2 70.7 74.7 78.8 82.7 86.1 87.5 88.0 86.1 81.5 74.8 71.2

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. I Mar.j Apr. I May Junel July Aug.j Sep. Oct. Nov.I Dec.

1910. 49.4 52.4 56.4 60.0 67.7 71.8 73.3 73.4 72.3 67.7 55.0 47.3
1911.. 56.0 55.5 59.1 66.0 66.6 71.8 72.2 73.4 73.9 71.9 64.6 60.1
1912.... 52.1 49.0 61.0 66.4 69.8 72.2 75.1 74.4 74.4 71.3 60.6 60.2
1913.... 62.4 57.4 64.1 62.0 66.4 70.1 74.0 74.0 72.7 65.5 61.3 56.1
1914.... 52.3 55.8 53.1 65.2 69.5 72.7 74.0 75.0 71.8 69.2 61.5 56.0
1915.. 53.6 54.6 49.9 60.8 71.1 73.1 74.8 76.5 75.6 72.2 63.0 49.2
1916-... 60.9 53.3 52.8 61.0 69.5 71.4 74.1 74.2 72.4 70.1 61.8 55.7
1917.... 58.8 51.9 60.4 62.4 66.3 71.8 73.9 73.6 72.5 67.0 50.8 49.8
1918.... 46.3 59.7 63.9 62.9 70.0 72.1 72.8 73.6 72.0 72.2 61.3 56.9
1919 ....54.6 55.2 61.0 62.9 69.4 73.2 74.7 73.2 73.0 73.8 65.3 57.4
1920 .. 54.9 52.3 57.5 65.1 67.6 72.4 74.1 74.5 72.8 67.7 61.8 54.2
1921 .. 55.5 55.3 64.5 64.6 66.2 73.3 74.2 74.1 75.3 68.6 63.4 58.8
1922. .. 54.2 57.9 62.5 66.1 69.0 71.9 74.0 73.3 72.0 71.3 63.7 58.0
1923... 54.7 55.7 61.9 65.1 66.6 72.9 73.5 73.9 72.3 67.3 55.8 58.7
1924 .. 55.0 50.1 52.8 63.1 67.2 72.8 73.7 74.5 73.7 67.6 60.1 57.6
1925.. ... .--- 58.7 61.9 66.6 72.6 73.1 73.9 74.5 68.4 60.4 52.4
1926.j 51.2 51.5 53.7 60.4 66.3 70.6 71.9 73.6 74.5 68.3 58.9 59.0
Means 54.5 54.2 58.4 63.3 68.0 72.2 73.7 74.1 73.3 69.4 60.5 55.7








Bulletin 200, The Climate of Florida 153





MIAMI, DADE COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. I Mar. Apr. I May June| July I Aug.l Sep. I Oct. I Nov.( Dec.

1911.... ... ... .... ... ... ...-. 88.7 88.8 89.0 88.3 86.4 81.3 76.8
1912.... 74.9 71.4 80.5 83.3 85.6 86.6 87.9 89.4 88.9 85.6 77.5 78.4
1913.... 77.9 78.4 80.6 78.7 82.3 84.8 88.0 87.5 85.5 82.4 76.4 76.1
1914.... 72.5 75.0 73.3 81.1 82.8 87.2 88.3 86.3 83.9 81.2 75.4 75.1
1915.... 72.1 71.6 70.6 74.7 83.2 84.6 87.2 87.3 85.7 83.1 77.8 71.9
1916 ... 76.2 73.6 74.6 77.6 82.2 84.7 85.6 85.3 84.8 81.9 76.6 75.3
1917.... 75.7 73.2 77.5 78.0 81.7 83.5 85.9 86.7 84.3 82.3 74.1 72.0
1918.... 71.2 75.8 79.3 80.1 79.6 85.0 86.6 86.9 85.1 82.9 78.0 73.6
1919.... 71.6 73.5 77.1 78.0 82.0 83.7 86.2 88.2 85.5 84.0 78.7 75.5
1920.... 74.6 72.7 74.7 81.2 82.5 84.2 86.2 85.9 86.2 80.1 77.9 74.5
1921.... 74.1 75.8 78.6 79.9 80.9 85.0 86.1 86.0 85.9 82.5 79.3 76.7
1922.... 73.8 75.6 77.8 79.8 83.0 84.9 85.5 86.8 85.3 83.0 78.2 76.7
1923.... 75.1 76.0 78.9 82.0 82.5 85.6 86.4 86.6 85.4 80.9 75.6 76.4
1924.... 75.0 72.0 75.0 80.7 84.6 87.1 87.8 88.4 85.9 81.7 77.0 77.1
1925.... 77.6 75.3 76.8 78.9 81.5 84.4 87.5 87.7 87.1 85.3 78.5 75.4
1926.... 73.7 74.4 75.4 81.0 82.7 86.2 86.9 87.5 88.6 84.7 78.0 77.1
1927.... 72.6 78.0 75.7 79.2 84.6 87.1 87.5 88.4 85.4 82.4 77.9 73.9
Means 74.2 74.5 76.6 79.6 82.6 85.4 87.0 87.2 85.9 82.9 77.5 75.4

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year ) Jan. I Feb. Mar. Apr. j May I Junel July I Aug.l Sep. I Oct. Nov.l Dec.

1911 .... ...... .......... . . 73.7 74.6 75.3 75.8 74.8 70.2 66.6
1912...- 61.0 54.2 68.1 72.4 72.7 74.2 76.0 76.9 75.8 73.6 65.5 66.7
1913.... 66.9 63.1 70.3 64.6 69.8 72.9 74.6 75.8 75.1 68.1 66.5 59.7
1914... 56.4 59.9 57.4 68.2 72.5 75.2 74.2 76.8 73.6 70.9 65.7 63.9
1915.... 62.0 59.6 55.5 64.3 72.7 74.3 76.6 77.8 76.3 74.7 68.7 59.2
1916.... 67.8 57.8 57.1 62.8 71.2 74.2 76.0 75.9 74.5 72.4 67.2 I 62.7
1917_... 64.0 56.4 67.4 65.9 69.5 74.7 76.0 75.9 74.0 72.6 59.9 1 55.2
1918.... 54.5 65.1 65.5 67.2 72.9 J 73.8 74.3 76.1 73.9 74.9 66.4 I 62.1
1919..._ 58.6 59.8 66.3 67.3 70.7 74.2 75.4 76.9 75.3 76.2 68.0 62.1
1920.... 62.7 55.6 60.6 68.8 69.8 74.1 76.1 74.1 74.5 70.3 66.4 61.6
1921.... 61.4 61.8 69.1 68.0 68.3 74.4 76.3 76.2 75.9 71.8 67.7 62.4
1922.... 61.3 65.0 67.9 71.8 71.3 74.1 75.8 75.5 74.9 72.9 68.0 66.9
1923.... 62.5 63.7 68.8 67.8 69.6 74.1 75.0 76.5 74.5 70.7 61.2 1 64.7
1924.... 64.0 56.0 58.5 68.4 70.8 75.1 76.3 77.4 75.7 72.0 66.1 67.2
1925.... 68.5 62.5 63.3 65.4 70.3 75.7 77.5 76.5 77.2 74.6 66.3 61.3
1926.... 61.6 59.4 61.3 68.6 71.0 75.7 76.3 77.2 76.9 74.2 66.3 67.3
1927.. 59.0 67.0 64.7 69.7 72.4 77.5 76.7 77.3 74.6 71.5 68.1 1 60.9
Means 62.0 60.4 63.8 67.5 70.9 74.5 75.7 76.3 75.2 72.7 66.3 ) 62.9








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154 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station





MONTICELLO, JEFFERSON COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. ( Mar.I Apr. I May I Junel July I Aug.) Sep. Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1910.... 65.8 ....- 77.4 78.7 88.3 87.8 90.4 91.1 91.9 .... .... ....
1911.... 70.8 72.6 78.0 82.4 88.2 94.7 91.2 90.5 94.5 86,3 70.1 69.0
1912.... 61.7 63.2 73.9 81.9 89.0 .......... 91.5 86.7 81.7 67.8 .....
1913.... 71.4 -.. ..... ...... ...... .. .. .. .... . -- -... --. 64.4
1914.... 63.9 62.0 69.2 81.6 90.0 95.5 92.9 92.3 85.4 80.1 70.7 59.7
1915... 62.2 64.0 64.5 80.3 89.0 93.6 93.7 92.6 92.1 81.4 74.7 64.1
1916... 71.3 69.8 71.8 78.7 88.8 88.7 87.8 90.7 87.3 ..... .........
1917.-.. ...... ...... .... ..... 84.5 90.3 91.0 90.6 85.0 78.7 70.8 60.5
1918... 60.4 71.0 76.8 74.7 85.5 89.1 ... ...... .. .....- .....
1919... ...... ...-. ......- ...... ...... ...... 88.8 90.5 89.2 89.6 75.6 1 65.5
1920 .... 66.9 62.0 70.5 77.2 84.4 89.4 89.9 89.3 90.6 79.8 68.8 62.8
1921.... 67.6 68.4 81.0 78.9 83.1 93.2 88.5 91.0 92.8 78.8 73.5 69.2
1922... 61.3 71.8 73.9 81.9 85.6 89.8 90.4 88.2 87.8 79.5 73.7 69.2
1923.... 68.5 66.6 70.5 77.5 81.5 86.1 87.9 88.4 86.7 78.5 69.2 69.0
1924.... 61.3 63.7 67.1 78.4 83.8 91.5 90.1 92.9 84.9 77.8 72.3 65.5
1925.... 64.9 69.6 75.9 82.6 85.6 89.8 92.5 91.4 96.1 83.4 67.6 61.2
1926.... 59.7 67.7 65.7 78.3 86.5 88.6 88.7 90.3 90.0 83.2 68.4 69.1
Means 65.2 67.1 72.6 79.5 86.3 90.6 I 90.3 90.8 89.4 81.4 71.0 65.3

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. | Feb. I Mar. Apr. I May I June| July j Aug.l Sep. I Oct. INov.l Dec.

1910.... 41.1 .... 52.0 52.5 62.6 68.6 71.0 71.1 67.8 ... .. I ..-..
1911.... 43.3 47.8 48.6 58.1 62.9 69.7 69.3 70.3 70.8 63.8 46.8 45.2
1912 ... 39.7 36.6 ...... 58.0 66.0 ..... ...... 71.4 71.3 61.7 43.6 ....
1913.... 49.4 ......- .. .... .. ....... 44.3
1914... 39.8 41.2 44.2 56.7 61.7 70.6 71.3 70.5 66.3 58.2 46.8 41.8
1915.... 42.2 41.9 52.7 66.1 69.1 70.5 ...... 67.1 61.1 48.2 35.9
1916.... 47.6 39.7 44.0 51.0 60.8 66.0 71.0 70.0 62.2 -...- ... ..
1917.......... ...... ...... ......58.0 66.9 70.1 70.2 66.4 52.3 41.7 35.0
1918 ... 34.1 46.7 53.6 53.5 60.3 68.2 .... ....... ... ..-
1919.... .. .. ... ...... ...... ........ .... 71.0 71.6 68.0 68.3 54.7 43.0
1920.... 45.7 42.5 47.1 58.0 63.3 68.3 70.0 70.1 68.9 56.1 47.3 41.5
1921.... 45.5 45.9 55.9 55.3 61.3 68.4 70.7 70.7 70.2 57.7 54.4 47.7
1922.... 43.5 52.8 52.4 58.7 65.3 69.8 71.1 70.1 67.8 61.4 52.1 50.9
1923.... 46.4 47.0 52.0 57.8 63.1 69.5 70.3 71.0 69.3 57.2 45.2 51.1
1924.... 41.9 42.8 46.2 56.9 61.2 71.0 70.8 70.8 67.4 56.7 48.4 46.9
1925... 48.5 47.0 51.5 56.9 61.6 69.7 70.8 70.5 72.8 60.6 47.2 41.4
1926 ....... 45.2 46.5 54.5 61.0 68.7 70.9 71.2 70.4 58.2 45.9 47.7
Means 43.5 44.6 48.9 55.8 62.3 68.9 70.6 70.7 68.4 59.5 1 47.9 44.0








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MOORE HAVEN, GLADES COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. ) Mar.I Apr. I May I Junel July ( Aug.l Sep. I Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1918.... ...... ...... ...... 84.2 88.4 91.3 91.5 91.5 89.3 81.01 .....
1919.... 73.1 75.1 81.8 83.3 87.9 88.4 89.6 92.4 89.1 87.7 80.1 76.2
1920.... 76.8 72.6 78.9 85.8 86.0 88.3 89.7 90.1 90.0 81.5 78.0 74.4
1921.... 75.8 ...... .. 78.4
1922.... 74.8 80.2 82.4 86.6 88.5 89.7 90.3 89.9 87.9 84.0 78.1 77.8
1923.... 74.6 76.7 81.0 85.0 85.1 87.0 87.9 90.0 88.0 81.6 74.7 77.0
1924.... 73.4 71.2 75.7 83.5 87.4 91.3 88.5 89.9 87.1 78.9 76.1 77.0
1925.... 77.1 75.1 79.6 81.2 82.9 87.7 89.5 89.7 88.4 85.4 76.0 71.8
1926.... 72.2 74.0 74.9 81.4 84.5 88.5 88.9 88.9 .............. 78.8
Means 74.7 75.0 1 79.2 83.9 86.3 89.0 89.5 90.3 88.5 83.2 77.7 76.4

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. 1 Mar. Apr. I May I Junel July I Aug.) Sep. ) Oct. 1 Nov.l Dec.

1918.... .... ... ......- 64.4 68.9 169.6 70.4 66.7 ..... ......
1919.... ...... 54.6 58.7 55.4 64.3 69.0 69.5 70.4 69.5 70.2 59.2 1....
1920.... 50.9 47.6 52.5 60.4 63.1 66.5 69.2 70.1 69.6 | 64.6 57.2 I 50.9
1921.... 51.5 ---- ...... ...... ..- ...... ...... .... 67.7 59.7 53.6
1922.... 50.9 53.8 56.1 59.9 64.7 68.4 68.8 69.5 69.5 71.4 65.4 59.0
1923.... 53.4 54.4 59.1 60.5 62.8 69.7 71.0 70.8 70.9 65.6 52.9 56.4
1924.... 55.8 47.4 49.7 59.6 61.6 66.7 69.7 70.7 68.4 67.5 62.3 59.9
1925.... 61.3 53.8 55.7 57.7 66.2 70.9 71.6 73.3 73.6 67.2 60.4 53.5
1926.... 52.3 51.1 53.3 61.4 64.1 68.2 71.6 72.8 ...... ...... 58.5
Means 53.7 51.8 55.0 59.3 63.9 68.5 70.1 71.0 69.7 67.7 59.6 56.0









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NEW SMYRNA, VOLUSIA COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year ) Jan. I Feb. I Mar.1 Apr. I May I Junel July I Aug.] Sep. | Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1910.... 70.5 71.5 76.3 79.9 81.5 87.2 85.1 83.8 83. 78.7 .2 787 2 68.2
1911... 74.0 78.3 81.7 83.4 82.1 91.8 90.2 89.3 89.9 86.8 78.1 74.0
1912.... 68.5 66.2 74.6 81.6 85.5 85.5 85.4 89.7 88.9 82.3 76.4 ...
1913 .. 75.2 71.2 76.9 77.1 82.8 85.6 90.4 87.7 86.2 82.3 75.1 70.6
1914.... 68.1 69.2 69.7 78.2 83.4 90.6 90.1 89.5 85.4 81.5 73.7 66.6
1915...- 65.6 66.6 66.7 75.4 86.0 86.6 90.1 90.2 88.2 83.7 77.4 66.2
1916... .-...- ..... 78.1 77.7 83.6 87.9 90.7 91.5 86.7 81.1 75.8 72.1
1917... 76.5 74.3 77.9 79.8 83.6 86.9 88.7 89.0 84.9 ... ...... 67.6
1918.... 64.7 75.1 78.7 77.2 81.2 87.4 87.5 88.3 84.6 82.5 74.0 68.7
1919_... 67.5 68.9 72.8 77.2 83.4 84.6 88.1 90.7 ... 92.6 78.4 70.5
1920.... 70.9 65.0 72.2 81.0 80.4 85.7 87.5 87.8 87.4 78.7 75.0 68.5
1921 ... 71.0 72.6 78.3 78.0 83.0 89.2 91.2 88.3 89.5 82.0 77.0 73.0
1922.... 67.0 75.2 76.8 82.4 85.1 87.7 89.5 87.4 84.2 80.8 72.2 78.6
1923... 76.0 74.6 80.9 83.2 85.4 86.5 89.9 91.8 88.5 82.5 77.8 78.6
1924.... 73.4 73.6 76.2 82.6 89.0 93.7 91.6 90.7 85.7 78.5 74.1 72.7
1925.... 72.1 74.5 75.6 78.3 80.3 87.2 87.9 88.6 90.3 85.0 73.8 68.9
1926.... 69.4 71.5 70.9 77.0 82.7 85.9 87.0 87.8 86.7 81.7 73.7 74.0

Means 70.6 71.8 75.5 79.4 83.5 87.6 88.9 88.9 86.9 82.5 75.4 71.2

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. | Feb. I Mar. I Apr. ) May I June! July | Aug.I Sep. I Oct. I Nov.1 Dec.

1910... 45.5 48.9 52.5 55.3 65.3 68.5 70.4 71.5 69.5 66.9 49.8 1 42.5
1911... 51.4 51.1 55.3 62.3 65.1 69.6 70.9 71.6 71.1 69.3 61.6 57.0
1912... 49.2 44.9 58.0 64.0 68.5 71.0 72.9 72.0 72.3 68.8 55.4 53.7
1913... 56.5 52.8 60.4 55.7 61.9 66.9 70.3 71.6 70.0 58.9 57.3 51.4
1914... 46.9 50.0 46.6 59.5 65.3 70.6 71.5 71.8 69.8 65.7 54.6 51.4
1915.... 48.1 49.6 44.4 54.6 68.6 70.4 73.1 72.9 71.7 69.5 57.8 42.3
1916 ... 55.7 47.5 47.5 54.8 66.5 69.1 72.4 70.7 71.1 67.5 57.8 50.6
1917 .... 53.3 46.0 54.3 56.1 60.5 67.9 71.2 71.3 71.0 ...... ...... 47.2
1918 .. 38.3 54.2 59.7 58.4 64.5 69.6 70.4 70.9 69.3 69.1 56.0 50.5
1919..- 47.4 49.9 55.8 55.8 65.2 70.0 72.0 72.0 ...... 70.5 61.1 50.5
1920....I 47.5 46.1 50.8 60.1 64.6 69.4 71.5 71.3 70.7 63.7 56.8 1 46.0
1921.... 47.7 48.6 58.4 58.1 61.5 70.2 71.6 71.7 71.3 64.6 56.1 51.8
1922... 47.2 54.3 56.2 62.0 64.5 69.1 71.1 70.4 70.0 68.7 59.2 55.5
1923... 49.3 52.2 58.6 61.8 63.8 71.0 72.1 71.1 70.7 65.2 52.1 53.2
1924...- 50.0 44.5 48.9 58.8 63.3 71.0 72.5 72.5 70.7 67.8 57.7 54.6
1925...- 56.2 49.7 53.8 58.9 63.3 71.6 72.5 73.4 72.5 65.3 57.1 47.1
1926.... 46.4 46.9 49.1 56.5 62.8 69.5 72.11 73.3 74.7 65.2 53.5 53.6
Means 49.2 49.2 53.5 58.4 64.4 69.7 71.7 71.8 71.0 66.7 56.5 50.5









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OCALA, MARION COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year 1 Jan. ( Feb. ( Mar. Apr. May I June| July I Aug.l Sep. I Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1910.... 68.0 71.0 79.8 84.2 90.2 91.8 92.3 91.4 91.9 85.0 73.9 66.7
1911.... 74.9 ..... ....-. 86.0 88.3 94.5 93.2 ...... -...... -. ...... --..
1912....... ...... 77.8 85.3 89.2 87.4 90.1 89.4 87.2 82.2 71.7 72.6
1913.... 77.7 70.3 ...... 81.0 88.6 .... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... .....
1914....- ...... 69.4 ( 71.6 81.7 86.9 91.8 ...... ...... 85.2 80.2 72.8 ..
1915.... 65.7 67.5 67.1 78.0 88.5 90.6 89.8 89.9 87.5 81.3 75.3 65.8
1916.... 74.1 70.6 73.7 79.7 87.2 88.5 89.1 88.8 84.8 79.9 73.6 68.7
1917.... 72.8 69.9 78.9 81.2 85.5 90.2 90.0 88.1 83.7 77.1 70.0 63.1
1918.... 62.3 77.0 78.1 77.4 85.3 91.1 87.6 89.3 83.9 82.3 73.5 67.2
1919.... 66.1 68.5 75.6 79.4 85.6 87.5 91.3 91.5 89.4 88.5 77.1 69.7
1920.... 71.4 66.2 74.8 81.7 84.7 87.8 91.0 89.7 88.5 81.5 73.7 70.0
1921.... 71.1 74.0 83.7 82.8 86.1 90.7 88.0 92.4 93.0 81.2 76.8 73.3
1922.... 68.8 76.4 78.7 84.6 87.4 89.3 88.7 88.8 86.6 81.9 75.2 73.5
1923.... 71.2 71.7 79.7 83.0 82.8 86.5 88.3 90.5 88.2 79.4 70.9 72.3
1924.... 66.5 66.6 69.7 79.4 85.9 90.7 88.2 91.6 87.0 77.1 73.9 72.3
1925.... 69.1 71.6 76.8 87.5 90.6 90.7 91.2 92.4 83.3 72.4 64.5
1926.... 63.3 69.2 71.1 80.6 88.1 89.8 90.1 91.6 89.4 82.1 70.5 70.7
Means 69.5 70.7 75.8 81.6 86.9 89.9 89.9 j90.3 ) 87.9 81.5 73.4 69.3

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. IMay I June! July I Aug.l Sep. I Oct. I Nov.l Dee.

1910... 42.8 45.4 51.4 54.1 68.7 70.1 71.3 67.6 60.5 43.4 38.2
1911.... 45.8 ...... ...... 61.1 62.8 70.4 71.3 . .... ...... .) ..
1912 ... ......53.8 1 62.1 67.7 69.7 71.6 70.9 71.9 65.1 49.4 52.2
1913 .. 53.7 47.2 ..... 54.4 60.5 ...... ...... .. ... ....
1914.......... 49.0 45.6 59.3 61.6 70.6 71.5 70.7 67.9 61.3 50.1 49.0
1915 ....45.8 47.1 44.3 53.7 68.5 69.0 72.2 71.8 70.0 65.1 53.6 38.9
1916.... 52.2 45.4 47.4 54.9 63.8 67.9 70.8 70.4 67.3 62.2 49.9 46.9
1917 ....50.5 44.0 51.6 54.6 59.7 67.4 70.5 71.2 68.3 56.6 42.9 39.1
1918 ....38.3 50.9 56.3 55.7 61.5 68.9 67.6 68.5 65.6 65.8 49.1 48.0
1919 ....43.2 47.3 52.5 52.3 62.5 67.9 71.0 71.5 69.5 66.1 56.4 45.4
1920....46.9 44.6 48.4 58.7 63.1 68.2 70.6 70.8 69.0 56.2 51.0 44.2
1921 ....46.0 47.4 56.6 56.6 60.5 68.6 70.6 70.6 69.0 60.1 53.9 48.8
1922.... 44.3 52.4 55.7 60.5 65.9 69.7 70.6 70.7 68.5 65.6 54.6 51.1
1923 ....47.4 48.7 55.2 60.5 63.3 69.8 71.2 71.4 69.1 60.0 46.1 50.9
1924 ....47.9 44.1 48.3 59.1 62.8 70.7 71.5 71.6 68.3 59.8 50.0 48.5
1925.... 51.5 48.0 52.2 ...... 61.0 69.5 71.2 70.0 70.8 60.4 50.1 44.5
1926.... 44.0 44.5 48.1 55.0 60.8 67.6 70.5 71.1 69.7 58.8 47.3 47.7
Means 46.7 47.1 51.2 57.0 62.9 69.0 70.8 70.8 68.8 61.6 49.9 46.2









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ORLANDO, ORANGE COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. Mar.I Apr. May I June) July I Aug.) Sep. Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1910.... 72.5 73.6 80.8 83.8 87.0 88.3 88.7 88.6 89.0 82.1 75.4 68.8
1911....- 75.5 78.3 81.1 84.1 83.7 91.6 91.0 90.4 91.6 88.4 78.6 76.5
1912... 71.1 69.7 80.7 85.2 88.9 87.7 90.7 90.3 88.3 83.5 74.0 75.0
1913.... 77.1 73.8 79.7 80.2 87.0 90.5 92.4 89.2 86.9 80.9 78.7 73.4
1914... 70.2 73.7 75.5 85.4 89.3 94.0 94.2 93.6 85.7 80.9 74.8 69.4
1915.... 68.0 69.6 71.1 80.9 91.4 91.6 92.6 93.9 89.5 83.7 78.4 68.5
1916.... 75.9 73.8 79.4 84.1 88.9 91.0 92.1 93.9 90.9 85.4 79.2 1 76.1
1917.... 79.0 75.9 83.7 87.0 90.1 91.8 94.4 93.0 88.7 84.7 76.2 68.4
1918... 68.2 81.5 85.5 83.3 87.9 93.2 90.8 94.1 89.8 87.5 78.7 72.5
1919.... 70.9 72.8 80.6 84.3 89.3 90.5 92.4 94.3 92.9 93.4 82.6 76.6
1920.... 76.6 70.2 79.5 84.3 87.4 91.2 92.7 93.3 92.2 85.1 79.5 74.3
1921... 77.3 78.6 87.1 86.7 88.5 92.2 91.6 94.0 95.9 85.8 82.8 78.3
1922... 73.0 78.4 82.3 89.6 90.9 92.9 93.4 91.4 90.2 87.1 81.6 78.3
1923... 77.2 77.5 85.0 87.2 87.2 88.9 92.1 94.4 91.9 84.6 78.2 79.5
1924... 75.3 71.7 75.7 84.4 89.5 95.0 91.9 94.4 90.4 81.8 79.4 77.3
1925.... 75.7 77.8 80.6 84.8 86.5 90.0 90.9 92.5 92.7 88.2 74.9 68.3
1926.... 68.2 72.6 73.9 80.3 87.2 90.5 91.0 93.1 89.9 88.7 77.5 78.0
Means 73.6 74.7 80.1 84.4 88.3 91.2 91.9 92.6 90.4 85.4 78.3 74.1

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year Jan. Feb. I Mar. Apr. I May ( Junel July I Aug.) Sep. Oct. I Nov.) Dec.

1910.... 45.4 49.8 52.6 56.1 65.1 70.0 71.7 73.0 69.4 65.8 49.8 42.7
1911.... 51.0 51.1 55.8 63.1 66.2 73.9 71.9 72.4 70.6 68.0 61.0 55.9
1912.... 50.0 45.2 58.5 63.6 69.3 72.0 73.9 73.5 73.5 68.7 54.5 57.1
1913.... 57.3 54.5 60.5 57.9 63.5 68.1 72.7 72.8 69.6 61.5 55.3 51.8
1914.... 48.5 50.6 48.5 60.4 65.2 71.1 72.5 72.5 69.8 65.1 56.0 53.5
1915.... 49.4 51.0 47.3 56.0 69.5 70.8 73.4 73.9 72.4 67.8 58.3 45.8
1916.... 56.8 50.0 50.0 57.0 67.7 70.6 74.4 74.2 68.7 65.0 54.8 50.4
1917.... 53.4 48.0 56.0 57.4 61.5 69.9 72.5 72.1 70.3 61.1 49.5 45.1
1918.... 42.7 55.8 59.6 59.4 63.1 68.8 69.4 70.2 67.8 66.5 54.8 51.7
1919.... 49.3 51.9 56.1 55.8 63.2 68.3 70.3 70.5 69.4 67.4 58.3 50.3
1920.... 50.0 46.9 50.6 60,8 62.9 67.8 70.4 69.6 69.5 58.8 53.9 48.6
1921.... 50.1 49.6 59.2 58.6 61.5 68.6 71.3 71.2 69.6 63.4 57.0 53.3
1922.... 50.2 54.2 57.4 62.2 65.9 70.0 71.4 71.7 69.6 67.4 57.6 52.6
1923.... 48.1 51.2 57.1 61.5 64.1 70.9 71.3 71.6 69.9 62.2 51.1 53.5
1924.... 52.5 47.1 50.9 60.6 64.4 71.0 71.9 72.9 70.1 63.2 54.5 53.8
1925.... 56.4 52.3 54.3 57.6 62.4 69.9 71.4 71.6 71.6 64.5 54.3 48.2
1926.... 48.2 48.1 50.4 57.2 62.8 69.4 71.8 71.6 70.9 60.7 51.5 51.7
Means 50.5 50.4 I 54.4 59.1 64.6 70.1 71.9 72.1 70.2 64.5 54.8 1 50.9









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PENSACOLA, ESCAMBIA COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year | Jan. I Feb. j Mar. Apr. I May j Junej July Aug.( Sep. ( Oct. ( Nov.l Dec.

1910.... 60.5 59.5 71.5 72.5 78.2 83.1 85.0 86.8 85.5 78.1 66.9 57.9
1911.... 64.2 66.6 70.4 73.5 81.2 86.4 85.0 86.8 87.6 79.5 67.1 63.7
1912.... 57.5 57.5 66.3 72.7 81.1 81.9 86.1 86.0 84.8 77.8 66.0 61.8
1913.... 64.7 61.5 67.2 72.7 79.1 83.7 87.4 87.4 81.2 74.5 68.4 61.6
1914.... 61.1 60.1 62.3 73.5 80.5 88.1 87.4 85.9 82.8 75.4 66.6 58.1
1915.... 58.3 59.9 60.0 72.7 81.6 88.3 88.3 87.1 85.7 77.5 70.9 62.6
1916.... 64.5 62.5 67.1 72.3 81.8 85.0 84.2 87.4 83.9 77.7 68.3 62.5
1917.... 64.3 61.0 68.3 72.5 75.3 82.6 85.3 86.0 81.7 71.7 64.9 57.0
1918.... 56.1 65.6 70.7 69.2 78.1 86.2 85.0 85.6 80.6 78.0 66.3 61.0
1919.... 57.4 60.1 68.5 71.1 76.9 83.0 85.1 86.2 84.0 82.2 71.2 63.0
1920.... 61.8 59.4 63.1 71.4 79.0 84.1 I 84.9 84.2 84.0 75.7 64.0 58.9
1921.... 63.2 61.9 70.8 71.3 77.4 84.8 87.1 86.6 87.1 75.7 71.0 66.3
1922.... 59.9 65.5 66.8 74.0 78.5 84.8 84.8 85.3 84.3 76.0 70.1 66.4
1923.... 64.6 61.2 66.0 72.4 77.1 82.4 84.1 83.9 85.7 74.5 65.4 64.5
1924.... 57.4 59.9 62.2 71.1 76.1 85.2 86.9 89.2 81.7 76.0 69.7 61.7
1925....1 61.0 63.8 69.7 75.1 78.5 84.0 86.6 86.9 88.8 77.2 66.4 58.5
1926....1 56.5 63.6 61.6 70.4 77.2 83.6 86.0 85.8 85.6 77.5 63.8 64.6
Means 60.8 61.7 66.6 72.3 78.7 84.5 85.8 86.3 184.4 76.8 67.5 61.8

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year | Jan. | Feb. i Mar. Apr. L May Junel July | Aug. Sep.) Oct. I Nov.J Dec.

1910.... 45.0 45.4 57.4 59.0 65.9 71.5 74.3 75.4 73.2 63.8 51.7 43.2
1911.... 50.2 54.5 57.1 62.7 68.5 76.4 74.2 74.2 75.8 66.7 49.5 51.0
1912.... 40.6 41.2 52.1 62.3 68.2 71.8 74.7 74.2 72.9 64.8 48.6 48.5
1913.... 51.4 46.4 53.4 58.4 66.4 71.2 74.6 75.2 70.6 58.7 54.8 1 47.9
1914. .. 47.1 45.3 48.2 61.4 67.9 76.3 75.9 74.9 70.0 62.1 52.0 43.4
1915 ... 43.8 46.8 46.2 59.3 70.0 74.1 I75.2 75.3 73.6 65.0 55.3 47.1
1916.... 52.0 45.3 52.0 58.6 68.8 73.2 73.9 74.6 69.7 61.6 52.5 47.8
1917.... 52.0 46.9 56.0 59.7 62.9 72.3 74.6 73.3 69.1 55.9 49.0 40.0
1918.... 38.6 54.1 59.4 58.1 68.4 74.2 73.8 74.2 68.0 69.0 52.6 49.8
1919.... 42.8 47.0 54.3 58.8 66.5 73.8 74.9 74.0 71.6 72.5 57.8 47.6
1920.... 48.2 45.6 50.5 60.1 66.8 72.8 74.3 74.3 73.1 62.2 48.5 44.5
1921.... 48.9 49.4 60.9 58.7 64.5 75.3 74.2 75.9 75.9 61.2 57.3 50.3
1922.... 48.6 53.7 54.3 64.5 68.2 74.2 74.3 74.1 71.7 62.7 56.6 54.5
1923.... 52.9 47.5 52.6 60.3 65.7 71.8 72.3 73.7 72.5 60.5 50.7 54.5
1924.... 39.7 46.1 49.7 60.7 65.8 73.4 73.5 76.3 69.9 61.2 54.4 47.9
1925.... 48.1 52.0 54.7 63.1 65.5 74.0 75.4 74.5 77.1 64.1 51.4 43.3
1926.... 44.5 49.5 49.2 57.5 66.7 73.1 74.8 76.2 74.5 64.5 48.4 51.9
Means 46.7 48.0 1 53.4 60.2 66.9 73.5 74.4 1 74.7 | 72.3 1 63.3 52.4 I 47.8









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PUNTA GORDA. CHARLOTTE COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar. Apr. I May I Junel July I Aug.1 Sep. I Oct. I Nov.j Dec.

1914.... ...... . . ...... 86.7 90.0 89.8 91.5 87.9 84.1 75.3 70.8
1915.... 71.9 73.4 --.... 78.9 89.1 91.2 90.4 91.5 90.0 86.6 80.0 74.1
1916.... 78.8 78.3 75.4 81.5 88.1 93.0 92.9 93.0 89.9 86.0 81.0 78.3
1917.... ...... 74.9 1.-- 82.6 84.3 91.0 89.5 91.9 88.8 82.5 73.2 67.8
1918.... 68.2 79.5 81.8 ...... 87.5 -..... -- -- ----- ...- ......
1919....- .... ..... ...... 84.6 ...... ..... 89.4 91.3 89.5 89.7 81.0 76.6
1920 76.1 71.4 78.5 83.3 87.0 90.4 92.9 93.6 91.3 .. 79.0 72.5
1921.... 71.7 ...... ..... ..------ ...... 89.4 92.4 92.0 85.3 81.9 78.2
1922 .74.8 79.7 82.0 86.9 88.0 90.5 90.5 88.8 87.9 85.8 80.4 78.9
1923....- 75.9 78.0 82.8 86.0 87.1 88.6 90.4 92.4 90.3 83.9 77.6 79.7
1924.... 74.5 72.5 74.6 84.3 87.9 93.9 90.9 92.5 89.4 82.2 77.6 76.9
1925 .... 75.5 76.6 80.6 83.9 85.1 89.3 89.3 90.7 91.4 86.9 78.0 72.6
1926.... 72.0 75.7 76.9 ...... 87.8 90.6 90.2 90.7 89.1 85.9 78.7 78.1
Means 73.9 76.0 79.1 83.6 87.1 90.8 90.5 91.7 89.8 85.4 78.6 75.4

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year Jan. I Feb. I Mar. j Apr. May I Junel July I Aug.I Sep. I Oct. I Nov.I Dec.
II 11
1914 .... .... .. . ... ...... ...... 71.8 72.7 72.5 70.9 65.9 58.6 52.9
1915.... 52.6 51.5 .-.- 58.5 67.6 70.9 72.1 72.6 71.3 67.2 57.7 47.4
1916.... 58.2 52.0 48.1 56.6 62.0 ... 71.8 72.2 70.1 67.8 58.7 51.2
1917.... ...... 50.2 .... 62.0 63.7 70.7 71.5 72.1 70.0 64.8 54.7 48.9
1918... 49.0 61.9 61.6 66.2 ...... . .. ...... ....
1919.. --- -----------... 71.8 73.2 71.7 69.8 60.8 52.4
1920.... 51.2 48.4 53.8 62.4 63.6 66.5 70.4 70.8 70.3 64.2 58.1 50.1
1921... 48.6 .. ...... --- --- 71.0 70.9 68.4 62.1 56.4
1922.... 53.5 56.6 58.8 63.0 66.6 71.0 71.2 71.7 70.4 69.5 61.6 57.2
1923.... 52.9 54.9 59.1 63.2 65.5 70.4 71.6 71.5 70.6 64.6 54.6 56.6
1924.... 54.4 52.6 53.9 62.0 65.5 70.2 72.1 73.2 71.1 66.3 57.6 56.2
1925... 58.8 53.5 56.7 59.2 64.4 70.2 71.7 72.5 71.8 67.4 59.4 52.6
1926 52.6 52.9 56.5 .... 65.4 69.7 72.5 71.4 72.2 66.4 56.5 56.7
Means 53.2 53.4 56. 1 60.9 65.0 70.2 71.8 72.1 170.9 66.9 58.4 53.2








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RITTA, PALM BEACH COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year ] Jan. I Feb. I Mar.I Apr. I May Junel July Aug.1 Sep. Oct. ( Nov.! Dec.
I_ I .. I I
1913.-...- ..... j ..... ...... 84.5 87.1 90.6 88.7 86.8 82.2 75.9 74.5
1914.... 72.2 78.1 76.0 85.0 87.5 92.1 91.4 92.7 88.5 .... ..-... 75.3
1915.... 71.8 74.0 70.2 77.6 84.6 ...... 89.9 .... .... 76.1
1916.... 79.5 75.0 78.1 81.7 87.7 90.2 92.2 92.2 89.3 85.9 79.7 78.8
1917... 79.2 76.9 83.8 85.5 ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... 84.3 73.1 70.5
1918.... 72.7 80.2 82.5 83.8 85.4 89.1 90.7 90.9 88.3 86.0 79.2 74.5
1919.... 71.0 74.3 79.6 81.4 86.2 87.1 88.8 91.2 87.2 86.0 78.4 74.1
1920.... 75.9 ...... 78.8 86.9 85.6 89.0 89.4 87.8 87.8 79.8 76.9 74.0
1921.... 74.8 76.4 81.2 83.8 84.7 90.8 89.9 90.8 89.5 82.8 77.4 76.1
1922.... 70.8 76.2 81.1 85.6 86.9 87.9 87.3 87.4 87.1 83.9 78.0 77.7
1923.... 74.2 76.2 82.2 85.2 87.2 89.7 90.2 90.4 86.4 80.5 73.0 76.0
1924.... 73.5 70.2 74.3 81.8 83.5 90.0 89.7 90.1 86.9 78.9 75.7 77.1
1925.... 76.6 75.6 76.5 79.9 82.0 88.1 88.4 88.8 89.0 85.5 75.9 72.2
1926.... 71.9 73.3 73.7 81.2 83.6 87.4 88.8 88.9 87.2 83.4 75.9 76.6
Means 74.2 75.5 78.3 83.0 85.3 89.0 89.8 90.0 87.8 83.3 76.6 75.2

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year | Jan. | Feb. I Mar. Apr. May June! July Aug.l Sep. Oct. I Nov.( Dec.

1913-.... 63.6 ...... 65.1 60.2 63.7 68.2 70.2 71.3 71.6 64.2 62.8 1 56.3
1914.... 52.5 56.8 51.5 61.3 65.4 67.6 68.4 67.1 67.8 .... ......1 59.7
1915-.... 54.0 55.6 50.9 59.8 68.0 70.8 72.5 . .. .. .... 53.4
1916.... 61.2 53.3 51.3 58.3 65.9 67.7 70.7 71.4 70.8 69.3 61.5 56.5
1917-.... 55.7 50.0 59.0 58.3 -- ..- ..... 69.7 55.7 53.0
1918.. 50.4 ...... 59.6 60.7 65.7 68.3 70.3 71.9 70.6 70.8 61.8 59.1
1919.... 54.3 54.4 62.9 .. 65.1 70.8 72.0 72.7 72.5 73.9 63.4 156.4
1920.... 55.9 .-. 56.1 63.4 65.1 68.6 71.5 71.0 69.8 68.8 60.7 156.9
1921.... 57.9 56.5 62.5 63.4 62.1 70.2 69.4 70.2 73.2 69.8 62.4 56.1
1922.... 54.6 56.7 61.9 64.5 67.3 69.9 71.3 72.0 72.5 72.8 67.3 162.9
1923-... 58.6 59.4 60.8 63.5 65.3 70.8 71.8 72.3 73.7 68.9 58.6 60.5
1924.... 59.7 52.5 53.3 63.8 64.5 69.9 72.2 73.3 72.0 71.1 65.2 ...
1925 .... ..59.4 58.8 59.8 67.1 71.2 72.3 74.1 74.1 70.1 63.5 55.8
1926.... 55.4 53.0 55.1 62.7 64.1 68.3 71.3 73.0 75.2 71.9 62.7 61.4
Means 56.4 55.2 57.8 61.5 65.3 69.4 71.1 71.7 72.0 70.1 62.1 I 57.5








162 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station




ST. ANDREWS, BAY COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. ) Feb. I Mar.) Apr. ) May I June| July ) Aug.I Sep. I Oct. ) Nov.] Dec.

1910... 62.7 62.4 ) 73.9 75.2 82.9 85.1 88.0 88.7 87.1 80.5 68.4 59.4
1911 ... 68.2 70.61 75.0 79.7 86.9 92.3 90.4 90.6 92.6 84.5 72.1 67.7
1912.... 59.9 60.3 69.3 78.8 86.5 86.2 91.2 88.9 86.7 82.1 70.4 65.4
1913.... 69.2 ..... ..... -...... -. .... ..... 89.2 84.3 77.8 71.5 63.8
1914.... 62.4 63.6 66.6 78.7 88.2 92.1 92.5 89.7 86.2 79.1 70.6 61.4
1915.... 61.0 62.3 63.1 78.2 87.8 93.8 93.7 91.9 90.4 79.9 73.3 63.8
1916.... 70.1 69.9 73.7 79.3 90.1 91.1 .. ...... -- 90.5 79.0 74.3 68.1
1917... 69.9 66.8 76.1 78.4 82.1 89.7 90.6 91.0 87.3 74.3 65.3 54.5
1918.... 54.6 ...... ...... ..... 84.0 89.7 89.7 90.3 84.2 82.0 69.7 63.0
1919.... ... 62.9 72.4 .. ...... ...... 88.4 89.3 88.6 88.9 76.4 66.9
1920.... 65.5 62.8 68.2 77.9 82.1 88.5 89.2 89.2 88.9 82.3 69.1 61.9
1921 ... 68.1 67.0 76.7 76.5 81.6 89.9 90.4 90.4 93.2 80.6 74.4 70.0
1922.... 64.2 70.4 71.5 79.2 84.0 89.5 88.6 87.7 87.9 79.7 74.9 .
1923.... 68.6 66.8 71.4 78.0 81.7 85.9 86.8 87.5 89.6 78.8 69.6 69.8
1924... 61.9 63.9 66.0 76.1 81.3 90.2 89.4 92.0 86.1 80.4 73.7 66.3
1925.... 65.5 68.4 74.5 79.9 83.9 88.3 90.0 90.8 93.3 82.4 71.3 62.8
1926.... 60.2 66.5 68.7 75.8 82.8 86.9 88.8 89.2 89.8 83.1 68.8 69.5
Means 64.5 65.6 71.1 78.0 84.4 89.3 89.8 1 89.8 88.6 80.9 71.4 64.6
Values from August, 1913, to October, 1916, inclusive, are for Panama
City, 3/2 miles southeast of St. Andrews.
Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar. I Apr. j May I Junel July I Aug.I Sep. I Oct. I Nov.? Dec.

1910.... 41.0 43.9 50.3 53.4 63.1 75.2 78.5 77.5 75.8 ...... ...... 40.4
1911.... 45.5 49.8 52.5 58.9 63.6 73.1 71.8 72.8 72.3 65.4 49.0 47.1
1912.... 40.3 39.1 50.3 59.8 66.9 70.6 73.5 73.5 72.1 62.8 45.4 47.9
1913.... 50.1 ...... .. ...... ...... ..... ... ... ...... 48.5 44.2
1914.... 42.3 43.4 45.2 57.9 64.2 74.0 74.5 72.2 68.7 60.3 47.6 44.4
1915.... 42.0 45.5 43.4 54.5 69.8 72.7 74.1 75.4 71.5 63.5 53.1 41.8
1916.... 51.1 44.5 49.3 54.3 65.3 71.0 ...... 72.5 67.7 59.9 51.6 47.2
1917.... 48.2 ...... 53.9 58.9 62.1 67.4 72.0 71.5 67.5 53.4 43.8 38.2
1918... 34.9 47.8 54.9 54.4 62.7 70.6 67.9 69.0 62.9 63.2 47.5 45.0
1919... ....43.6 55.0 ............ ... 74.7 74.6 70.0 70.0 59.4 44.6
1920.... 48.5 45.3 49.1 61.3 65.3 70.8 73.9 72.3 71.4 57.6 48.3 43.8
1921.... 46.5 47.0 58.2 56.7 62.8 71.1 73.4 73.4 72.8 58.6 55.2 49.0
1922... 47.4 52.2 52.6 60.9 66.5 72.7 72.8 71.4 68.1 61.2 52.7 ......
1923... 48.1 47.2 51.7 57.7 63.4 69.6 70.5 72.6 69.4 57.5 46.0 51.4
1924... 39.3 43.4 46.0 57.2 61.3 .... 72.1 73.8 68.1 57.5 50.1 48.3
1925... 48.6 49.3 52.3 58.9 63.6 71.9 74.2 72.6 74.7 63.3 49.7 42.6
1926... 42.9 46.8 46.7 55.0 61.9 70.5 71.5 72.9 71.0 60.3 45.1 49.0
Means 44.8 45.9 50.7 57.3 64.2 71.5 73.0 73.0 70.2 61.0 49.6 45.3
Values from August, 1913, to October, 1916, inclusive, are for Panama
City, 3% miles southeast of St. Andrews.








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ST. AUGUSTINE, ST. JOHNS COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar.] Apr.! May I June) July I Aug.( Sep. ( Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1910.... 65.6 68.1 74.5 78.4 83.4 86.0 88.2 87.2 86.7 81.5 70.9 163.3
1911.... 68.4 75.3 78.4 81.1 84.2 94.6 92.2 91.5 91.7 88.2 79.1 76.2
1912.... 68.5 65.1 73.5 81.2 1 86.4 86.7 91.0 91.5 89.4 83.8 73.8 72.9
1913.... 75.3 70.6 1 76.8 78.2 83.8 87.6 I 92.4 89.7 87.5 83.1 75.7 69.2
1914.... 67.9 68.1 69.7 78.9 84.4 92.4 92.5 90.9 86.8 81.8 74.0 66.6
1915.... 66.6 66.6 67.1 75.9 87.8 89.0 93.2 92.6 89.9 84.2 79.4 68.3
1916.... 74.9 70.6 74.8 79.0 83.7 86.8 87.7 88.7 84.7 78.9 75.1 71.3
1917.... 77.3 -- 78.7 79.1 82.9 87.6 88.7 89.3 84.2 77.8 70.0 63.0
1918 .... 62.4 71.8 77.4 75.5 79.2 86.9 87.5 88.5 85.4 81.7 74.0 68.3
1919 ... 65.6 67.0 72.3 76.4 83.4 84.9 88.9 90.3 85.0 87.1 77.1 68.7
1920.... 68.5 63.8 69.9 78.6 79.7 86.0 88.4 89.0 88.0 79.7 73.3 67.4
1921.... 68.6 71.1 78.0 78.5 82.5 90.8 88.9 89.7 89.2 79.5 75.9 69.6
1922.... 63.5 69.6 73.7 80.6 84.8 88.3 88.7 86.3 84.3 81.0 76.1 76.7
1923.... 72.0 76.2 77.9 80.0 80.5 85.4 87.7 89.2 85.9 80.5 72.7 72.3
1924. ... 68.5 67.0 69.7 77.0 83.6 86.9 87.5 89.3 184.5 77.1 74.4 73.9
1925...1 74.3 76.2 ..... 80.0 78.4 86.5 88.4 88.4 91.8 86.2 76.3 70.4
1926...1 71.9 75.0 69.6 ...... 83.7 87.9 91.1 89.9 ...... 80.6 ...... -....
Means 69.4 70.2 73.9 78.6 83.1 87.9 89.6 89.5 87.2 81.9 74.9 69.9

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. I Mar. Apr. May Junel July I Aug.! Sep. I Oct. Nov.! Dec.
I I0- 7 169.9 -
1910.... 44.1 45.9 51.8 55.7 64.2 69.3 70.7 71.9 69.9 65.8 49.6 42.1
1911.... 49.7 50.3 52.9 60.8 64.4 69.6 69.5 72.3 71.6 68.4 58.2 53.7
1912.... 44.2 42.8 53.4 61.7 67.2 70.2 72.9 71.5 72.2 66.9 51.1 52.7
1913.... 54.5 49.8 57.6 I 55.2 62.4 67.0 71.1 71.6 70.2 57.7 55.3 50.0
1914.... 46.0 47.6 46.2 58.5 64.3 70.2 71.3 71.1 69.6 64.3 53.4 49.1
1915.... 46.8 48.2 44.2 54.7 68.0 69.9 73.3 73.3 72.4 69.3 56.8 42.3
1916.... 54.0 46.6 47.3 55.0 66.9 69.1 72.0 72.0 70.5 65.3 56.5 48.6
1917.... 52.5 46.7 55.4 58.5 61.5 69.7 72.3 72.8 71.0 61.5 49.0 41.4
1918.... 38.1 52.2 59.5 58.0 66.1 71.2 70.1 72.2 69.7 69.8 56.0 51.7
1919.... 46.6 49.8 56.1 57.0 66.1 71.8 73.4 73.6 69.9 70.9 62.2 50.2
1920.... 49.5 46.8 51.0 59.4 64.5 70.6 72.4 72.4 71.4 64.1 55.2 46.3
1921.... 49.0 50.4 59.2 59.3 63.2 71.9 71.8 73.2 72.6 64.4 57.2 52.4
1922.... 47.3 53.0 55.7 61.9 66.7 70.8 71.9 71.0 70.5 67.6 58.8 53.2
1923.... 48.9 50.7 56.7 60.4 63.0 71.1 71.6 71.4 70.2 64.6 50.7 53.6
1924.... 48.6 44.5 47.5 58.4 62.8 70.2 71.4 71.1 64.0 .... 55.1 51.5
1925.... 51.9 50.6 53.6 58.3 62.8 71.1 72.4 72.5 73.0 64.8 53.7 45.4
1926.... 46.4 49.4 49.9 ...... 63.5 68.7 71.3 72.6 ..... 65.0 ...... ..
Means 1 48.1 I 48.5 I 52.8 I 58.3 64.6 70.1 71.7 72.1 70.5 I 65.6 54.9 49.0








164 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station







SANFORD, SEMINOLE COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar. I Apr. I May Junel July Aug.( Sep. ( Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1913..- ...... ..... 77.4 79.0 86.0 88.8 92.7 89.6 87.6 82.3 75.5 70.0
1914.... 67.9 69.2 71.3 81.5 85.7 92.1 93.5 94.8 88.3 85.1 76.2 69.6
1915.... 68.9 71.6 69.8 81.0 91.2 91.2 92.4 93.6 91.3 85.1 79.8 69.6
1916.... 77.2 74.0 78.8 84.1 89.1 91.9 91.5 92.6 89.4 83.2 77.3 73.2
1917.... 76.2 73.8 81.4 84.6 88.3 91.3 92.6 91.6 87.9 82.5 75.0 66.9
1918.... 67.0 79.8 83.9 81.1 88.1 93.4 90.6 93.5 88.2 86.1 78.2 71.4
1919.... 69.8 71.4 78.5 82.6 88.5 88.4 91.2 92.6 90.5 91.4 81.1 72.9
1920.... 74.0 66.5 77.0 82.5 85.7 89.6 91.5 90.9 90.5 83.3 77.6 71.8
1921.... 74.8 77.0 85.8 85.1 87.9 91.4 91.2 93.2 94.7 83.9 80.9 75.9
1922... 70.0 78.1 80.9 86.7 89.9 91.6 92.6 90.3 87.8 84.7 80.0 I 76.7
1923.... 75.3 76.1 82.8 85.2 85.9 88.5 92.1 93.5 89.9 82.5 75.7 77.3
1924.... 70.5 70.4 73.2 82.2 88.9 94.0 91.4 93.8 89.9 79.2 77.0 75.5
1925.... 74.1 76.2 78.8 84.1 85.5 91.1 91.7 92.2 93.8 88.6 77.3 69.2
1926... 69.7 74.4 75.5 82.6 87.5 90.2 90.0 92.6 91.5 87.2 ... ....
Means 72.0I 73.7 78.2 83.0 87.7 91.0 91.8 92.5 90.1 84.6 77.8 1 72.3

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar. ( Apr. I May I June! July I Aug.I Sep. ( Oct. I Nov.1 Dec.

1913 ........... 59.9 56.3 61.6 65.9 70.3 70.9 68.4 59.8 56.4 52.5
1914.... 48.8 50.2 48.2 58.8 63.4 68.9 70.9 71.1 68.7 64.0 54.6 1 52.4
1915.... 48.7 50.4 45.5 54.4 67.9 69.1 72.3 72.5 71.3 67.7 56.2 1 42.6
1916.... 55.0 47.7 47.7 53.7 64.3 67.3 71.3 70.3 69.0 65.6 55.0 49.5
1917.... 52.1 46.7 54.7 55.5 60.5 66.9 69.8 71.0 69.4 60.7 47.5 43.1
1918.... 41.3 53.7 57.7 57.4 62.3 68.2 68.6 69.3 67.0 66.7 53.0 49.2
1919.... 47.1 48.6 54.6 54.0 63.7 68.2 69.7 69.7 69.3 67.1 56.5 49.1
1920.... 49.1 46.2 50.4 59.7 62.4 66.9 69.2 69.0 68.8 59.0 53.0 47.6
1921 ... 48.3 48.8 57.6 57.5 59.9 67.0 68.8 68.5 67.0 61.4 55.5 53.1
1922.... 50.5 55.4 57.6 62.3 65.7 70.0 71.8 71.9 70.5 68.7 58.8 53.3
1923.... 49.9 52.0 57.7 62.4 64.5 71.5 72.3 72.4 70.8 63.5 52.0 55.5
1924.... 52.9 47.4 50.6 60.5 65.0 71.6 73.4 72.5 71.5 64.5 55.0 54.8
1925.... 55.9 52.9 54.8 57.6 62.5 70.6 71.9 72.6 72.2 64.9 55.8 48.9
1926.... 49.0 49.4 51.6 58.0 64.0 69.8 72.0 72.8 73.3 66.0 ...... ......
Means 49.9 50.0 53.5 57.7 63.4 68.7 70.9 71.0 69.8 64.3 I 54.6 I 50.1








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TALLAHASSEE, LEON COUNTY

Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. I Feb. I Mar. Apr. I May June! July | Aug.I Sep. I Oct. \ Nov.j Dec.

1910.... 61.7 60.9 75.9 77.8 84.8 84.6 87.2 87.5 86.2 79.3 67.7 57.9
1911.... 66.7 70.2 76.0 78.0 84.8 89.5 86.5 86.5 88.7 81.2 67.3 1 66.3
1912.... 57.3 54.8 70.4 78.4 84.9 83.3 87.2 86.3 83.2 78.1 65.8 I 63.2
1913.... 67.7 64.2 72.0 78.9 86.0 87.6 ...... 90.9 85.0 78.1 72.3 64.6
1914.... 65.6 61.7 68.3 80.7 88.5 95.0 91.3 88.8 84.3 80.0 72.9 61.5
1915.... 61.7 64.6 64.5 80.5 87.2 92.8 92.9 90.3 89.4 80.2 75.4 62.9
1916 .... 70.1 68.3 72.6 79.2 88.2 88.2 86.5 91.4 86.8 79.6 71.7 65.3
1917.... 68.9 65.8 75.9 81.7 83.6 91.3 89.7 90.3 86.1 77.3 69.7 58.4
1918.... 57.3 73.1 77.1 74.6 86.0 91.6 91.7 92.9 85.5 82.2 68.8 63.9
1919.... 62.0 65.2 73.8 78.8 83.1 88.2 87.6 89.8 86.6 86.2 73.0 64.0
1920.... 64.5 61.6 69.5 76.0 83.3 89.0 88.8 86.6 86.1 77.5 66.8 62.0
1921.... 67.3 66.9 79.0 76.6 81.7 92.9 88.2 90.7 91.7 76.4 72.3 67.7
1922.... 60.4 69.6 72.3 80.5 84.8 89.6 88.8 88.3 86.4 76.9 71.8 67.6
1923.... 66.9 66.6 72.0 79.3 81.4 86.0 87.3 88.1 87.8 76.1 67.3 67.9
1924.... 60.5 63.4 63.2 77.9 83.2 91.6 89.2 92.3 83.8 75.7 70.4 64.9
1925.... 64.2 67.1 74.6 81.5 85.4 90.6 92.2 90.5 94.7 79.5 66.2 59.5
1926.... 58.3 66.0 65.6 77.4 85.9 89.9 88.9 89.2 87.4 79.2 65.8 68.6
Means 63.6 65.3 71.9 78.7 84.9 89.5 89.0 89.4 87.0 79.0 69.7 1 63.9

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year ] Jan. I Feb. I Mar. I Apr. | May 1 June! July I Aug.j Sep. I Oct. I Nov.I Dec.

1910.... 39.5 40.5 51.4 53.3 63.2 68.6 71.0 71.6 68.6 62.1 47.0 37.5
1911.... 46.2 49.9 51.9 58.3 63.8 71.0 69.8 71.3 71.8 64.8 48.9 48.5
1912.... 40.6 38.8 49.6 60.7 66.2 69.6 72.0 71.7 71.7 63.3 47.6 47.2
1913.... 51.0 45.7 53.4 53.8 62.6 66.7 ...... 70.5 66.3 55.0 50.6 46.9
1914.... 42.3 42.9 45.3 57.1 62.6 72.3 71.5 71.1 66.6 59.6 49.5 43.7
1915.... 42.4 43.3 43.9 53.1 67.3 70.8 72.0 72.7 69.4 63.3 ..... 40.1
1916.... 49.8 43.4 47.3 54.9 65.0 68.9 71.9 72.2 66.2 60.8 50.8 46.4
1917.... 49.6 44.2 54.0 57.1 60.5 68.4 71.5 71.8 68.5 55.6 45.7 39.6
1918.... 34.3 50.6 55.7 55.1 63.1 70.4 70.1 70.3 65.1 66.2 47.8 46.3
1919.... 42.6 45.4 52.2 54.8 63.5 69.4 71.5 72.3 68.4 69.0 55.7 43.5
1920.... 46.0 43.2 47.3 58.0 64.0 69.9 71.0 71.3 69.5 57.0 48.2 42.2
1921.... 46.2 47.0 57.3 57.3 62.6 70.5 71.6 71.4 71.5 58.5 55.0 48.5
1922.... 45.3 52.4 51.6 59.2 65.8 70.0 71.2 70.5 68.1 61.8 53.2 52.1
1923.... 46.5 47.6 51.2 57.5 63.2 69.5 70.7 71.3 69.8 58.9 47.1 51.5
1924.... 42.2 42.8 56.8 56.8 62.1 71.8 71.6 71.9 68.4 58.1 50.8 47.7
1925.... 48.3 48.0 52.5 58.5 63.0 70.7 72.3 71.6 73.4 62.0 47.6 43.0
1926.... 43.1 41.9 ...... 54.5 61.5 68.6 71.1 71.6 70.1 58.9 45.6 47.5
Means 44.5 45.2 51.4 ) 56.5 63.5 69.8 1 71.3 71.5 169.0 60.9 I 49.4 45.4








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TAMPA, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. I Mar.! Apr. May | June! July I Aug.! Sep. ( Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1910 ... 68.0 68.5 76.3 78.5 84.9 87.1 88.2 88.1 89.1 81.0 72.1 65.1
1911.... 72.8 74.2 77.0 82.8 85.0 89.6 89.1 88.3 90.2 86.2 75.8 73.5
1912.... 67.3 65.0 78.4 82.9 86.0 86.1 89.7 90.1 88.1 84.6 73.5 73.8
1913.... 76.2 72.6 78.1 78.7 84.7 88.1 89.8 87.9 87.4 80.3 76.2 1 70.5
1914 ....68.1 69.0 71.4 80.1 86.5 89.4 88.8 90.9 86.7 82.5 74.6 68.3
1915.... 66.7 68.5 65.6 78.1 87.0 89.3 89.9 90.7 89.7 84.5 78.2 68.4
1916.... 76.1 71.2 73.0 78.6 84.7 86.8 89.2 90.2 87.7 82.9 76.1 72.5
1917.... 74.7 71.6 79.0 81.9 83.7 89.5 89.5 88.4 86.9 81.1 71.8 66.5
1918.... 65.6 77.4 80.4 79.8 86.1 89.8 89.4 92.2 87.7 85.9 76.4 70.6
1919.... 67.9 68.8 77.5 80.5 85.1 87.7 88.6 90.0 89.3 88.7 78.9 71.9
1920.... 72.6 66.3 73.4 79.4 84.3 87.4 89.4 89.3 87.7 81.1 74.7 69.5
1921.... 72.4 73.1 82.2 81.6 83.4 89.6 87.9 90.5 91.4 82.4 78.9 74.7
1922.... 69.9 76.0 78.5 84.5 86.9 89.1 89.2 87.2 86.3 82.7 77.9 73.8
1923.... 71.4 71.9 78.3 81.5 82.6 85.4 87.4 89.3 87.4 79.1 71.6 74.0
1924-... 69.2 67.1 70.1 80.6 84.1 90.2 89.4 91.3 88.2 79.6 76.1 74.5
1925.... 72.5 73.0 77.2 80.7 74.1 88.2 88.7 90.2 91.6 85.1 75.3 67.6
1926.... 67.1 70.6 71.1 78.4 83.5 87.7 89.7 90.6 89.7 84.1 74.4 75.0
Means 70.5 70.9 75.7 80.5 (84.9 88.3 89.1 89.7 88.5 83.0 75.4 71.2

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. J Mar. Apr. ( May I Junel July I Aug.I Sep. I Oct. I Nov.! Dec.

1910.... 48.7 51.1 56.2 59.4 67.1 71.3 72.4 73.6 71.6 66.3 54.6 45.9
1911.... 54.2 55.0 58.4 64.9 66.2 72.9 73.1 73.2 72.4 70.4 60.2 57.4
1912.... 51.5 47.4 59.5 65.7 70.4 72.8 74.2 73.9 73.5 69.0 55.5 57.2
1913... 60.0 56.5 61.8 61.0 65.7 69.7 72.6 72.6 70.9 63.2 58.6 54.3
1914.... 51.8 8 52.7 63.3 68.07 73.0 73.3 73.5 70.1 65.9 57.7 54.2
1915.... 51.3 52.1 49.9 59.1 70.4 73.8 75.3 74.5 73.7 69.1 60.4 48.5
1916.... 58.0 52.2 53.2 59.4 68.7 71.8 74.0 73.2 71.6 67.1 57.6 53.5
1917.... 56.9 51.8 59.6 61.4 65.7 71.1 74.3 74.5 72.3 64.2 53.9 47.1
1918.... 46.8 59.3 63.2 62.7 66.8 73.4 73.6 72.8 71.1 69.9 58.0 54.7
1919 ...51.5 54.9 60.2 61.1 68.6 71.7 73.4 75.4 72.4 72.1 63.4 54.0
1920..;. 54.8 50.9 54.7 64.4 67.6 71.7 73.2 73.5 72.9 63.3 57.6 51.0
1921.... 53.8 55.2 63.1 62.2 66.2 72.5 73.5 73.9 74.0 66.8 62.1 58.3
1922.... 52.8 57.8 59.9 65.9 69.6 72.8 74.1 73.6 71.6 69.5 61.8 58.8
1923.... 54.7 55.3 60.3 64.6 67.2 72.9 74.5 74.5 72.5 65.4 55.3 58.6
1924 ....53.0 51.3 53.9 64.3 68.0 73.8 74.4 75.9 73.7 65.4 57.8 57.1
1925.... 58.5 55.4 59.4 63.1 67.2 72.8 74.6 74.3 74.8 68.3 58.2 52.5
1926 ... 52.0 52.9 54.6 61.3 67.4 72.6 74.5 75.0 74.5 66.7 56.0 58.1
Means 53.5 53.6 1 57.7 62.6 67.7 72.4 73.8 74.0 72.6 67.2 58.2 54.2








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TITUSVILLE, BREVARD COUNTY
Mean Maximum Temperature

Year I Jan. Feb. I Mar. I Apr. I May I Junel July I Aug.1 Sep. Oct. ( Nov.l Dec.

1910.... ...... 73.0 77.2 ...... ...... ...... ... 88.6 91.1 ...... 75.5 | 66.7
1911....- ...-.. 75.4 79.0 83.2 84.1 ..... 91.9 90.5 90.6 87.8 77.7 74.9
1912.... 70.4 67.9 78.1 84.2 89.4 89.6 91.8 91.5 90.4 83.3 74.2 74.7
1913.... 76.3 73.1 77.7 77.7 83.5 87.2 91.5 89.7 86.2 81.7 74.5 71.4
1914.... 69.2 70.9 70.9 81.0 83.9 90.8 90.4 91.1 85.0 81.6 74.3 69.9
1915.... 66.7 68.1 66.9 75.2 87.2 87.0 89.5 90.2 86.9 82.3 78.2 67.9
1916.... 73.4 71.4 75.4 78.7 83.7 87.6 88.6 89.6 86.5 81.4 74.9 72.5
1917.... 76.4 72.8 79.4 80.9 85.5 88.1 91.9 91.2 .... 82.2 73.3 67.7
1918.... 66.2 76.8 82.8 80.7 84.0 89.9 89.3 91.1 87.5 85.7 76.2 71.2
1919.... 68.6 70.7 75.2 79.3 86.3 87.4 90.5 91.7 88.1 88.2 77.6 72.2
1920.... 72.1 67.4 74.0 81.7 82.6 87.6 89.7 90.0 88.7 79.6 74.8 70.4
1921.... 74.2 73.8 81.5 80.6 84.0 89.2 90.9 90.8 91.0 82.6 79.6 75.2
1922.... 69.7 77.5 78.5 84.5 87.4 89.8 91.3 89.8 86.8 83.6 77.6 76.4
1923.... 73.8 72.8 81.0 82.0 83.5 87.5 90.1 92.0 87.1 81.3 73.5 75.7
1924.... 70.4 68.6 72.8 81.1 86.5 91.8 90.4 91.6 86.8 77.6 74.9 74.1
1925.... 73.0 74.6 76.8 81.2 82.3 87.4 88.5 89.5 90.3 87.0 74.6 69.5
1926.... 68.5 72.9 72.4 79.7 86.7 90.5 89.8 91.6 88.1 84.5 75.0 76.9
Means 71.3 ] 72.2 76.4 80.7 85.0 88.8 90.4 90.6 88.2 83.2 75.7 72.2

Mean Minimum Temperature

Year ( Jan. Feb. Mar. I Apr. I May I Junel July I Aug. Sep.) Oct. I Nov.l Dec.

1910.... .... 50.8 55.2 ...... ...... ...... ....... 72.2 71.8 67.1 58.5 44.4
1911.... 53.3 53.2 57.1 63.8 65.3 69.4 71.2 73.0 73.7 70.6 63.6 58.7
1912.... 51.0 47.1 60.6 65.7 68.9 71.8 74.1 73.2 73.5 69.9 56.8 58.1
1913.... 59.4 55.8 63.1 59.4 64.2 68.4 71.5 73.0 72.1 61.5 59.9 54.2
1914.... 49.7 53.9 51.5 63.8 67.6 71.0 71.8 73.5 70.8 67.3 58.6 53.8
1915.... 51.9 52.6 47.5 58.8 69.4 71.8 73.5 74.6 75.0 71.1 60.2 46.6
1916.... 58.6 50.9 49.5 57.6 67.9 69.7 73.8 71.9 71.4 69.0 59.7 52.6
1917.... 55.8 49.6 58.3 60.3 62.0 69.8 72.7 71.9 .... 64.6 53.0 46.8
1918.... 42.7 56.3 60.8 59.6 66.0 69.8 70.9 71.2 69.5 69.5 57.0 51.7
1919.... 50.1 52.4 57.7 58.4 65.8 70.4 71.7 71.3 72.0 72.0 61.5 52.7
1920.... 50.5 47.5 52.9 61.8 64.6 69.3 71.4 72.5 71.2 64.9 57.9 49.1
1921.... 50.9 50.4 61.4 61.2 62.4 70.3 71.4 72.2 72.2 65.5 59.1 54.4
1922.... 50.4 55.4 58.6 63.3 66.6 69.5 71.8 71.8 70.3 69.5 60.5 53.9
1923.... 50.8 48.5 58.9 63.0 64.2 71.2 71.5 71.4 71.2 64.6 52.8 54.3
1924.... 52.8 47.0 49.5 60.6 64.5 70.1 72.3 73.0 71.6 67.0 57.2 55.8
1925.... 57.6 52.1 55.3 59.6 65.0 72.0 72.5 73.5 74.1 67.0 59.5 50.1
1926.... 49.8 49.4 52.2 59.4 64.3 69.7 72.3 74.3 75.2 65.7 55.6 55.8
Means 52.2 51.3 1 55.9 61.0 65.5 70.3 72.2 72.6 72.3 67.5 58.3 (52.5








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PRECIPITATION RECORDS

APALACHICOLA, FRANKLIN COUNTY.-Elevation, 39 Feet
Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.j MaylJunel July Aug. Sept.| Oct. I Nov.I Dec. An'l

1903 .. ........ ... .. .......... . ... ....... 9.07 4.34 2.131 .......
1904 5.02 1.84 1.35125 2.10 3.84 1.62 3.65 1.87 0.00 3.06 3.87130.69
1905 3.2 3.37 4.28 1.65 6.70 0.60 11.23 10.43 6.56 1.65 0.76 9.18159.68
1906 5.18 2.15 3.92 0.00 3.44 2.55 8.65 10.36 17.95 3.07 1.06 3.15161.48
1907 1.86 1.30 0.55 6.92 8.62 7.20,10.50 12.20112.87 0.39 3.48 11.91177.80
1908 5.11 2.91 0.26 ..... 3.65 2.25 1.64 9.83 11.06 2.59 2.81 1.62 ........
1909 1.11 3.01 4.52 1.76 4.86 5.34 14.66 4.58 4.86 1.19 1.15 6.44153.48
1910 1.98 8.10 1.56 2.14 T 14.90 8.601 2.90 2.95 3.21 2.73 2.56151.63
1911 1.45 0.03 2.40 1.97 1.72 3.88 6.47110.14 3.25 6.49 4.01 6.32148.13
1912 3.33 3.55 5.37 5.78 3.04 9.40 7.30 14.09 15.06 0.85 5.76 4.25177.78
1913 2.98 4.97 4.78 1.70 2.95 2.78 4.09 9.0122.87 5.82 0.45 5.15167.55
1914 7.01 6.42 2.51 2.05 T 1.42 5.50 3.98 11.33 2.62 3.83 4.66151.43
1915 11.89 4.411 2.69 0.80 4.11 4.93 4.25 3.06 5.68 9.12 1.48 2.88]55.30
1916 1.39 2.90 1.60 2.88 1.91 5.70 12.17 7.88 1.97 6.17 1.50 13.41159.48
1917 1.40 2.14 2.21 1.38 ........ ........ 7.48110.59 7.35 0.16 1.32 1.411 ........
1918 3.68 ........ 3.02 2.93 1.97 5.75 5.25 6.28 9.94 4.73 6.8315.881 ........
1919 2.90 10.44 10.59 6.01 7.80 3.37 12.43 4.72 5.98 2.17 2.54 2.30171.25
1920 4.05 2.95 2.68 8.46 2.99 2.86 1.44 5.32 8.46 0.46 4.72 5.92150.31
1921 1.85 0.50 1.67 4.36 5.79 0.38 17.29 10.53 2.55 3.09 5.39 1.95155.35
1922 2.38 3.67 3.66 0.63 9.27 1.63 9.70 8.25 4.06 7.42 0.72 4.98156.37
1923 3.80 2.64 2.37 0.51 6.09 6.14 8.54 5.62 5.23 3.18 2.44 2.09148.65
1924 4.52 5.27 8.78 2.72 1.80 4.44 7.17 4.66 27.73 1.82 1.02 5.25175.18
1925 4.62 2.89 2.11 0.96 4.02 4.43 7.06 12.19 1.42 3.81 2.54 5.94151.99
1926 5.38 1.81 6.01 6.69 1.21 9.66 3.66 5.77 4.61 3.26 3.28 1.16152.50
Means 3.75 3.51 3.43 2.95 3.82 4.70 7.68 7.65 8.50 3.43. 2.80 5.18157.40








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ARCADIA, DESOTO COUNTY.-Elevation, 61 Feet
Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year Jan. Feb.IMar.I Apr.I MaylJune] July]Aug.ISept.I Oct. I Nov.| Dec. An'l

1899 ..... .... .0.40 1.93 ........
1900 2.70 3.80 8.05 3.58 1.89 5.08 9.23 6.27 4.80 0.16 1.14 1.26147.96
1901 1.08 1.49 3.37 2.50 3.88110.8710.86 12.53 4.23 0.26 0.19 3.64154.90
1902 0.22 5.66 1.46 0.29 0.57 9.12 5.19 2.87 6.32 5.72 2.44 2.26142.12
1903 4.65 5.54 5.24 0.12 1.55 5.4610.28 9.65 12.67 0.34 2.83 2.14(60.47
1904 4.96 1.03 2.79 0.60 4.16 8.79 8.56 7.85 4.51 7.62 2.95 1.10'54.92
1905 0.22 1.09 5.47 3.60 4.92 3.98 16.39 10.04 4.25 1.49 0.69 6.85158.99
1906 3.58 2.60 3.03 0.89 1.86 ..-..... ........ .--..- .. ..... .... ..... .-.. ........
1907 ........ ------.... .--- -------.... ...........---8.17 7.02 9.32 7.57 1.45 2.14 2.16144.08
1908 1.94 1.48 1.79 1.02 2.48 8.03 5.2618.24 15.67 5.87 1.29 0.55163.62
1909 1.06 0.73 1.53 2.76 7.58 7.90 9.3411.75 2.05 1.96 0.13 1.85148.64
1910 0.97 1.45 0.80 0.24 7.88 6.65 7.79 7.26 6.21113.16 0.58 0.64153.63
1911 0.23 0.10 1.45 1.43 4.55 4.79 5.20 7.17 2.44 5.57 1.44 1.47135.84
1912 4.53 2.21 3.44 0.84 7.84 16.49 3.31 5.57 6.95 5.17 1.13 1.15158.63
1913 1.34 3.67 3.26 2.50 3.88 4.13 6.2213.07 3.16 1.95 0.86 2.62146.66
1914 2.48 1.32 1.03 4.20 2.47 4.99 9.41 7.49 7.62 2.50 1.92 3.39 48.82
1915 5.96 2.79 2.09 ......... --- ..-- ......-- 10.35 4.40 4.88 ....... 2.00 2.47 .......
1916 0.00 0.00 0.93 ..---- ........... ... 6.42 5.97 3.45 2.87 3.53 1.80 .....
1917 0.50 2.02 0.91 1.61 0.99 6.56 7.12 9.12 8.51 4.99 *0.55 1.20144.08
1918 4.00 0.05 3.25 ........... ................. ........ ...... .... ...... ...... ......
1919 ....... ........ 0.91 6.26 6.91 5.48 5.61 4.89 1.68 2.82 1.98 .......
1920 0.80 2.09 0.82 5.84 1.79 4.73 10.74 5.53 8.25 3.00 3.94 2.42 49.95
1921 0.41 4.13 1.54 1.49 7.46 3.07 5.2 ........ .... ........
1922 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 7.75 1.42 0.951........
1923 0.77 1.31 1.32 2.41 11.7110.30 6.61 4.31 6.48 2.25 0.22 0.29147.98
1924 3.15 6.86 5.35 2.55 1.32 9.4111.22 7.08 7.37 9.73 0.45 1.14165.65
1925 3.89 1.59 1.99 3.92 9.47 8.41 7.86 13.89 2.02 1.87 1.73 4.73161.37
1926 5.17 0.63 3.02 4.55 5.09 8.011 5.96 9.85 6.06 1.29 1.29 0.06150.98
Means 2.28 2.24 2.661 2.18 4.53i 7.36 7.96 8.47 6.10 3.85 1.52 2.00151.15
The values prior to June, 1907, are for Nocatee, 5 miles southwest of
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AVON PARK, HIGHLANDS COUNTY.-Elevation, 150 Feet

Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year I Jan.l Feb.lMar.l Apr.] MaylJunel JulyjAug.lSept.I Oct. Nov.l Dec. An'l

1892 ........ --... ........ ...... .... 1.17 8.70 6.34 6.40 10.01 4.97 0.23 0.701 ........
1893 1.63 3.25 2.88 1.82 7.69 13.49 6.79 7.26 3.95 2.29 2.58 3.00156.63
1894 ........ .... ...... ........ 10.74 10.08 8.96 11.16 4.15 1.79 0.691 ........
1895 1.28 4.74 1.70 4.93 6.97 9.83 5.81 5.76 3.88 4.83 3.31 1.07154.11
1896 3.38 3.27 1.26 0.18 3.08 10.02 6.89 3.17 5.37 1.83 ........ ........ ......
1902 0.27 5.49 3.29 1.44 3.71 5.70 8.68 4.43 9.03 7.77 1.77 2.44154.02
1903 5.22 5.40 5.85 0.16 1.98 5.63 6.61 4.85 8.84 1.42 4.69 1.40152.05
1904 4.09 2.73 0.96 2.42 3.82 10.35 7.56 5.96 5.39 11.25 2.90 1.46158.89
1905 0.60 0.61 3.51 3.01 6.99 4.48 13.70 2.72 5.66 3.86 0.19 10.28165.61
1906 4.54 3.14 1.96 0.98 4.44 9.36 7.91 9.56 1.28 0.94 0.05 0.18144.34
1907 0.36 0.30 0.24 1.27 7.72 9.43 8.50 7.08 4.59 3.83 0.97 2.91147.20
1908 3.14 0.92 0.02 1.73 3.01 5.98 4.92 7.3210.30 1.62 2.48 1.02142.46
1909 0.37 2.05 2.03 2.84 6.45 13.24 12.95 13.91 2.42 0.79 0.96 1.58159.59
1910 0.70 1.98 2.40 0.61 5.48114.37 9.04 8.32 2.2612.49 0.31 0.62 58.58
1911 0.55 T 1.85 1.92 4.54 6.93 8.01 3.93 2.06 4.79 1.90 2.02 38.50
1912 5.24 1.97 ........ ........ ........ 16.91 2.90 4.98 7.93 3.29 1.27 0.74 ....
1913 1.72 5.55 4.22 1.86 6.39 8.72 7.47 6.34 4.34 2.83 0.48 2.76152.68
1914 0.52 3.21 0.78 3.22 .... ........ ........ ........ ............ 2.09 4.32 ....
1915 6.73 4.06 1.79 2.86 4.38 4.32 7.1113.62 6.04 6.05 1.66 2.70161.32
1916 0.20 0.12 0.26 4.37 3.25 8.83 8.02 8.38 5.36 2.72 2.94 1.87146.32
1917 0.78 1.14 0.51 1.07 1.78 7.83 4.38 3.7310.64 4.03 0.64 0.4737.00
1918 4.09 0.23 2.29 2.64 0.61 5.95 5.77 9.50 8.11 3.82 2.01 1.16146.18
1919 2.44 4.22 1.62 0.87 6.04 8.4618.71 6.50 7.01 0.85 1.46 1.5159.69
1920 1.73 2.44 0.76 7.57 1.58 7.4013.65 2.03 8.01 2.36 3.67 2.25 53.45
1921 0.65 2.65 0.22 1.12 5.66 3.12 6.84 5.46 3.52 7.19 3.63 0.92[40.98
1922 2.17 2.62 0.83 0.14 8.56 6.87 6.67 7.47 7.54 9.35 1.52 1.37 55.11
1923 0.92 1.37 1.09 2.4411.61 9.04 7.63 12.68 4.63 2.28 0.41 0.44 54.54
1924 3.53 3.48 4.18 1.32 1.71 7.47 12.17 7.94 3.40 6.52 0.17 0.11152.00
1925 3.17 3.22 1.08 0.45 4.79 8.37 5.71 13.29 1.25 2.83 2.35 6.14152.65
1926 3.76 0.88 2.93 5.93 .6.45 11.31 8.32 10.28 11.77 1.18 1.94 0.21164.96
Means 2.281 2.54 1.87 2.19 4.81 8.72 8.25 7.65 6.06 4.21 1.74 1.94152.26




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BARTOW, POLK COUNTY-Elevation, 115 Feet
Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year Jan. Feb.lMar. Apr.l MaylJunel July Aug.jSept.| Oct. INov.1 Dec. An'l

1887 2.60 0.40 1.20 1.30 3.4512.90! 4.20 3.25 2.80 4.65 1.75 2.95141.45
1888 0.15 3.95 2.70 0.35 6.05 3.75 4.451 5.60 9.90 3.20 4.25 6.70151.05
1889 7.45 4.20 1.20 1.40 1.40 6.55 4.50 5.90 5.65 0.15 0.20 0.00138.60
1890 0.00 0.65 1.20 0.35 4.85 4.95 6.75 4.6021.15 3.00 3.90 1.70153.10
1891 0.70 0.80 3.60 2.25 1.65 3.60 7.00 5.95117.10 6.35 0.50 0.30149.80
1892 0.95 1.50 0.70 0.45 2.4210.37 2.35 8.97 9.01 5.24 0.71 1.48144.15
1893 1.27 2.43 2.74 0.98 7.9810.16 4.71 10.42 6.74 4.07 2.97 1.66156.13
1894 1.32 1.79 1.00 0.40 2.13 14.39 5.46 10.13 16.81 3.95 2.18 0.94160.50
1895 1.82 3.96 1.37 6.12 5.201 3.79 4.90 8.41 4.25 2.26 2.42 1.21145.71
1896 2.52 2.55 1.56 0.00 2.83 9.76 7.39 4.49 5.31 1.38 0.97 2.11140.87
1897 1.15 3.31 0.44 4.07 1.80 7.47114.55 7.40111.94 2.66 1.16 2.62158.57
1898 0.48 0.87 0.66 0.36 2.58 4.27 9.32 8.89 7.88 5.44 2.43 3.0446.22
1899 5.03 7.301 1.63 4.22 1.01 5.78 8.43 7.58 10.58 6.51 0.58 1.95160.60
1900 4.72 4.261 6.50 3.83 4.2810.30 7.22 4.76 4.36 2.40 1.61 6.35160.59
1901 1.07 3.34 3.56 2.331 2.9010.84 9.86112.39 8.87 0.36 1.80 2.01159.33
1902 0.23 5.70 2.02 2.77 2.18 6.62 3.971 4.97 10.79 7.16 1.48 1.52149.41
1903 6.64 4.87 6.42 0.60 6.2110.38 9.16111.6410.57 0.97 1.49 0.95169.90
1904 2.47 4.99 2.14 2.39 1.7611.761 8.77 6.07 1.76 5.35 3.06 1.23151.75
1905 0.35 0.64 4.98 3.20 11.16 2.59 10.79 14.62 6.03 1.82 0.57 8.25165.00
1906 5.40 2.41 1.80 2.62 4.8211.68 5.07 4.73 3.51 1.78 0.28 0.00144.10
1907 0.68 1.23 0.81 T 6.96 4.75 10.24 8.31 5.93 0.39 1.79 3.59144.68
1908 5.19 1.40 0.02 1.96 0.36 7.16 4.93 8.92113.72 1.67 2.44 1.12148.89
1909 0.94 1.29 5.42 0.79 4.45 8.44 13.31 14.38 4.01 1.92 0.80 2.41158.16
1910 0.93 2.79 2.19 0.66 2.50 8.97 10.66 6.66 2.52 12.55 1.10 0.81152.34
1911 1.08 0.00 1.02 0.43 2.32 3.64 10.76 7.87 3.56 3.12 4.75 4.06142-61
1912 6.17 1.99 3.88 1.52 6.2321.62 7.03 2.45 8.09 4.06 1.70 1.35166.09
1913 1.33 6.33 6.35 3.72 2.83 6.55 5.81 8.12 4.43 3.07 0.33 3.61152.43
1914 3.85 3.13 1.32 2.56 1.15 4.44 5.14 9.55, 9.20 6.50 1.59 3.88152.31
1915 6.98 5.32 1.77 2.37 3.09 4.89 8.2211.84 5.74 5.15 2.68 1.45159.50
1916 0.56 0.14 1.26 2.88 4.75 5.45 4.78 8.16 4.34 3.10 3.63 1.95141.00
1917 0.98 1.58 2.98 1.70 2.81 9.7711.09 9.4812.35 8.43 0.19 0.41 61.77
1918 3.42 0.74 2.48 3.21 3.5610.19 5.63 7.11 9.21 2.13 2.52 2.85153.05
1919 1.84 4.91 6.56 0.34 4.67 7.7310.16 6.7 3.39 0.77 2.16 2.35151.59
1920 1.66 3.73 0.54 9.70 3.05 7.01 7.31 10.84 7.95 2.50 2.87 1.87159.03
1921 0.73 1.89 0.52 0.8910.35 4.81 6.95 5.65 3.77 6.88 1.24 2.99146.67
1922 0.92 1.77 0.87 0.04 8.30 5.91 8.10 5.5411.64 8.18 0.95 2.62154.84
1923 1.31 0.96 0.80 0.90 17.74 6.59 10.40 7.57 9.43 1.47 0.09 0.52157.78
1924 3.71 5.76 6.45 3.32 2.96 13.74 16.91 4.24 3.2510.22 0.13 0.34171.03
1925 4.74 1.03 1.06 1.51 7.95 8.45 8.46 8.31 4.12 2.02 3.09 5.50156.24
1926 7.18 2.34 4.22 4.83 2.16 11.26 12.82 5.84 10.13 1.20 3.71 0.38166.07
Means 2.5 2.71 2.45 2.08 4.371 8.081 7.94 7.71 7.80 3.85 2.30 2.28154.08
The values from 1887 to July, 1895, inclusive, are for Homeland, 5 miles
south of Bartow.








172 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station



BRADENTON, MANATEE COUNTY.-Elevation, 22 Feet

Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year Jan. Feb.iMar.j Apr.l May June| JulylAug.ISept.j Oct. INov.[ Dec.[An'l

1869 4.37 1.60 7.50 4.00 1.40 5.50 6.80 9.80 2400.502.70 3.10 49.67
1870 3.00 2.20 4.40 1.70 2.00 4.50 11.00 -..... .. ...... ..... ........0 0 .... ..
1884 ...- ........ ... ............... .. . . 3.73 6.03 3.66 1.46 2.001 .....
1885 4.34 6.13 4.20 1.00 8.90 7.51 12.54 5.2713.68 1.26 0.22 2.21167.26
1886 2.56 0.55 5.20 0.59 0.17 11.14 14.0611.43 4.22 3.90 0.92 1.78156.52
1887 2.40 0.48 1.63 5.07 9.69 10.88 10.15 6.18 6.06 3.65 1.61 3.20161.00
1888 0.30 6.82 3.01 0.12 6.28 3.72 7.26 9.96 10.02 2.32 5.33 5.36160.50
1889 7.59 4.58 2.20 1.68 0.6011.10 10.01 9.66 4.16 1.21 0.65 0.00153.44
1890 0.73 3.05 2.17 0.57 4.29 7.72 19.21 7.12 9.85 4.26 2.30 ................
1891 ........ .. ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 5.40 4.03 1.77 0.491 -......
1892 3.21 1.50 1.68 0.27 3.16 9.93 9.58 9.72 8.51 2.68 1.28 ........ .
1893 1.83 4.39 4.06 1.70 4.1811.20 6.01 4.91 10.32 1.62 2.78 2.70155.70
1894 0.46 1.42 1.62 0.44 2.50 9.11 9.54 8.49 7.60 2.79 0.46 0.52144.95
1895 2.41 5.02 2.49 5.02 3.13 1.59 6.08 8.22 6.23 2.00 1.44 1.13144.76
1896 2.23 4.45 0.55 0.05 1.75 9.65 14.36 14.57 7.56 3.57 0.84 2.58162.16
1897 3.05 2.97 1.15 4.13 1.15 ........ 11.74 ...... 9.49 ..... 2.00 2.601 ....
1898 0.15 0.81 0.37 0.25 2.08 5.35 13.93 18.48 10.37 3.98 0.87 1.89158.53
1899 5.34 4.12 0.80 5.67 1.85 7.65 24.45, 3.29 5.17 4.61 1.31 2.51166.77
1900 3.36 3.87 8.59 3.20 4.13 9.23 11.05115.45 6.64 3.30 2.55 4.41175.78
1901 1.94 2.15 3.58 2.37 1.75 15.93 11.1212.9113.47 0.59 0.39 2.21168.41
1902 0.53 5.96 1.36 1.17 1.06 6.28 11.66 4.69 7.40 4.69 1.42 1.68147.90
1903 6.84 4.09 4.26 0.27 2.49 4.77 6.66 4.50 3.67 1.30 2.70 2.35143.90
1904 4.55 2.44 1.26 0.37 1.71 8.18 9.9 10.99 7.60 3.43 3.19 1.40155.03
1905 0.53 0.90 2.26 3.14 2.55 5.13 9.46 13.21 9.12 2.86 0.35 7.21156.72
1906 4.79 2.96 3.41 0.66 3.38 6.19 7.50 13.12 2.26 2.10 0.75 0.17147.29
1907 0.36 1.40 0.00 1.84 2.54 8.11 6.46 6.73 6.12 1.55 1.14 5.19141.44
1908 2.53 1.48 0.04 2.41 0.14 6.73 10.39 7.40113.41 1.83 1.78 0.30148.44
1909 1.12 1.30 1.20 1.16 4.14 14.26 12.40 11.34 4.24 1.14 0.56 2.44155.30
1910 1.55 3.46 0.50 1.03 0.60 4.58 -........- ... ..... 7.23 2.15 0.951 ........
1911 1.29 T 1.50 1.58 4.24 5.24 8.93 8.10 7.67 6.21 3.07 2.19150.02
1912 5.98 1.95 1.86 1.13 3.84 25.62 9.03 6.45 16.65 5.61 ............I........
1913 1.50 5.48 2.77 2.48 2.52 9.63 7.27 16.09 4.67 2.80 0.49 5.72161.42
1914 3.62 4.58 1.24 3.79 3.48 3.47 5.77 6.3410.25 4.42 3.21 6.95157.12
1915 7.42 7.34 2.97 1.44 5.36 3.93 8.80 7.43 2.85 1.54 2.98 2.44154.50
1916 0.47 0.98 0.68 4.87 3.42 4.19 4.82 8.95 5.24 2.02 4.10 2.15141.89
1917 0.72 1.10 0.44 3.04 1.55 7.93 9.41 15.02 4.41 3.97 0.81 0.77149.17
1918 3.64 0.20 0.55 2.02 5.18 1.28 5.19 11.61 3.72 7.31 4.94 2.43148.07
1919 2.94 3.98 4.62 1.66 4.56 7.31 14.02 5.83 5.15 1.63 2.84 3.26157.80
1920 2.07 4.50 0.52 9.82 2.20 5.57 12.79 5.76 9.32 0.31 6.81 1.73161.40
1921 1.33 3.98 3.51 0.23 9.05 3.7420.60 7.38 2.27 7.21 1.21 1.62162.13
1922 2.04 0.40 0.92 0.10 5.20 5.30 9.89 19.35 10.53 12.02 1.11 1.60168.46
1923 3.44 1.00 1.15 0.01 4.01 4.85 4.89 6.30 5.11 2.60 0.36 0.28J34.00
1924 3.99 5.44 4.59 2.25 0.36 3.69 8.79 6.86 8.13 7.22 0.59 0.80152.71
1925 4.82 3.06 2.02 1.31 6.11 8.05110.64 8.11 4.24 3.24 6.24 3.96161.80
1926 4.46 1.04 5.61 3.92 3.13 1.68 8.20 9.72 15.86 1.15 2.52 0.45 57.74
Means 2.83 2.91 2.43 2.08 3.301 7.3210.29 9.28 7.37 3.38 2.00 2.36155.55
Prior to September, 1910, the record is for Manatee, 2 miles east of
Bradenton.








Bulletin 200, The Climate of Florida 173







BROOKSVILLE, HERNANDO COUNTY.-Elevation 131 Feet
Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year Jan.( Feb. Mar.l Apr.l MaylJunel JulylAug. Sept.l Oct. Nov.l Dec.IAn'l

1892 3.30 0.82 1.64 0.66 2.16 7.45 2.8313.59 9.77 5.09 0.46 2.10149.87
1893 3.75 6.18 3.44 5.00 4.05 14.19 7.29 7.36 10.20 0.94 2.67 2.29167.36
1894 1.55 3.42 1.41 0.97 5.78 8.70 11.68 6.5315.87 4.29 1.84 2.30164.34
1895 4.37 4.86 1.98 6.14 2.39 5.44112.33 9.84 4.85 1.93 2.23 0.89157.25
1896 4.31 1.60 1.58 0.32 4.42 11.94l11.391 7.30 4.92 0.76 2.89 1.34152.77
1897 1.67 4.57 0.92 1.90 0.90 8.32111.98 9.16 7.97 4.62 1.18 2.08155.27
1898 0.61 1.97 0.15 0.34 0.68 4.74 12.4813.44 7.30 5.07 1.90 2.96151.64
1899 6.03 8.84 1.10 4.01 0.60 9.0511.15 5.78 6.17 4.54 0.73 1.79159.79
1900 3.01 3.45 6.85 8.05 4.77 9.55 6.65 6.98 2.70 4.02 0.22 4.76161.01
1901 2.04 4.26 4.38 1.36 4.05 10.25 7.41116.34 5.10 0.30 0.66 2.50158.65
1902 0.35 4.99 3.00 1.21 2.54 4.06 3.53 7.47 8.16 3.12 2.57 4.25145.25
1903 4.92 7.04 8.38 0.12 2.94 6.41 8.64 7.95 7.17 0.43 1.56 1.50157.06
1904 5.32 1.50 0.20 1.30 3.12 6.40 10.59 7.84 4.60 3.44 2.04 0.79147.14
1905 0.93 1.92 3.73 2.22 4.25 9.83 10.16117.47 8.13 0.76 0.33 5.60165.33
1906 7.04 1.52 3.34 1.91 9.25 10.53,20.54 7.42 6.61 0.94 0.59 0.37170.06
1907 0.31 0.89 0.13 2.30 4.16 8.89 8.81 6.41 6.72 0.74 2.66 4.21146.23
1908 3.54 1.51 0.10 2.58 0.57 7.92 5.38 7.80 9.62 1.73 2.48 0.21143.44
1909 1.19 1.62 1.40 1.92 4.79 6.04!19.891 8.95 2.09 0.90 0.98 2.30152.07
1910 1.62 4.25 1.47 0.43 0.68 13.42 5.7513.74 1.39 6.35 2.50 0.27151.87
1911 0.72 0.10 2.00 0.35 4.95 5.77 6.11 7.6710.31 6.87 3.18 5.09153.12
1912 9.15 2.74 2.19 1.64 9.15 13.94 7.90 5.8315.53 5.17 4.04 2.11179.39
1913 1.08 4.57 4.26 1.91 1.75 6.62 7.701 5.90 4.54 3.72 0.15 4.33)46.53
1914 6.19 4.41 0.86 2.46 1.40 8.5512.10 6.701 5.80 2.70 2.16 2.90156.23
1915 3.95 5.06 1.29 1.55 5.20 4.0110.76 8.76 2.50 12.52 2.41 *2.71160.72
1916 1.14 *1.05 *2.34 2.39 3.81 6.63 5.51 3.76 4.52 2.97 9.31 4.18147.61
1917 0.66 1.22 0.80 1.61 3.89 9.43 *7.36 *9.13 10.32 2.33 0.40 1.74(48.89
1918 3.99 2.15 3.79 6.39 2.65 3.63 8.05 8.11 5.69 6.30 3.92 3.36158.03
1919 2.69 3.31 3.97 1.24 7.92 10.72 9.68 3.45 4.37 0.74 2.39 1.63152.11
1920 1.81 2.98 0.99 5.33 2.2813.28 8.50 6.08 8.31 0.37 5.14 2.70157.77
1921 1.11 1.96 0.41 2.88 8.71 7.23 12.14 5.13 2.99 15.64 2.61 4.88165.69
1922 1.29 1.64 3.98 0.87 7.85 8.45 11.23 9.2211.91 8.92 0.67 3.11169.14
1923 1.32 1.36 1.44 0.66 12.20 10.45 9.16 9.82 4.21 2.33 0.46 1.02154.43
1924 2.69 4.5810.58 2.52 2.29 7.43 16.90 7.60 5.76 3.43 0.22 1.10165.10
1925 5.00 1.17 0.60 0.53 3.56 6.03 13.86 5.83 2.66 1.99 4.31 6.91152.45
1926 5.04 2.21 5.93 6.20 0.19 6.60 8.62 12.83 3.95 0.87 2.87 0.68155.99
Means 2.961 3.02 2.59 2.321 4.00 8.34 9.83 8.49 6.65 3.62 2.14 2.60156.56
*Values are for Brooksville No. 2, 3% miles southeast of Brooksville,
as are also all data after June, 1918.








174 Flbrida Agricultural Experiment Station

CEDAR KEYS, LEVY COUNTY.-Elevation, 20 Feet
Monthly and Annual Precipitation
Year Jan. Feb. Mar.I Apr.! May Junel JulylAug. Sept.! Oct. Nov.| Dec. An'l

1840 .......... ...........- ..- ... ..... ..-.... 1.10 15.05 6.30 1.70 3.30 1.02 .....
1841 4.70 1.80 3.40 1.40 1.0011.50 3101050 4.00 5.60 5.10 2.1054.20
1842 0.90 8.80 0.20 1.40 0.8 1.30 8.00 10.10 4.60 4.10 1.10 2.90144.20
1851 .-------- ----- ....... 1.63 5.121, 4.88 3.00 ..-- 4.56 5.37 1.621 ......
1852 1.00 0.88 2.75 1.19 0.13 9.00 15.37 9.94 8.06 1.75 2.25 3.25155.57
1853 4.13 1.81 2.56 .. 1.50 3.2611.44 3.63115.44 4.60 0.94 ..-- ------
1854 5.38 2.13 0.62 5.25 0.22 4.67 3.86 6.37 3.43 3.44 3.31 0.94139.62
1855 1.14 1.441 2.94 0.37 0.62 3.25, 7.50 5.13 1.94 5.19 2.44 2.56|34.52
1856 3.62 4.13 2.37 1.06 0.63 2.25112.10 3.37 0.88 0.06 2.88 1.06134.41
1857 1.75 0.06 3.25 ....... ..... -- 4.311 6.81 .....--- .--- ---.. -- 1.811....
1858 2.12 4.25 7.20 2.40 ....... 1.80 6.55110.3510.50 2.80 2.01 ........ .....
1859 5.25 ...... 6.15 0.82 .... 4.00110.60113.13 2.60 2.15 1.14 1.101......
1860 8.00 2.65 0.85 ....-.. .... ....... ... .. ... ... ....... .... -. .-- -..-
1879 ... ..... -. ..... . ..... ............. ... ...... 0.24 1.511 ......
1880 3.02 7.35 2.83 0.73 4.94 8.76 9.10 19.45 4.4110.37 6.29 5.05182.30
1881 9.36 3.51 3.86 3.45 2.25 1.69 11.86 2.68 7.41 1.25 2.19 3.52153.03
1882 3.19 1.02 2.60 3.00 1.71 9.56 10.33 13.72 9.37 4.77 4.40 3.23J66.90
1883 5.66 0.04 5.03 4.12 1.97 4.05 5.09 3.37 2.77 0.23 0.93 0.32133.58
1884 5.08 1.56 2.21 3.58 1.96 6.68 6.02 8.11 3.63 0.13 3.08 5.66147.68
1885 4.97 9.02 3.07 0.15 3.48 10.98 9.17 10.09 5.76 4.38 1.17 3.84166.08
1886 1.86 1.1712.14 1.61 0.71 7.81 11.72 7.08 1.38 2.53 0.58 1.95150.54
1887 1.31 0.19 1.87 6.63 4.43 8.65 ........ 5.45 1.11 0.43 1.08 3.641 ......
1888 0.77 3.78 0.94 0.09 1.70 4.86 4.11 2.2612.89 2.43 5.43 3.87143.13
1889 8.04 3.35 2.07 1.47 T 5.29 10.03 4.98 4.97 1.61 1.56 0.00143.37
1890 0.01 0.67 1.14 ......-. ........ .. .... ..... . .... ....-- ....I -
19 0 .. -.....-. --- .... .- ..--...- 12.28 15.36 3.15' 1.73 2.29 0.82 6.451 .--....
1901 2.40 5.99 8.80 2.99 2.59 17.51 8.18 15.97 4.27 1.73 1.08 2.45173.96
1902 T 3.51 6.16 1.45 2.63 1.77 7.41 4.90 9.00 4.08 3.88 14.93 59.72
1903 4.57 5.24 4.86 0.00 2.21 3.59 12.03 14.14 4.68 0.63 0.73 2.23154.91
1904 7.30 3.73 0.59 2.45 0.47 5.26 14.84 17.461 1.32 2.43 2.59 1.58 60.02
1905 0.89 2.63 3.72 1.30 3.81 5.87 8.38124.76 4.97 2.57 1.12 6.93166.95
1906 4.34 2.19 3.39 ........ .... ............ 10.27 2.73 ....... ...- ...... ......
1907 0.15 1.45 ....... .. .... . .... .. . .. 1.94 4.501 ......
1908 4.70 1.98 0.23 0.66 1.72 7.81 7.03 15.80 3.52 0.47 0.99 0.34145.25
1909 3.02 1.10 3.07 0.30 0.72 2.23 25.57 3.79 1.45 0.00 0.00 3.23144.48
1910 1.79 1.45 0.53 0.69 1.03 10.40 6.28 10.74 2.42 2.69 1.40 0.49139.91
1911 1.32 0.00 1.62 0.30 2.19 6.69 4.43 11.15 2.25 6.49 3.42 3.48143.34
1912 5.65 2.34 4.48 1.85 3.26 8.73 6.27 11.75 28.14 6.26 2.35 2.32183.40
1913 2.97 3.93 3.95 0.15 1.48 3.39 6.07 9.24 7.30 4.50 0.38 5.35148.71
1914 4.51 4.22 1.45 1.55 0.30 3.98 4.37 3.50 4.57 1.37 1.69 3.24134.75
1915 1.62 4.23 2.17 0.33 6.12 3.10 3.781 5.78 2.45 4.68 3.08 3.62140.96
1916 0.47 0.58 0.45 1.15 2.51 5.16 1.93 0.85 5.19 3.35 2.82 5.66130.12
1917 0.56 1.95 1.25 1.09 2.45 5.31 9.37 8.35 5.33 2.15 0.50 1.88140.19
1918 3.41 0.69 1.74 4.20 2.56 4.40 6.07 3.15 5.20 0.30 2.21 5.19139.12
1919 2.36 3.72 5.07 1.10 2.35 6.00 10.60 13.63 5.78 1.80 3.00 1.50156.91
1920 1.80 3.30 0.50 6.20 3.50 2.40 4.65 9.00 14.60 0.40 4.90 5.25156.51
1921 1.80 1.00 1.80 2.01 2.30 2.46114.52 2.61 1.79 7.66 1.92 1.56141.43
1922 3.23 3.24 2.90 0.00 5.48 4.96 9.47 7.17 2.94 4.07 0.31 3.71147.48
1923 1.68 0.26 1.76 1.08 3.76 1.76 5.29 6.74 4.33 4.79 0.40 0.68132.53
1924 4.87 3.1412.47 2.25 1.62 3.59110.75 5.59 6.48 0.55 0.00 1.83153.14
1925 3.35 3.23 0.42 1.41 2.24 4.45 11.14 3.77 2.55 4.17 3.50 6.44146.67
1926 7.25 1.84 4.16 5.62 1.35 3.84 3.44 7.42 4.42 1.63 2.60 0.89144.46
Means 3.28 2.69 3.14 1.88 2.101 5.56! 8.39 8.48 5.45 2.94 2.18 3.12149.21
The values from June, 1900, to March, 1906, inclusive, are for Sumner,
7 miles northeast of Cedar Keys; from August, 1906, to February, 1907,
inclusive, for Otter Creek, 21 miles northeast of Cedar Keys.








Bulletin 200, The Climate of Florida 175









CRESCENT CITY, PUTNAM COUNTY.-Elevation, 45 Feet

Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year I Jan. Feb.IMar.| Apr.j MayiJune| July(Aug.lSept.| Oct. | Nov.l Dec.lAn'1

1896 ........ ........ .................... .... .... ... 2.03 1.231 ......
1897 1.66 4.17 0.52 4.82 2.38 7.06 8.56 6.8512.29 4.42 1.78 2.69157.20
1898 0.91 1.34 0.94 1.33 6.16 2.25 5.4410.79 2.93 6.25 2.43 2.53143.30
1899 4.54 4.64 0.99 3.88 0.95 8.17 11.63 8.59 4.84 5.52 0.55 1.41155.71
1900 2.35 3.67 7.01 2.56 2.9812.17 5.88 5.35 5.73 3.54 1.04 4.54156.82
1901 2.19 4.83 3.81 1.02 3.44 7.10 3.39 10.75 11.27 1.27 1.80 2.28153.15
1902 0.17 4.60 4.08 1.91 0.75 2.66 6.86 3.06 9.28 5.73 3.03 2.55144.68
1903 6.39 5.08 4.98 0.50 5.52 6.98 2.92 5.20 6.15 1.03 1.45 2.01148.21
1904 6.32 3.44 1.15 0.80 2.18 4.52 6.65 4.16 5.47 5.09 2.63 2.23144.64
1905 0.49 3.45 3.97 1.62 3.48 4.67 3.4116.59 9.05 1.51 1.24 4.61154.09
1906 3.75 3.11 2.14 2.11 7.94 8.5613.23 4.89 2.84 6.06 0.40 0.21155.24
1907 0.38 2.63 1.44 2.62 7.15 4.54 5.78 4.26 7.39 0.94 1.06 5.44143.63
1908 1.96 2.11 0.40 2.60 0.55 4.14 4.89 7.2014.10 2.54 2.53 1.12144.14
1909 0.86 1.62 2.32 0.87 --------. -. ....... 2.63 0.04 1.60 1.18 ........
1910 0.99 2.38 1.61 1.00 2.64 .... ...... .. ...
1911 ........ ...... ....... ......... ......... 6.11 6.53 .. .... ........ ....... ......
1912 ....- .-......- 4.25 4.14 7.84 10.05 4.43 6.22 4.48 ...... ..... ........ ........
1913 ............. 7.72 2.69 0.91 1.88 4.42 6.65 2.38 2.33 0.33 3.02 ......
1914 6.19 7.19 0.99 2.03 2.84 3.96 9.01 3.29 7.14 3.67 1.37 4.07151.75
1915 4.07 4.06 2.65 0.98 8.14 3.68 9.0711.02 8.39 10.27 0.78 3.13166.24
1916 0.64 0.63 0.00 1.04 5.4211.00 3.69 4.96 3.40 4.18 3.11 5.62143.69
1917 0.82 1.01 2.25 ....... 2.73 6.78 8.82 7.68 4.95 1.90 0.54 1.22 ......
1918 2.41 0.22 2.54 5.53 2.65 6.64 3.88 8.33 3.5510.82 2.10 3.05151.72
1919 1.41 4.04 4.94 1.5110.88 9.0612.85 5.94 5.18 1.51 2.25 3.77163.34
1920 2.47 8.90 0.51 4.00 6.80 10.19 11.75 5.65 8.40 0.07 3.12 3.17165.03
1921 1.49 1.13 2.74 1.08 4.89 6.06 ...... ......... .... .... ... .......
1922 ....... 2.35 3.21 1.96 7.7013.45 5.00 3.52 7.66 8.73 0.35 1.971......
1923 1.26 2.01 3.23 ........18.50 9.43 5.67 4.38 3.69 3.33 0.10 1.47 ........
1924 2.25 3.1510.22 2.31 2.78 8.60 8.29 3.15 4.38 17.12 0.39 0.86163.50
1925 3.88 1.37 2.28 0.85 3.48 8.29 6.30 4.09 5.22 2.77 1.59 7.56147.68
1926 5.06 2.04 5.49 6.09 1.94 ........ ..... ..... ........... 3.32 0.72 ........
Means 2.50 3.15 3.05 2.29 4.77 6.96 6.86 6.50 6.26 4.43 1.59 2.73151.09
The values from 1896 to 1911, inclusive, are for Huntington, 3 miles
northwest of Crescent City.








176 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station









DEFUNIAK SPRINGS, WALTON COUNTY.-Elevation, 193 Feet

Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year I Jan. I Feb. Mar. Apr.( MaylJunel July Aug.lSept. Oct. Nov.( Dec.IAn'l

1896 ..------..--...- ......---... -... ........ 4.05 9.80 2.251 ..
1897 2.1012.25 7.82 4.50 1.25 7.00 3.9612.41 1.94 2.25 2.02 3.15160.65
1898 2.00 5.47 2.03 1.65 0.31 3.67 9.83 22.98 6.70 3.20 7.53 4.52169.89
1899 7.82 6.46 5.89 1.30 0.50 7.73 6.44 11.80 0.14 6.15 2.68 4.00160.91
1900 2.31 12.55 8.57 3.90 4.63 12.04 10.44 0.87 5.24 4.82 2.64 7.21175.22
1901 3.87 4.86 8.71 5.16 8.91 2.35 8.71 13.22 7.38 2.11 0.73 4.18i70.19
1902 0.96 10.57 13.62 0.66 2.46 2.71 4.72 7.35 9.33 4.34 4.98 2.98164.68
1903 4.73 6.41 7.04 0.24 8.41 9.55 7.05 9.96 2.58 2.08 4.56 4.63167.24
1904 5.54 2.95 3.34 2.25 4.29 4.47 3.2110.78 1.44 1.06 3.54 5.03147.90
1905 7.28 10.32 2.90 2.44 10.41 4.04 5.82 6.35 3.09 6.80 2.33 8.79 70.57
1906 5.90 3.34 6.25 0.45 2.95 5.34 7.43 4.30 17.41 1.30 2.73 6.66(64.06
1907 1.79 3.24 2.92 5.21 3.31 5.19 9.55 9.5213.49 1.57 5.94 11.58173.31
1908 5.99 6.11 -..--..... ........ ...... ........ ......---- 5.66 1.88 0.53 1.29 ........
1909 0.80 5.15 3.03 6.01 4.53 5.13 6.95 9.88 3.79 3.18 0.45 7.91156.81
1910 2.52 7.38 0.37 6.30 0.62 7.66 14.35 -..... -- --- .--- ----.----
1911 3.60 0.97 3.85 4.56 4.29 5.66 5.3411.01 5.00 3.53 6.27 8.66162.74
1912 4.26 10.53 3.85 9.21 ........ 3.22 8.94 6.18 9.39 3.20 4.35 2.00 ........
1913 1.44 ........... 0.75 ....... 5.55 8.18 6.63 7.18 3.58 0.71 2.48 ......
1914 3.41 8.19 3.44 1.64 0.30 5.59 3.49 7.33 7.78 4.65 4.15 5.38[55.35
1915 7.52 4.51 4.96 0.11 8.00 5.12 9.65 6.58 7.06 8.06 3.02 4.20168.79
1916 2.31 4.24 3.76 3.24 4.21 3.6021.65 5.57 2.03 2.30 2.60 ........ .....
1917 ........ .... 3.41 0.40 1.76 4.41 13.68 5.84 4.17 1.43 1.17 1.83 ........
1918 2.42 1.20 0.41 8.98 2.56 2.38 4.86 8.57 .... ...............-- ---...........
1919 .... ....... .......... 6.19 12.45 7.95 1.95 4.67 11.33 3.82( ....
1920 7.65 5.43 3.72 9.25 10.00 9.94 5.76 14.39 5.11 2.85 5.39 7.79187.28
1921 3.53 3.58 3.16 7.61 6.10 3.38 7.61 8.64 2.26 1.91 2.90 4.15154.83
1922 3.71 5.1811.50 1.27 8.69 13.52 5.03 3.90 4.92 3.63 1.87 6.92 70.14
1923 4.96 5.57 6.43 8.92 7.36 12.21 ..... 6.15 ....... 2.65 ............
1924 3.85 4.35 6.02 5.75 7.11 10.82 3.93 -..-- 0.80 0.64 6.76 ...
1925 6.63 ........ .. ....... .... .... ...... 1.45 6.67 ............ ..--
1926 8.85 4.60 8.02 3.75 3.00 3.4710.76 9.00 9.08 3.90 2.41 2.95169.79
Means 4.22 5.96 5.13 3.921 4.58 6.01 8.40 8.56 5.60 3.41 3.60 5.04164.43









Bulletin 200, The Climate of Florida 177










DELAND, VOLUSIA COUNTY.-Elevation, 27 Feet
Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year Jan. Feb.]Mar.I Apr.| May|June July[Aug.lSept.| Oct. Nov.1 Dec. An'l

1891 ........ ........ ........ ....... 2.85 9.30 14.33 6.30 8.51 4.41 1.47 4.501 ......
1895.. ........ ........ ................. ........ ....... ....... 1.15 ......
1896 6.10 3.75 1.13 0.07 2.99 6.74 7.7 5.24 3.44 1.40 1.59 1.31141.52
1897 2.04 6.06 0.93 2.09 1.65 4.77 6.36 8.61 12.87 4.77 1.98 1.86153.99
1898 0.71 1.07 1.19 1.70 1.60 3.57 5.23 9.93 2.25 8.35 2.10 2.74140.44
1899 4.99 8.77 1.27 3.68 1.23 7.72 12.97 6.97 5.28 4.32 0.36 0.89158.45
1900 2.49 3.80 5.19 2.62 4.06 11.21 2.87 3.66 5.28 2.96 0.63 2.36147.13
1901 1.31 2.47 4.76 0.95 ..... .... ......... .... . ........ ........ ..... ... .I .......
1908 ...-.............. ............. ..... ... .. ........ 2.15 0.921 ..-.4
1909 1.75 1.97 3.19 2.30 4.61 3.65 18.94 11.34 3.30 0.17 1.07 1.15153.44
1910 0.57 3.65 2.78 0.61 1.71 15.29 6.7611.93 1.95 14.28 1.62 0.63161.78
1911 0.94 0.02 1.67 3.23 3.54 3.45 7.25 7.28 3.78 2.46 4.98 2.76141.36
1912 7.00 1.27 3.50 2.81 8.53 16.49 4.95 6.21 4.44 2.65 2.37 4.28164.50
1913 0.71 3.89 ....... 3.62 1.97 3.12 2.89 6.38 5.12 1.85 0.61 2.24 ........
1914 6.64 3.93 0.80 1.23 3.39 4.47 6.90 6.68 7.45 4.68 1.33 4.21151.71
1915 4.50 3.18 2.72 2.32 9.69 5.45 5.41 6.14 ........ 11.28 1.38 1.10 ......
1916 0.92 0.74 0.85 1.25 5.04 7.19 7.32 8.20 6.54 6.92 7.09 2.62154.68
1917 0.50 1.97 2.14 2.00 2.87 4.21 6.49 .... 9.77 1.80 0.13 1.381 ....
1918 2.36 0.21 3.04 4.71 1.47 5.92 7.71 4.56 5.83 7.45 3.38 5.02151.66
1919 1.40 3.33 4.99 1.50 9.651 5.63 8.37 5.65 4.00 1.27 1.93 3.33151.05
1920 2.68 8.81 1.09 4.94 4.66 7.51 7.86 4.29 7.09 0.25 4.53 1.04154.75
1921 0.98 1.69 1.24 1.29 9.26 3.61 5.56 2.14 1.46 7.98 3.07 1.88140.16
1922 0.90 1.10 1.57 0.25 8.51 5.90 4.04 7.47 10.04 12.04 0.60 3.64156.06
1923 1.16 0.79 2.59 2.81 6.64 11.21 7.91 8.75 7.21 2.88 0.12 1.54153.61
1924 2.29 3.86 8.66 2.09 2.95 11.09 16.08 4.98 6.66 22.40 0.56 2.41184.03
1925 2.88 2.09 1.44 1.45 9.2012.62 6.71 6.44 0.42 5.01 1.40 8.36158.02
1926 4.38 1.02 5.56 4.07 3.42 9.71 13.98 6.78 9.63 1.09 5.46 0.44165.54
Means 2.51 2.89 2.71 2.23 4.65 7.49 8.11 6.78 5.75 5.53 2.08 2.45153.18
The values from December, 1895, to April, 1901, inclusive, are for St.
Francis, 6 miles west of DeLand.








178 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station






EUSTIS, LAKE COUNTY,-Elevation, 66 Feet

Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year Jan.( Feb.lMar.1 Apr.l May June| July Aug.lSept.| Oct. Nov.l Dec.lAn'l
1890
1890 ...... .... ... ....- .-.- . ....... .. ........ 1.94 1.571 --
1891 1.69 1.20 5.76 3.46 2.25 5.55 5.67 4.28 8.22 3.49 1.73 3.14146.44
1892 3.31 0.95 1.25 1.67 2.34 5.67 2.761 9.00 8.07 1.91 0.33 4.26141.52
1893 2.24 4.81 3.26 0.84 2.33 7.47 2.92 3.22 6.11 4.55 3.13 4.03144.91
1894 2.32 0.98 0.88 1.10 1.69 6.19 5.46 4.0813.49 3.76 2.66 1.41144.02
1895 3.38 2.85 1.94 3.41 4.97 3.79 7.26 8.09 6.74 1.05 2.10 1.19146.77
1896 7.27 2.67 1.13 0.26 2.45 7.79 6.79 6.78 2.97 0.84 2.59 1.82 43.36
1897 2.53 7.30 1.34 1.52 1.84 6.33 6.21 7.3612.72 5.43 1.22 1.72155.52
1898 1.08 1.43 0.64 0.47 1.92 5.94 10.16 10.95 7.18 4.54 1.77 2.38148.46
1899 5.15 9.60 1.18 4.19 0.79 7.2213.55 6.02 6.20 3.23 0.35 1.28 58.76
1900 2.75 4.26 6.14 5.86 4.25 8.78 7.98 4.43 3.74 4.84 0.72 2.88 56.63
1901 1.42 2.52 4.77 0.92 5.97 5.35 5.93 13.00 13.75 1.01 0.89 1.94157.47
1902 0.51 4.37 4.56 1.79 3.55 5.31 2.10 2.47 8.18 6.28 1.30 1.96142.38
1903 6.09 5.72 4.29 0.44 6.06 7.60 5.73 4.39 6.96 0.43 1.54 1.30150.55
1904 5.93 2.35 0.36 3.88 1.69 6.20 6.07 5.84 5.79 3.20 2.02 1.2644.59
1905 0.40 1.63 4.37 2.45 3.30 4.49 2.6214.10 5.34 0.91 0.38 5.65 45.64
1906 5.57 0.76 3.39 1.21 5.53 7.24 7.52 6.08 3.01 1.61 0.46 0.34142.72
1907 0.10 1.93 0.09 2.05 4.16 5.47 9.25 6.78 4.20 0.89 0.80 5.12140.84
1908 1.67 2.34 0.02 5.99 2.17 4.39 5.01 5.7311.39 1.88 1.52 0.87142.98
1909 2.29 2.10 3.89 1.76 4.29 8.9620.00 8.08 0.94 0.20 0.73 1.52154.76
1910 0.60 3.07 1.38 0.63 3.17 9.6312.73 7.09 0.5310.14 1.30 0.77151.04
1911 1.73 T. 1.63 0.63 5.02 2.09 5.80 7.76 1.97 4.01 3.59 3.7237.95
1912 7.08 1.40 4.39 2.06 6.51 14.15 5.71 4.26 8.44 3.95 1.99 1.6161.55
1913 1.22 4.57 6.28 5.55 2.06 2.35 3.50 5.66 2.89 1.84 0.47 2.9539.34
1914 7.55 3.48 1.32 1.45 4.17 3.45 5.10 2.59 6.86 4.02 4.35 3.7448.08
1915 3.93 3.82 1.25 1.38 4.99 2.38 9.81 2.99 3.05 10.65 0.87 1.9747.09
1916 0.78 0.66 1.81 1.05 3.84 3.7910.16 5.80 4.95 5.51 7.02 2.1047.47
1917 0.73 0.91 1.53 0.86 1.94 5.06 7.95 6.77 6.17 1.77 0.48 1.1235.35
1918 3.30 0.06 1.48 4.55 1.02 5.55 3.90 6.30 5.0413.28 4.73 2.85152.06
1919 1.98 4.07 4.37 1.41 6.47 8.83 5.53 5.47 5.28 1.02 5.49 3.61153.53
1920 1.55 4.28 0.99 5.33 5.72 7.10 6.89 4.32 5.42 1.41 6.12 1.8650.99
1921 0.89 0.82 0.68 0.91 6.26 7.03 6.941 4.15 3.04 8.09 0.98 3.33143.12
1922 0.87 1.71 1.72 0.70 5.62 7.27 7.91 4.07 7.19 4.49 0.38 1.7343.66
1923 0.92 1.17 1.79 1.73 10.85 4.57 5.09 6.55 4.85 3.00 0.39 1.62142.53
1924 2.77 3.60 6.95 4.90 3.21 7.0414.49 6.56 3.39 4.64 0.36 0.70158.61
1925 3.98 2.36 1.26 0.67 2.72 7.74 8.80 4.9 3.12 2.13 1.75 6.6846.15
1926 4.90 1.79 4.57 3.18 1.04 9.53 8.641 5.9 7.18 1.35 3.05 0.54151.75
Means 2.79 2.71 2.57 2.23 3.781 6.491 7.28 6.16 5.95 3.65 1.93 2.34|47.88







FERNANDINA, NASSAU COUNTY.-Elevation, 15 Feet
Monthly and Annual Precipitation
Year Jan. Feb. Mar.I Apr.I MaylJune July!Aug. Sept.) Oct. ) Nov.l Dec. An'l

1882 ........ ..-.... ... 3.77 0.88 4.07 8.48 2.26 1.88 17.17 ............ ..-
1883 I.:::::: :::. .....- 5.75 4.46 4.961 4.26 6.41 5.14 8.94 ........ ........ .....
1884 ...... ...... ... .... 1.85 3.04 8.311 5.00 7.02 -.. ..- 1.00 ........ .. ........
1885 ........ ....... ...... 1.00 5.21 3.97 7.62 7.47 13.16 5.26 ....... ........ .....
1886 ........ ........ .. .... ... 0.57 3.68 6.72 4.50 ....... 2.20 ........ ......- ....
1891 ... ..... ... ..... .. ........ .. .... ....... 6.38 6.46 9.41 2.20 4.101 ........
1892 3.20 2.60 1.50 0.10 3.90 9.00 3.951 6.75 10.35 2.22 0.21 4.04147.82
1893 1.45 7.70 7.17 1.90 2.47 6.101 5.70 10.50 4.90 3.90 2.00 4.80:58.59
1894 2.80 4.70 2.60 0.10 1.05 2.60 6.55 7.10 15.38 1.00 4.32 0.76148.96
1895 4.50 3.72 3.43 4.73 2.99J 5.28 4.74 1.08 1.77 0.88 3.19 1.58137.89
1896 2.85 1.96 2.92 1.20 0.60 6.97 4.64 5.03 1.13 5.51 4.42 2.99140.22
1897 2.32 7.82 2.98 4.16 0.89 3.00 4.65 6.75 20.88 7.64 1.69 ...... ........
1901 .... ........... ................. ..... ...... ....... 0.83 3.37 .......
1902 0.50 4.03 5.25 1.37 2.32 3.69 5.36 4.54 20.25 10.09 4.58 7.28169.26
1903 6.84 6.49 3.54 1.4416.27 4.61 1.17 3.06 4.13 1.93 4.32 ....... ..
1904 7.50 6.33 2.10 0.84 2.50 4.541 2.13 ...... ....... 8.99 5.66 1.00 .......
1905 2.62 5.44 6.54 2.03 8.09 2.32 5.11 15.89 14.64 10.56 1.07 9.00i83.31
1906 4.54 4.61 1.37 0.96 9.12 6.6114.59 4.45 4.95 4.03 T. 1.42156.65
1907 0.31 0.80 0.62 8.76 3.13 4.43 8.23 3.36 8.99 2.84 2.22 4.59148.28
1908 2.65 2.26 0.62 8.52 2.56 2.0116.79 1.93 15.89 1.28 1.03 0.63156.17
1909 1.56 1.87 3.92 1.44 2.00 5.37 4.85 3.02 6.31 0.20 3.27 2.90136.71
1910 0.91 2.95 2.29 2.96 1.79 9.24 2.17 12.99 6.87 5.26 1.13 0.82149.38
1911 0.98 0.30 4.14 1.38 1.40 0.75 2.181 9.42 0.71 4.97 4.46 4.60135.29
1912 3.10 3.54 3.43 3.47 3.21 5.13 8.221 6.27 10.60 8.49 1.86 3.41160.73
1913 2.16 5.60 5.10 1.43 1.74 ........ 3.17 4.71 3.63 1.90 0.52 2.011 ......
1914 3.17 6.01 2.44 0.16 0.69 4.98 5.31 4.71 6.50 2.65 7.15 5.54149.31
1915 3.45 2.15 3.54 0.54 3.99 5.93 8.48 8.52 5.56 4.23 1.10 2.46]49.95
1916 1.38 0.48 0.68 0.98 3.00 5.91 ........ 6.62 3.10 6.51 1.99 6.291.......
1917 0.34 1.41 2.27 0.84 2.39 4.88 4.45 5.94 4.47 0.68 1.56 1.26130.49
1918 3.45 0.17 3.65 7.19 0.77 4.84 1.70 3.28 6.18 3.79 3.62 3.05141.69
1919 1.15 4.35 4.85 0.97 4.35(12.19 7.79 10.55 4.75 1.75 1.35 3.90157.95
1920 1.85 7.00 1.72 4.20 5.77 5.03 3.60 4.92 7.74 0.40 6.05 3.50151.78
1921 2.10 0.90 1.10 3.60 2.22 1.77 6.44 5.50 2.50 6.25 2.15 2.65137.18
1922 2.30 1.80 1.05 0.75 6.80 6.36 7.60 3.94 2.17 8.01 0.75 2.28i43.81
1923 3.11 1.02 1.55 0.79 5.49 2.87 7.51 1.54 3.07 2.25 0.76 1.50131.46
1924 4.62 2.7210.08 3.23 1.31 4.51 5.40 2.1711.47 7.30 T. 1.79154.60
1925 3.50 1.38 1.06 0.67 3.22 2.91 5.71 7.71 2.67 4.15 2.45 7.87143.30
1926 5.62 1.59 3.51 ....... .... ....... ... .. -- --- -------- I ------ -.. ----. I ----..
Means 2.80 3.35 3.13 2.44 3.43 4.97 5.89, 5.89 7.22 4.82 2.43 3.38149.75
The values from August, 1891, to November, 1897, inclusive, are for Amelia, 2 miles
north of Fernandina.
FORT LAUDERDALE, BROWARD COUNTY.-Elevation, 12 Feet
Monthly and Annual Precipitation
Year Jan. Feb.l Mar.l Apr.) MaylJune July Aug.jSept.j Oct. Nov. iDec. An'l

1913 1.72 1.31 2.29 3.04 9.34 5.07 2.62 5.69 6.53 1.51 3.08 1.04143.24
1914 2.84 3.04 1.4710.51 3.07 2.45 4.54 2.83 9.18 6.96 8.26 5.49160.64
1915 2.80 2.44 1.76 1.45 4.14 9.91 9.18 4.98 8.15 14.55 10.20 3.50173.06
1916 2.62 3.62 0.77 4.45 6.46 4.49 2.64 6.51 6.70 7.90 4.55 0.67151.38
1917 T. 0.14 3.03 1.33 3.61 7.48 4.99 8.2111.13 4.00 0.95 2.62147.49
1918 0.48 1.18 3.79 7.51 7.23 6.18 6.00 1.33 9.53 10.49 0.93 3.35158.00
1919 1.38 1.89 12.21 5.8413.56 6.95 4.19 7.06 6.60 4.81 1.72 0.98167.19
1920 1.60 2.86 0.41 3.88 6.38 4.26 3.83 4.31 8.48 6.02 5.51 1.09148.63
1921 1.34 2.00 9.90 1.38 5.36 1.49 4.55 5.08 2.29 31.34 2.30 0.17167.20
1922 5.35 1.43 0.22 0.9011.63 9.22 9.18 8.53 11.0015.24 7.58 2.29182.56
1923 0.171 0.98 1.68 5.07 5.47 8.28 6.75 8.08 5.17 3.27 1.37 0.57146.86
1924 7.611 2.16 0.94 5.99 5.22 3.16 7.88 3.1010.85 32.10 0.52 1.21180.74
1925 8.491 1.23 5.82 3.4312.96 7.26 4.89 9.701 4.26 3.10 5.65 6.43173.22
1926 9.041 1.26 0.16 3.51 4.40 9.77 13.12114.01 .... 6.98 2.83 0.49 ........
Means 3.24 1.82 3.18 4.16 7.06| 6.14 6.031 6.391 7.68110.59 3.96 2.14162.39






FORT MYERS, LEE COUNTY.-Elevation, 12 Feet
Monthly and Annual Precipitation
Year Jan.l Feb.lMar. Apr.| MaylJune) JulylAug.lSept.| Oct. ]Nov.I Dec. An'l
1851 7.61 3.38 2.09 4.571 2.7118.51 7.35 3.61 8.01 1.66 0.551 1.50161.55
1852 1.54 1.0011.77 5.70 3.25 18.1312.02 7.60 9.54 4.40 0.98 2.34174.27
1853 4.291 1.60 2.52 2.20 1.7925.58 6.3510.38 22.10 1.49 0.79 3.55182.64
1854 1.151 4.70 0.20 2.75 5.65 6.75 9.70 9.90 1.50 0.35 0.45 1.65144.75
1885 3.201 0.551 6.41 0.50 3.00110.201 6.80 11.35 5.35 2.95 2.05 2.30154.66
1856 7.50 7.60 4.25 0.00 2.151 7.65 12.45 2.84 2.00 1.10 0.26 1.23149.03
1857 0.07 0.01 0.84 2.13 0.231 8.03 8.67 9.27 6.10 2.05 0.00 2.80140.20
1858 1.20 5.16 1.80 ....... 4.51 1.10 ........ ........ .... ...... ..... ... ... .... ..
1871 ..... ..... ... ... 15.49 1.80 0.98 2.68 -...--
1872 2.64 2.71 0.69 1.54 2.88 7.16 8.68 4.08 5.14 2.82 0.53 1.87140.74
1873 6.84 0.48 1.59 3.58 9.89 5.21 5.13 9.85 9.13 3.90 2.83 1.57160.00
1874 2.05 2.50 0.08 0.41 1.2711.94 8.06 5.11 4.73 0.09 1.21 0.71138.16
1875 0.84 0.031 0.70 4.59 2.07 3.33 5.3312.49 6.99 2.08 1.00 1.26140.71
1876 0.04 0.51 1.35 0.88 2.73 4.3416.95 5.191 4.07 5.25 2.56 0.47144.34
1877 1.531 2.89 0.84 1.09 4.381 1.26 6.59 8.33 4.86 1.99 4.30 0.93]38.99
1878 4.03 7.41 2.241 4.05 5.06 4.75 9.581 3.95 8.77 0.561 0.34 1.07151.81
1879 0.31 2.11 0.14 0.63 1.42 3.22 6.21112.75 13.78 4.851 0.35 0.52146.29
1880 3.221 1.26 0.03 0.55 5.32 2.45 3.761 8.55| 2.50 8.10 1.811 1.98139.53
1881 4.02 0.52 1.18 0.54 3.131 2.53 3.601 7.28 7.20 1.58 0.80 1.22133.60
1882 0.30 0.20 0.151 3.59 2.51 8.461 5.58] 3.62 4.12 3.90 1.04 1.10134.57
1883 1 1.291 0.01 6.64 2.701 2.62 .........I -..... .... ..... ...... ..... -... --- -....
1886 . ........ 11.40118.58 9.551 8.90 3.55 1.081 4.451 .......
1887 1.10 0.0 7.55 7.10 8.55 10.99 7.11 6.661 7.88 6.00 1.90 3.22168.66
1888 0.10 4.25 1.10 2.00 5.3511.36 5.95 8.34111.82 5.46 4.56 2.60162.89
1889 5.31 1.87 2.38 1.751 1.49 11.81 7.69 11.78110.51 0.58 1.03 0.16 56.36
1890 0.24 0.69 1.17 0.39 8.17 7.23 6.47 8.51 10.19 3.21 2.15 0.54148.96
1891 2.85 0.88 0.50 3.14 1.19 6.26 8.34 9.90 --.... 4.44 2.00 0.50 ...-
1892 I 0.40 0.75 2.30 4.44 5.3212.23 7.57 6.6213.66 4.64 1.451 1.73161.11
1893 [ 2.42 0.74 1.66 3.32 5.63 10.11 5.17 6.63 6.70 1.64 2.03 1.69147.74
1894 0.68 1.55 1.07 1.30 1.4715.55 5.15 8.70 9.89 4.581 0.97 0.24151.15
1895 2.06 5.82 1.41 4.52 3.96 3.68 6.46 9.60 7.79 2.23 0.79 1.76150.08
1896 2.53 2.24 2.17 0.32 9.02 20.90 9.04 2.90 11.12 4.72 1.26 3.43169.65
1897 2.26 3.48 1.09 7.26 2.50 5.8014.82 5.6510.45 2.07 0.73 1.06157.17
1898 0.05 0.02 0.46 0.37 3.53 2.83 8.16 11.62110.73 4.99 1.29 3.12|47.17
1899 5.21 8.77 1.23 1.74 1.15 5.93112.08 6.721 2.311 2.581 0.94 0.58149.24
1900 ) 3.17 3.99 4.12 2.87 4.65 7.12 9.63 9.77 8.29 10.33 1.91 2.78168.63
1901 I 0.50 0.72 2.67 1.89 2.30120.28 5.23 12.41 6.86 0.78 0.52 1.62155.78
1902 0.521 6.79 0.18 1.03 1.23 8.63 4.60 3.97 6.60 7.46 0.961 2.93144.90
1903 4.76 3.37 7.78 T. 0.71 10.45 11.40 5.50 4.15 1.62 2.021 1.61153.37
1904 3.12 2.00 1.90 1.10 3.5714.86 5.601 6.30 3.07 1.78 1.93 0.83146.06
1905 0.50 0.10 0.18 4.83 3.97 5.97 13.90 10.52 9.09 1.51 0.06 6.21156.84
1906 2.02 2.18 2.84 0.21 6.1211.00 9.6912.02 3.39 2.41 0.32 0.02152.22
1907 1.30 0.68 0.08 0.57 6.46 6.76 6.70 7.86 4.97 0.55 0.94 2.12138.99
1908 1.66! 0.94 0.55 1.31 4.25 7.41 6.43 9.14 12.91 3.14 0.33 0.46148.53
1909 1.13 0.52 0.17 4.48 4.3510.12 5.7614.59 5.07 3.88 0.38 1.10151.55
1910 1.64 1.32 0.73 0.62 2.90 8.20 9.27 10.73 6.8913.26 0.89 0.34156.79
1911 0.46 T. 0.68 3.06 8.49 8.77 4.0511.19! 5.87 4.62 1.53 0.37149.09
1912 1.93 2.93 4.35 0.20 8.55 26.91 8.42 4.52 9.06 5.43 1.321 1.03174.65
1913 2.42 5.13 0.94 3.25 3.26 3.76 7.09 14.36! 8.30! 3.47 1.851 2.47156.30
1914 2.34 0.501 1.28 2.241 2.311 6.15 3.65 9.55 4.63 6.66 1.031 3.50143.84
1915 3.86 1.76 2.26 2.97 3.731 6.18 7.391 8.05 5.47, 5.67 2.46 1.08150.88
1916 0.05 0.51 1.01 5.61 2.53 9.36 12.56 8.22 5.34 2.05 3.0 2.18152.43
1917 0.01 1.46 1.54 1.84 1.06 8.77 9.92 9.54 8.97 2.08 0.65 0.35 46.19
1918 3.39 1.53! 1.06 1.36 2.43 6.68 3.93 8.28 6.99 2.63 0.61 1.17 40.06
1919 1.29 2.78 4.64 0.40 5.18 10.89 8.21 3.12 5.04 0.81 3.09 1.17 46.62
1920 0.22 3.14 0.39 4.29 1.14 8.40 15.22 5.84 6.981 3.00 3.47 1.19 53.28
1921 0.49 1.111 0.93 0.40 5.86 5.77 9.70 6.10 5.01110.80 4.60 1.27 52.04
1922 0.86 2.55! 0.72 0.02 8.42115.11 6.07 10.51 17.35 11.08 3.71 0.95!77.35
1923 0.73 0.501 0.25 1.56 5.64110.49 8.25 7.31 6.55 2.72 0.34 0.18144.52
1924 4.25 2.99 2.54 0.61 0.99 6.57 12.53 4.32 6.9619.70 0.14 0.01 61.61
1925 2.621 1.55 1.82 0.81 8.49 5.52! 6.89 8.14 3.24 2.43 2.41 7.04150.96
1926 4.151 0.83 2.14 3.41 2.78 5.31 6.56 14.81 11.79 3.07 1.73 0.15156.73
Means 2.14) 2.141 1.96 2.21 3.92 9.04 8.20 8.24 7.66 3.84 1.45 1.67152.47
The values from September, 1871, to May, 1883, inclusive, are for Punta Rassa, 13S
miles southwest; and from June, 1886, to August, 1891, inclusive, are for Alva, 17 miles
northeast of Fort Myers.









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FORT PIERCE, ST. LUCIE COUNTY.-Elevation, 21 Feet
Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year] Jan.] Feb.]Mar.] Apr.] MaylJune] JulylAug.ISept.( Oct. Nov.1 Dec.]An'l

1852 .... . 3.05 4.80 1.30 6.85 8.00 4.30 7.00 0.60 1.82 2.30 .......
1853 5.00 2.20 5.15 2.45 4.55 29.35 2.50 13.50 17.50 10.00 3.41 0.78]96.39
1854 3.55 3.40 1.05 7.00 5.70 6.63 4.97 2.63 3.30 5.47 1.41 1.68146.79
1855 4.81 2.56 2.80 1.14 5.54 5.41 ....... 9.24 4.48 2.38 .--..... 1.611 ........
1856 8.26 7.62 2.92 0.36 5.98 4.41 9.29] 6.24 2.80 6.72 2.47 0.96158.03
1857 0.55 5.59 3.21 3.26 1.93 7.65 4.82 3.99 6.47 3.29 6.25 7.42 54.43
1858 3.81 2.71 3.97 0.40 2.51 ...... -----------....... ... .......
1901 ........ 1.79 3.81 1.33 6.92 11.64 3.04 9.43 6.84 2.18 0.66 3.91 .....
1902 2.99 3.72 2.95 2.00 0.62 5.92 6.74 5.11 9.4711.37 2.42 2.26155.57
1903 4.7810.19 7.53 0.00 1.77 4.93 4.60 5.8212.93 0.00 8.36 0.60161.51
1904 2.741 1.81 3.27 1.92 3.24 7.39 3.27 2.98 6.42 9.75 5.40 0.08148.27
1905 0.60 T. 2.43 4.95 3.25 2.62 5.51 3.71 5.61 5.72 1.46 3.41139.27
1906 3.07 2.85 2.55 2.07 8.26 12.05 6.04 6.70 2.61 7.34 4.27 0.21158.02
1907 0.40 0.22 0.68 1.19 4.77 ...... 4.47 2.89 .. .. 2.87 5.54 ...
1908 1.10 1.28 0.33 2.92 2.44 5.93 9.1 7.51154410.05 6.45 0.45163.00
1909 4.63 0.171 2.60 3.601 5.93 5.77; 9.49 6.25 7.39 2.25 2.93 2.20|53.21
1910 0.57 1.181 1.28 0.28 4.15 4.60 6.28 12.601 3.02 12.79 1.08 0.20148.03
1911 -.--- -.-- --- 2.75 7.05 3.55 2.75 3.40 1.80 8.00 2.00 5.40! .....
1912 2.80 1.40 1.80 3.40 6.3010.20 0.75 5.42 3.95 6.10 1.60 1.90145.62
1913 2.50 3.401 4.90 3.00 3.58 2.62 1.09 4.69 6.22 2.47 0.36 1.50136.33
1914 2.86 2.95 0.62 4.53 3.29 3.05 7.17 4.2811.13 5.93 4.18 3.44]53.43
1915 9.36 2.24 2.74 1.36 2.25 5.41 8.81 7.91 7.4410.88 3.35 1.89163.64
1916 1.78 2.05 0.60 1.84 4.04 5.75 3.53 2.98 8.06 10.34 2.94 1.19145.10
1917 0.90 3.23 0.19 0.44 1.18 4.66 4.79 3.18 6.65 3.37 0.49 2.65131.73
1918 3.51 0.69 4.38 6.74 1.35 6.30 8.21 2.7414.22 6.02 0.89 1.31156.36
1919 2.16 4.30 5.64 2.15 2.94 4.18 9.43 5.33 2.82 0.60 7.32 2.14149.01
1920 7.38 1.97 2.13 4.22 4.50 2.83 5.91 5.32 9.67 4.09 3.50 0.78152.30
1921 0.43 1.99 1.56 1.36 6.26 1.96 6.90 1.631 0.7511.31 0.98 1.02136.15
1922 2.19 3.19 0.60 0.65 2.54 2.94 4.34 5.88 8.44 10.46 2.10 0.67144.00
1923 1.28 0.30 0.79 4.84 7.72 8.40 5.39 1.09 8.50 2.93 0.46 1.12142.82
1924 5.16 1.47 3.63 2.22 4.42 0.69 7.38 1.41 7.19 9.31 0.38 1.28154.54
1925 4.99 2.15 3.31 1.75 7.16 5.21 6.44 5.49 1.91 1.7910.65 6.77]57.62
1926 7.48 1.84 2.40 4.75 0.72 9.5212.74 7.7411.07 1.88 0.71 1.03161.88
Means 3.391 2.60 2.65 2.60] 4.07 6.40, 5.93 5.36 7.13 5.98 3.01 2.12151.24
The values from 1852 to 1858 are for Fort Capon, now Fort Pierce.








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GAINESVILLE, ALACHUA COUNTY.-Elevation, 176 Feet

Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year Jan. I Feb. Mar.l Apr.| Mayl June July Aug.|Sept._ Oct. Nov.I Dec. An'l

1856 ------ ..- --- 1 ....... 6.39 6.09 3.56 2.9 1.28 3.24 2.371 .-
1857 2.33 0.10 2.19 2.43 2.9511.13 7.52 4.30 0.75 0.52 1.22 1.80137.24
1858 4.07 4.67 3.83 0.72 2.77 4.13 9.70 8.43 11.69 3.64 3.28 1.50158.43
1859 1.72 2.40 7.45 1.98 1.81 2.89 8.7111.59 1.63 1.45 1.83 2.24145.70
1860 ------- 1.72 1.68 3.82 4.26 5.74 6.46 2.74 1.98 1.60 2.15 ......
1861 7.67 2.85........ ---------- --- --------- --- ------------
1891 ....... .. .-------- ----------3.09 8.89 4.23 9.27 3.91 0.44 0.62 ------... ---........
1892 ........ ........ . 1.45 2.46 ....... 2.36 ....... 8.16 3.53 0.33 ...............
1893 ........ ........ ........ 3.1511.00 3.90 9.48 7.05 2.97 7.15 ....... .......
1894 ....... ........ ................ 2.29 5.11 10.70 7.23 19.91 1.18 5.24 ........ ....
1895 ...... ...................... 4.26 2.95 10.28 8.34 4.34 0.64 ..---- -.... ...
1896 ...................... 3.16 11.14 4.96 6.35 6.17 ........ ..-- ...
1897 ........ ........ 0.96 4.89 2.18 4.41 7.18 5.99 7.29 4.31 1.08 4.35 .-
1898 1.07 3.49 0.83 2.85 2.06 3.28 12.71 8.21 3.47 6.27 2.93 3.31150.48
1899 3.81 4.15 ..... 0.14 1.75 2.43 6.89 7.69 3.98 1.76 0.57 1.15 ........
1900 3.98 1.85 7.85 7.83 4.05 10.12 4.15 2.33 2.66 2.39 0.69 4.34 52.24
1901 2.69 9.20 6.97 1.60 2.03 8.66 7.76 9.54 4.08 3.30 0.27 2.97159.07
1902 0.27 3.43 4.15 1.70 1.14 8.21 4.85 2.7710.42 3.30 4.27 7.31151.82
1903 5.15 5.29 6.68 0.37 5.05 5.71 5.72 8.63 4.12 0.70 0.25 1.49 49.16
1904 11.79 2.83 1.35 1.83 0.88 6.08 7.33 4.29 4.95 2.77 2.63 2.32 49.05
1905 0.94 3.29 2.64 1.54 4.27 8.82 8.3014.90 5.99 2.95 0.46 5.6359.73
1906 3.00 1.73 1.57 0.56 6.6710.55 10.28 4.49 2.29 1.83 0.11 0.35 43.43
1907 0.81 0.87 0.32 3.08 3.91 4.35 6.78 5.5510.39 2.57 2.38 4.54145.55
1908 3.28 2.95 0.16 1.66 1.78 8.95 6.28 5.31 9.62 2.38 0.65 0.10 43.12
1909 3.15 1.71 1.88 1.02 1.83 4.28 16.41 4.84 1.48 1.00 0.30 3.77 41.67
1910 1.44 2.04 2.67 1.49 1.4611.89 6.89 9.32 1.27 6.70 2.79 0.76148.72
1911 1.84 0.13 1.09 1.23 4.45 2.91 3.45 8.16 5.87 1.50 4.53 3.68[38.84
1912 5.38 2.47 5.99 1.42 3.25 11.63 5.98 7.71 8.72 4.14 1.33 3.02 61.04
1913 2.94 4.83 5.79 0.63 2.67 4.07 9.39 7.93 6.50 2.53 0.29 6.7054.27
1914 5.29 3.60 3.40 1.28 0.16 4.82 7.02 3.08 7.23 3.03 1.54 5.18145.63
1915 3.00 2.98 4.39 0.88 2.43 5.02 3.81 5.32 5.34 7.21 2.59 4.88|47.85
1916 0.61 0.22 0.82 1.20 5.15 6.15 8.00 7.12 3.69 2.04 3.95 7.25146.20
1917 0.98 2.53 1.40 2.34 0.88 2.70 6.73 5.74 6.60 0.55 0.72 1.62132.79
1918 2.90 0.25 1.98 5.11 2.72 4.61 4.3610.21 5.46 3.81 3.39 3.4648.26
1919 2.06 4.50 5.37 1.36 4.67 7.83 6.49 8.12 6.90 3.32 1.46 2.2354.31
1920 3.19 6.61 1.01 8.24 5.52 5.99 7.00 5.73 11.36 0.34 4.86 3.86163.71
1921 3.39 0.82 0.14 1.32 3.03 5.7015.03 2.82 2.46 6.03 4.97 1.4447.15
1922 3.03 3.45 3.23 2.16 7.59 3.93 5.09 6.25 4.26 7.86 0.17 4.2951.33
1923 1.05 2.06 1.95 0.89 8.01 12.51 2.30 7.04 1.81 1.94 0.23 1.93 41.72
1924 5.53 3.56 9.97 5.15 0.84 5.6614.45 3.20 6.50 5.53 0.39 1.18 61.96
1925 5.43 2.30 1.41 0.88 2.46 4.84 8.11 6.06 2.00 3.21 0.97 8.0245.69
1926 5.59 1.42 4.93 4.51 1.60 8.85 7.03 7.00 5.69 0.88 4.39 1.60153.49
2 7 3 1 2.2 .11 6. 5.5
Means 3.31 2.871 3.21 2.211 3.111 6.57 7.32 6.76 5.65 2.84| 2.041 3.22149.11








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GLEN ST. MARY, BAKER COUNTY.-Elevation, 138 Feet
Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year Jan. Feb.(Mar.( Apr.l MaylJunel JulylAug.lSept.| Oct. Nov.f Dec. An'l

1896 2.10 2.86 3.68 6.07 3.2210.12 6.25 762 0.70 3.35 3.69 2.50146.46
1897 1.28 11.06 2.47 4.51 1.20 7.53 6.49 12.11 9.35 5.26 1.47 3.25165.98
1898 0.46 3.12 1.49 1.74 1.86 5.57 15.79 7.43 3.65 3.51 1.87 5.23151.72
1899 4.59 3.89 1.71 4.23 4.03 4.91 7.00 5.18 2.94 2.49 0.00 1.05142.02
1900 2.66 5.2812.37 8.15 0.68 5.32 11.99 1.75 2.22 3.07 2.09 4.23159.81
1901 ....... 6.67 7.87 1.70 5.33 8.61 ........0.96 7.88 1.75 0.66 3.72 ...-
1902 0.41 3.93 7.98 1.35 1.50 5.23 4.50 4.79 6.92 3.69 3.36 5.30148.96
1903 6.31 5.59 4.43 1.45 10.95 5.57 9.27 7.07 4.31 1.70 1.05 1.39159.09
1904 6.35 2.51 0.97 1.08 1.34 2.86 9.09 5.60 6.16 3.91 3.00 1.36144.23
1905 2.07 5.35 ...-.. 3.09 5.24 4.36 3.2412.48 6.54 1.27 0.85 6.281 ......
1906 4.42 3.32 2.36 0.13 13.38 4.51 9.59 5.77 3.60 1.37 0.00 1.18149.63
1907 0.36 1.13 0.73 6.70 7.47 3.26 4.12 5.18 8.38 1.97 1.35 4.17144.82
1908 3.03 2.65 0.61 1.85 3.53 5.35 7.37 1.11 7.44 2.69 0.31 1.91137.85
1909 0.34 1.99 6.44 1.72 3.21 7.29 ........ 6.96 1.63 0.00 0.88 3.021 ......
1910 0.91 3.19 1.63 1.58 1.72 7.71 9.95 9.75 0.63 5.71 ....... 0.34 ........
1911 0.92 0.15 1.40 0.55 7.29 ...... 6.82,17.73 4.55 4.09 3.59 4.351 .....
1912 2.03 3.80 1.78110.41 2.28 7.64 6.15 3.00 6.6 5.66 0.58 2.36152.36
1913 2.15 6.37 6.59 1.67 2.54 4.10 4.00 6.15 3.62 0.61 2.00 5.89145.69
1914 5.97 -....... 2.07 2.23 1.04 5.38 5.301 4.22 11.82 2.10 1.64 5.85| ....-
1915 .. .... .... 0.36 4.95 2.39 3.191 9.66 3.05 6.52 1.80 3.061 ......
1916 1.14 1.14 1.16 1.181 4.461 5.131 6.65 3.48 1.50 5.58 2.44 8.24142.10
1917 0.09 2.12 2.51 1.17 3.08 7.36 3.60 -...... 4.45 0.20 0.60 ....... .....-
1918 4.89 0.41 2.61 8.43 1.65 ....... 6.10 8.55 5.26 4.29 ...... ..........
1919 2.12 5.24 4.90 1.85 ........ 11.27 ................ ... ..... .... ..- -........
1920 1.14 6.80 0.85 5.25 4.65 6.34 7.80 5.95 10.20 0.25 3.75 3.60156.58
1921 3.93 1.45 0.62 2.11 4.65 1.66 8.30 5.60 0.25 5.20 1.18 1.15136.10
1922 2.93 5.18 2.90 0.35 7.90 4.39 3.4510.29 ........ 10.77 0.00 2.87 .....
1923 2.05 2.50 1.10 1.53 ........ ....... 9.54 4.73 3.46 1.74 0.41 1.38 .....
1924 5.16 4.02 12.21 2.46 1.5 5.47 10.21 4.19 7.16 4.79 1.24 2.06$60.49
1925 4.26 1.2 1.23 0.70 4.41......4.63 7.411 0.94 3.80 1.10 6.62 .-..
1926 5.01 1.84 2.65 3.09 ........ ...... 1.77 5.35 ......I -...
I I . ........
TMeans! 2.73 3.61 3.421 2.68| 4.11 5.74 7.05 6.9 4.83 3.30 1.65 3.42149.49
The values from 1896 to 1919 are for Macclenny, 1 mile east of Glen
St. Mary.








184 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station





GARNIERS, OKALOOSA COUNTY.-Elevation, 22 Feet
Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year Jan. Feb. Mar.| Apr.| MaylJune July Aug.ISept.l Oct.( Nov.1 Dec.lAn'l

1913 1.37 5.0710.37 1.57 2.98 7.58 5.0413.04 15.14 6.95 1.57 3.11173.79
1914 1.34........ 3.36 2.07 0.00 0.88 4.66 10.80 13.41 1.75 4.54 2.501 .......
1915 7.92 4.43 3.80 T. 11.29 2.26 3.86 4.04 7.01 5.80 1.95 4.32156.68
1916 2.01 3.38 2.90 3.46 2.44 4.74 21.65 9.29 4.39 3.00 3.49 10.57171.32
1917 8.75 3.52 2.70 1.42 1.26 4.62 2.71 4.49 5.04 0.38 0.96 2.60138.45
1918 4.98 2.47 0.50 19.55 2.14 4.57 8.03 5.84 2.76 7.85 5.23 6.44170.36
1919 6.45 8.65 3.28 5.20 6.86 0.95 15.59 7.06 0.72 3.00 6.95 3.58168.29
1920 7.25 5.43 3.39 9.38 6.17 4.14 4.91112.39 6.20 3.53 4.30 5.60172.69
1921 2.15 2.29 4.37 6.70 3.71 0.15 8.18 3.39 4.15 2.98 2.63 6.87147.57
1922 4.08 ....... 6.83 1.34 9.54 2.91 8.92 7.27 1.68 4.91 2.57 5.48 ........
1923 2.07 6.34 3.63 3.23 5.87 7.78 4.95 13.48 2.22 9.72 1.68 2.19163.16
1924 4.67 3.84 3.26 5.13 3.39 6.49 9.39 6.38 4.80 0.36 0.82 ....... ........
1925 4.28 3.11 2.04 1.15 0.97 1.50 4.60 4.03 0.58 5.90 7.81 4.83140.80
1926 8.03 2.72 6.20 5.73 1.86 1.66 7.22 8.88 4.72 12.19 6.15 1.41166.77
Means 4.67 4.27 4.04 4.71 4.18 3.59 7.84 7.88 5.20 4.88 3.62 4.58159.46



HOMESTEAD, DADE COUNTY.-Elevation, 13 Feet
Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year Jan.! Feb. Mar.l Apr.! MaylJune! July[Aug.|Sept.! Oct. Nov.l Dec.lAn'l

1910 ......... -.....-........ ..- ...... ---...... 4.74 8.57 10.35 15.12 0.75 0.35 ......
1911 0.31 0.00 0.55 3.46 8.50 5.98110.36 6.60 8.66 5.0210.49 1.89161.82
1912 3.99 3.21 3.05 5.03 8.36 8.04 5.42 5.85 ........ ........ 11.42 0.82 ......
1913 1.99 2.13 4.52 4.37 7.33 8.61 3.60 6.72 7.65 2.18 9.28 0.60158.98
1914 1.57 1.66 1.09 8.22 6.65 5.3713.51 4.9811.86 --- -..--- -- ........
1915 ........ ........ ........ 1.58 6.0115.06 9.11 4.75 10.43 5.71 2.40 0.77 .-.
1916 0.82 1.93 0.33 3.99 5.55 13.54 10.60 5.19 5.14114.34 3.30 0.38165.11
1917 0.63 0.36 3.98 3.14 3.16 7.75 7.77 7.99 15.84 6.62 0.26 0.40157.90
1918 1.60 0.40 2.78 5.61 3.81 9.98 6.43 5.65 8.28 7.77 0.88 1.77154.96
1919 1.39 3.06 3.02 2.67 7.05 12.15 5.13 12.36 5.28 2.62 1.82 0.76157.31
1920 1.11 2.15 0.80 4.57 14.90 2.97 11.63 2.99 14.52 5.64 4.44 1.95167.67
1921 0.00 2.90 4.95 0.52 4.34 2.20 5.37 5.90 2.07 17.17 0.00 0.70146.12
1922 0.25 0.66 0.00 3.6010.15 9.99 7.50 ........-- 23.89 3.67 ........ ........
1923 0.08 0.95 0.61 5.32115.83 9.55 7.69 8.95 9.08 4.91 0.27 0.2063.44
1924 3.70 3.01 0.00 6.16 4.60 2.67 8.34 9.33 6.61 5.79 ..--------
1925 ......- ........ -------. ...... ..... . . 2.94 0.43 ......-.. ........- ...
1926 .. 0.14 0.05 ........ ........ ........ .... ..-.... -----.... 1 -0.14 ....1-
Means 1.34 1.61 1.84 4.16 7.591 8.13 7.81 6.84 8.48 8.37 3.77 0.83160.77








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HYPOLUXO, PALM BEACH COUNTY.-Elevation, 12 Feet
Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year I Jan. Feb. Mar.1 Apr.l May Junel July Aug. Sept.| Oct. Nov.l Dec. An'l

1890 ........ 6.37 1.49 1.6616.19 3.66 4.70 9.96 14.93 2.75 6.12 1.34 .....
1891 1.73 2.51 1.70 4.10 3.62 4.57 8.87 6.88 8.72 8.84 2.01 1.07154.62
1892 0.29 4.20 2.79 0.31 0.67 23.25 0.51 4.17 17.3410.81 0.10 4.06168.50
1893 5.41 ........ 3.94 5.28 6.12 9.00 5.04 2.31 3.04 ..... .. -.. ......
1894 ....7.................. .... ........ 5.34 1.02 17.75 4.14 1.98 0.731 ......
1895 1.70 2.84 1.868 5.58 8.54 3.99 3.83 2.011 9.13124.39 3.86 5.61173.34
1896 I 2.391 2.661 3.13 ........ ........ .- ........ ..- ... .... ....... .....
1900 ) 4.29 7.83 2.79 1.18 7.05 3.47 2.17 1.03 9.67 14.20 2.79 1.73158.20
1901 9.61.25 3.62 2.43 7.1121.28 4.9010.07 10.66 7.00 0.79 3.94182.67
1902 2.10 5.54 1.62 1.81 3.98 7.88 1.72 4.96 7.98 18.99 3.58 1.00161.16
1903 5.70 4.70 6.69 0.83 1.66 9.51 5.94 3.94 .... 2.78 2.76 0.981 ........
1904 1.76 3.66 0.71 1.30 3.5811.05 4.30 6.12 6.97 7.43 5.72 0.30|52.90
1905 2.29 1.75 2.80 4.06 2.51 2.72 10.46 6.16 8.02 5.45 2.47 7.00155.69
1906 3.98 4.67 3.70 4.19 8.4212.30 7.31 7.47 5.44 9.76 4.40 0.16171.80
1907 1.39 2.60 0.00 0.50 3.5810.80 5.52 4.06 3.80 5.18 0.35 1.31139.09
1908 6.26 0.79 0.59 2.19 2.86 7.06 8.09 5.33 5.17 19.67 10.38 1.68170.07
1909 4.38 1.22 2.36 9.11 5.23 3.79 9.31 7.0118.16 10.63 0.32 1.22172.74
1910 1.43 5.03 3.62 1.91 5.271 7.081 5.30 3.61 3.26 27.81 0.88 0.86166.06
1911 0.83 0.00 0.72 2.8110.30 2.77( 3.32 5.12 5.77 7.62 3.97 1.34144.57
1912 5.14 3.03 1.51 2.2214.4025.19 3.26 1.19 4.36 5.70 2.13 8.43176.56
1913 3.23 3.60 3.68 1.42 4.67 3.91 3.50 7.39, 5.36 4.19 1.64 1.11143.70
1914 3.55 3.28 1.63 2.69 4.08 1.10 6.95 1.54 6.85 8.43 9.23 5.37154.70
1915 3.32 3.37 2.83 1.78 5.0810.88 7.46 6.86 6.81 8.60 6.35 1.71165.05
1916 3.07 1.72 0.64 1.15 6.54 8.29 2.22 4.08 6.81 10.51 5.30 0.48150.81
1917 0.13 3.05 2.85 2.82 2.39 5.55 5.081 4.7615.69 8.03 0.89 1.82153.06
1918 1.01 0.27 6.43 9.30 1.23 4.63' 6.041 4.36 8.57' 9.411 1.24, 1.57154.06
1919 2.05 5.12 6.24 3.56 3.88 6.12 7.16 3.80 3.48 6.93 7.46 0.94156.74
1920 2.82 5.12 3.69 5.09 4.39 4.9110.27 4.66 8.55 8.86 3.77 1.19|63.32
1921 0.43 5.92 7.07 0.10 2.69 2.241 2.44 1.13 2.8617.44 4.07 1.4547.84
1922 1 1.63 1.52 0.00 2.4710.51 7.69! 6.01 10.03 9.22 12.98 5.59 0.66168.31
1923 0.711 2.48 3.09 1.52 4.20 11.03 7.95 5.27 9.36 3.67 1.38 4.84155.50
1924 ...- 2.38 1.55 6.45 6.19 4.03 5.94 2.22 7.9722.31 0.69 1.561 .......
1925 9.47 1.11 4.93 5.10 10.95 7.67 4.9412.17 3.08 2.59 8.13 1.50171.64
1926 6.95 0.76 1.12 9.79 2.60' 8.14 8.36 5.7410.37 4.48 4.71 0.99164.01
Means 3.20 3.14 2.77 3.27 5.64 7.991 5.58 5.04 8.29 10.05 3.60 2.12160.69












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INVERNESS, CITRUS COUNTY.-Elevation, 43 Feet
Monthly and Annual Precipitation

Year Jan. I Feb.| Mar.| Apr.! May June July Aug.(Sept.l Oct. ( Nov.( Dec.lAn'l

1899 ....... 6.65 0.82 3.66 1.47 7.97 10.08 7.22 2.95 2.46 0.33 1.841 ......
1900 2.94 4.59 6.33 6.43 4.54 5.86 6.39 4.17 3.68 3.19 0.62 3.61152.35
1901 1.67 4.72 6.45 1.74 3.29 10.63 8.75 14.32 4.12 2.31 1.26 3.99 63.25
1902 0.46 5.25 4.95 1.34 5.58 1.93 3.09 4.11 13.82 3.45 2.68 1.36 48.02
1903 5.73 5.08 5.72 0.10 3.60 3.86 12.67 10.27 4.43 0.85 0.94 1.55154.80
,1804 5.74 1.43 0.34 1.35 0.89 8.91 8.95 7.18 3.78 3.28 2.21 1.18[46.24
1905 0.75 3.01 3.08 2.21 5.39 7.6519.67.10.56 9.48 0.36 0.57 5.39168.12
1906 3.74 0.81 3.56 3.79 4.50 6.88 14.87 5.95 3.22 0.83 0.60 0.11148.86
1907 0.45 2.48 0.03 1.50 4.66 4.77 8.28 5.06 9.40 0.59 1.06 4.07142.35
1908 2.95 1.64 0.47 1.37 1.42 8.01 5.10 7.7311.03 1.22 4.14 1.20 46.28
'1909 1.45 1.80 1.13 1.56 5.42 4.3622.57 9.05 0.96 1.63 0.22 2.83 52.98
1910 1.18 3.79 0.70 0.24 3.81 9.3913.86 9.75 1.06 3.32 1.98 0.89149.97
1911 2.00 0.00 2.25 1.71 8.51 3.11 10.00 4.64 3.15 4.05 4.24 4.57148.23
1912 5.84 2.01 2.87 1.62 6.80 7.16 4.72 8.42 11.12 3.73 3.92 2.87 61.08
1913 0.74 4.56 5.53 2.81 2.91 2.24 5.79 6.77 6.28 3.66 0.15 4.7946.23
1914 5.84 4.77 0.77 1.34 2.55 4.17 5.73 4.46 6.75 ........ ...- ........ ......
1915 .......... .......... 2.41 5.71 6.82 8.71 6.77 3.12 9.34 2.66 4.29 ......
1916 0.42 0.65 0.57 1.41 2.96 6.44 3.79 8.03 2.29 3.09 6.33 4.4140.39
1917 0.36 1.05 0.54 1.38 3.43 8.21 8.31 ....... .......0.43 2.78 .....
1918 2.95 0.00 3.69 5.70 1.64 9.08 8.01 3.85 6.37 2.74 4.99 3.25152.27
1919 2.05 3.39 4.50 0.87 5.13 8.83 8.81 4.56 5.74 0.88 3.97 2.56151.29
1920 1.97 3.06 0.40 5.12 3.73 8.89 5.17 5.40 9.18 0.25 4.29 3.50150.96
1921 1.77 1.71 1.24 1.50 5.51 3.15 9.86 6.15 4.97 8.20 1.62 4.08(49.76
1922 1.56 1.35 2.47 1.55 8.70 7.03 6.95 8.75 7.00 6.07 0.21 2.48154.12
1923 1.20 1.24 ........ .......11.30 8.59 6.14 7.01 5.43 4.17 0.24 1.57 ....
1924 3.34 4.2611.06 1.28 2.97 8.6314.92 6.46 4.56 4.93 0.70 0.93(64.04
1925 3.75 1.16 1.49 0.49 3.05 4.86 6.83 6.56 2.78 ........... .. ......
1926 .. ....... .............. ........ ... .... ............... 7.98 0.83 2.86 0.80 .......
Means 2.43 2.71 2.84 2.10 4.42 6.57 9.191 7.05 5.73 3.02 2.05 2.73150.84









Bulletin 200, The Climate of Florida 187

JACKSONVILLE, DUVAL COUNTY
Monthly and Annual Precipitation
Year Jan.) Feb. Mar.1 Apr.1 MayiJunel JulylAug. Sept.) Oct.) Nov.I Dec. An'l
1871 ....... .... ... ...-.... -. ..... ...... ... : 3. 2 3.53 2.651 ....
1872 .44 2.70 7.32 2.43 1.25 6.67 2.92 6.4110.79 6.37 1.76 4.81156.87
1873: 3.96 0.59 5.29 0.56 5.52 8.41 7.75 6.21 10.47 5.65 2.88 3.38160.67
1874 0.82 7.33 2.13 1.60 5.38 5.92 7.48 6.89 7.07 0.10 2.94 0.65148.31
1875 .4.48 8.93 1.80 2.98 9.08 5.41 0.14110.19 4.50 4.49 2.18 3.42 5760
1876 0.61 3.05 5.41 7.89 1.87 4.17 2.82 8.07 3.73 8.92 2.60 6.12 55.26
1877 2.65 1.09 2.53 3.01 2.4710.47 4.8S 4.82 5.15 6.75 4.49 3.32151.57
1878 3.14 5.32 2.37 5.38 1.52 5.03 4.63 2.8521.12 3.81 1.39 3.8616Uff2
1879 0.63 3.51 1.35 2.97 4.25 1.25 5.44 8.39 8.24 9.45 1.24 0.46147.18
1880 3.17 6.17 1.69 1.50 6.24 3.00 5.94 8.96 5.21116.25 6.09 1.29)65.51
1881 9.12 1.12 2.89 4.57 2.61 2.82 7.6110.23 4.58 2.87 3.41 2.86)54.69
1882 2.58 1.09 0.89 5.23 2.20 5.14 5.75 5.65 4.39 10.A0 5.70 4.34153.26
1883 4.77 0.48 3.84 4.48 3.16 7.05 6.88 7.63 7.28 7.26 0.09 0.42 53.34
1884 4.78 2.45 2.63 2.32 5.45 6.89 6.02 5.21 5.68 4.12 5.43 4.04155.02
1885 7.18 5.23 5.66 1.24 '7.74 8.98 7.16 7.56 19.63 3.36 0.50 7.76182.00
1886 2.81 1.87 6.74 3.08 2.81 4.7814.97 6.25 4.91 2.47 0.97 3.20154.86
1887 4.34 0.34 3.51 4.15 7.15 9.68 8.90 5.76 9.40 1.57 0.10 3.70158.60
1888 0.49 4.38 1.57 0.93 5.46 2.92 8.30 4.8911.15 6.00 4.16 2.88153.13
1889 5.89 3.85 1.38 3.95 0.51 6.89 8.24 5.25 8.49 1.26 0.51 T. )46.22
1890 0.63 0.51 2.89 0.95 9.0 1.80 9.70 4.26 4.88 9.072.26 1.37147.52
1891 1.19 0.32 4.02 1.72 2.78 -3.31 4.08 3.67 6.3 4.43 1.53 3.46 41.34
1892 3.99 0.77 0.76 0.11 1.34 6.38 3.161 4.8414.04 3.34 0.64 2.5241.89
1893 0.98 6.87 8.90 2.67 4.18 4.66 4.54 10.02 6.09 4.48 1.76 3.08958.3
1894 2.29 3.44 3.12 0.83 1.49 4.93 7.10 9.24 16.63 3.24 3.72 0.81156.84
1895 4.63 3.61 3.63 4.40 2.26 4.9811.21 2.54 4.66 0.58 3.12 1.18!46.80
1896 2.53 1.66 2.51 0.49 1.24 9.41 4.25 6.16 2.19 3.03 4.55 2.17140.19
1897 1.89 7.10 1.60 5.18 1.35 5.01 3.67 6.2716.23 6.00 1.56 4.83160.69
1898 0.43 2.10 2.04 2.45 1.81 2.13 12.03 5.44 3.46 6.74 2.34 4.74145.71
1899 '3.98 3.38 1.35 3.21 1.86 4.52 6.12i 3.90 5.10 2.73 0.07 2.35138.57
1900 1.71 3.17 7.95 7.34 2.90 8.45 3.83 2.07 4.33 7.14 1.06 3.90153.85
1901 2.64 6.76 6.57 1.08 5.31 9.64 4.26 6.12 7.38 1.37 0.36 2.73154.22
1902 0.08 3.64 4.20 2.02 1.82 3.65 6.69 4.74 12.78 5.90 4.18 5.82)55.52
1903 4.44 5.23 2.55 1.5414.80 3.22 2.54 6.60 2.80 2.83 3.82 1.66152.03
1904 6.77 2.70 1.35 0.81 2.90 4.92 5.25 2.74 6.0911.70 2.26 1.68149.17
1905 1.801 4.65 6.47 2.02 6.68 2.72 5.14 10.97 6.18 2.89 0.60 5.65)55.77
1906 3.46 3.06 1.03 0.3014.31 4.58 8.96 5.38 2.29 2.39 0.01 1.09146.86
1907 0.14 0.55 0.76 5.27 5.40 2.71 5.55 6.5310.44 1.37 1.96 4.39145.07
1908 2.24) 2.98 1.16 2.93 3.07 4.35 9.68 2.9021.79 2.97 0.47 0.90)55.44
1909 1.17 1.51 4.24 1.80 2.26 8.93 8.43 5.18 4.98 0.08 0.99 2.30141.87
1910 1.06 2.43 1.89 0.60 2.18 6.72 6.13 5.82 3.12 8.02 1.64 1.07)40.68
1911 0.89 0.13 2.16 0.36 3.33 2.96 2.35 10.16 0.90 5.26 2.68 4.20/35.38
1912 4.76 2.65 3.27 4.96 3.53 9.62 6.741 5.32 7.69 3.17 0.82 2.91)55.44
1913 1.53 4.87 5.87 1.32 1.06 4.55 6.28 3.32 3.74 1.35 0.32 4.49|38.70
1914 3.31 4.55 1.84 0.30 2.00 1.32 5.13 8.47 6.39 2.34 3.87 5.20144.72
1915 4.10 2.44 2.47 0.49 3.67 1.55 9.36 4.08 8.41 5.45 1.07 3.46146.55
1916 0.90 0.19 0.59 0.46 3.32 6.45 3.93 6.76 5.25 4.17 2.76 7.47)42.85
1917 0.41 1.46 1.81 0.82 1.83 3.0310.36 6.65 3.47 0.38 0.23 2.11(32.56
1918 2.78 0.21 2.31 5.96 2.50 3.32 3.35 3.12 6.17 3.97 3.26 2.60(39.55
1919 1.73 3.77 3.24 1.26 7.32 13.79 6.32 6.96 5.63 1.81 1.06 4.61)57.50
1920 1.21 9.16 0.82 3.42 7.41 8.27 5.47 7.46 7.14 0.11 5.38 3.35159.20
1921 2.04 0.62 0.57 1.23 4.02 2.71 9.76 7.70 1.73 6.37 2.27 1.60)40.62
1922 3.21 5.56 3.69 1.39 7.18 5.88 3.91 7.71 6.70 8.84 0.58 2.54157.49
1923 1.37 1.93 1.15 0.98 8.73 4.94 5.14 4.67 4.89 4.75 0.06 1.38|39.J9
1924 5.09 2.65 7.18 3.00 0.49 4.21 12.17 3.55 8.88 8.08 0.38 1.15156.83
1925 4.52 0.90 1.14 1.54 4.75 5.65 5.22 5.63 2.41 3.13 1.51 6.9843.38
1926 4.89 1.66 2.20 3.89 1.66 9.3310.81 3.18 9.55 2.22 3.37 1.5854.34
means 2.83 3.07 3.06 2.50 4.12 5.46 6.44 6.02 7.40 4.59 _2.121 3.08150.68








188 Florida Agricultural Experiment Station

KEY WEST, MONROE COUNTY
Monthly and Annual Precipitation
Year Jan.1 Feb.|Mar.I Apr. MaylJuneI July(Aug. Sept.| Oct. Nov.l Dec. An'1
1871 0.39 0.39 0.08 0.02 7.22 2.62 5.76 3.43 6.30 3.25 1.90 3.32134.68
1872 1.60 7.19 1.04 0.08 1.01 2.24 6.92 4.82 3.15 2.09 0.98 0.65131.77
1873 3.91 0.16 0.04 2.06 1.02 3.86 4.95 3.67 6.23 1.13 2.30 3.42132.75
1874 2.90 1.73 0.11 1.55 2.78 4.54 3.03 3.78 7.42 3.43 1.21 0.27132.75
1875 1.34 0.38 0.07 2.29 4.27 1.24 2.15j 9.2010.67 2.95 1.13 0.66136.35
1876 0.51 1.65 0.42 0.60 3.32 5.97 5.481 4.38 3.13 9.27 2.50 0.72137.95
1877 0.91 2.61 1.17 0.46 4.53 -3.92 2.14 5.51 5.04 5.17 5.00 1.69138.15
1878 5.26 4.74 2.95 1.02 2.66 5.12 7.06 4.63 8.04 5.461 1.03 1.06149.03
1879 4.28 3.13 0.45 0.65 5.111 7.20 1.46 5.61 9.7114.20 2.24 4.50158.54
1880 1.20 0.33 0.93 0.33 7.84 1.81 4.61 7.30 3.59 2.81 1.95 0.71133.41
1881 3.65 0.35 0.461 4.99 4.01 7.47 5.97 6.91 10.71 1.99 4.62 1.97153.10
1882 1.33 0.40 0.01 3.93 7.46 3.48 4.45 4.97 6.16 4.81 2.94 1.92141.86
1883 2.82 0.80 0.87 0.54 5.58 3.29 1.51 6.08 5.1719.77 0.84 0.97148.24
1884 | 1.82 1.70 0.16 0.98 0.35 4.56 2.36 3.16 7.08 3.17 6.03 1.68133.05
1885 4.09 4.07 1.19 0.47 2.48 3.58 3.15 2.55 5.23 5.07 0.43 1.72134.03
1886 1.45 0.13 1.30 1.99 0.11 2.51 6.72 4.54 7.10 3.32 0.13 0.83130.13
1887 0.77 0.90 1.99 0.78 2.48 8.22 5.52 2.14 7.30 9.40 1.33 2.79143.62
1888 0.37 0.51 0.91 1.15 2.65 0.88 9.04 2.00 5.45 3.42 4.74 4.46135.58
1889 2.42 1.05 6.89 1.15 1.08 6.48 1.51 9.40 13.87 3.16 5.38 0.28152.67
1890 1.06 2.38 2.17 1.11 3.84 3.33 3.70 2.25 16.14 1.86 4.67 0.36142.87
1891 2.22 0.74 1.93 0.81 0.24 2.76 0.88 10.13 10.39 6.42 2.02 1.21139.75
1892 0.58 1.71 2.15 0.72 0.84 6.10 1.69 1.59 4.05 3.67 0.95 0.86124.91
1893 2.86 0.94 T. 0.56 2.28 2.69 3.09 1.94 2.23 3.75 0.48 1.18 22.00
1894 1.21 0.02 1.13 0.03 4.53 3.27 2.30! 4.35117.29 6.91 1.04 0.26142.34
1895 3.26 2.62 1.34 1.87 1.41 2.92 0.62 4.92 4.41 4.77 0.24 0.81129.19
1896 0.90 2.11 1.61 0.08 0.54 3.10 3.18 2.37 4.22 1.93 3.47 2.21125.72
1897 3.90 1.06 0.38 4.45 4.38 2.10 3.98 6.55 9.11 7.08 1.40 2.07146.46
1898 0.34 0.22 0.70 0.61 3.26 2.44 2.28 5.73 5.3316.99 2.24 3.25143.39
1899 4.12 2.89 0.14 1.47 0.64 2.47 3.61 3.80 3.27 4.66 0.95 1.53 29.55
1900 2.32 1.34 2.58 1.18 9.55 8.68 3.23 3.02 10.00 5.85 0.37 0.69 48.81
1901 0.33 0.47 2.68 0.46 2.74 5.65 5.58 5.75 7.15 0.79 0.25 5.17 37.02
1902 0.15 3.88 0.22 0.82 0.28 9.59 1.57 5.35 3.37 6.36 4.90 2.12138.61
1903 3.43 1.97 3.23 0.55 0.76 4.74 2.87 4.24 3.00 4.10 0.76 0.71130.36
1904 1.42 1.08 1.94 1.51 13.01 1.70 1.40 4.24 3.55 1.57 6.22 0.34137.98
1905 0.69 0.30 6.13 3.71 0.54 2.40 3.581 3.14 7.03 4.09 0.20 10.03141.84
1906 3.52 3.78 3.30 0.54 5.23 6.51 1.92 3.00 5.09 4.53 10.82 0.29148.53
1907 0.11 0.20 T. 0.46 3.52 5.96 0.68 2.16 8.17 2.10 1.49 1.80126.65
1908 0.63 1.73 0.48 0.18 0.6011.43 1.25 7.74 7.14 6.29 0.66 0.70138.83
1909 1.82 0.10 0.35 3.01 6.70 9.71 1.21 8.56 6.3516.87 0.06 1.61156.35
1910 0.62 0.83 0.35 0.03 0.86 1.06 2.57 3.21 6.4210.95 1.35 0.18128.43
1911 0.64 0.01 1.84 1.49 2.88 3.89 3.04 7.891 2.05 5.32 6.00 0.62135.67
1912 4.05 3.35 1.80 0.25 6.96 9.04 2.36 1.69 4.35 6.17 1.17 2.26143.45
1913 1.62 1.57 0.34 0.56 3.46 3.13 1.00 5.18 6.22 5.23 1.36 0.29129.96
1914 1 1.67 0.96 0.50 1.94 3.41 1.04 1.99 1.29 4.62 9.20 2.33 6.17135.12
1915 7.65 2.59 2.25 1.52 7.61 3.05 3.84 0.92 7.32 4.27 1.78 2.14144.94
1916 1.37 0.42 0.63 0.24 2.69 1.8610.89 5.04 4.38 3.38 2.01 0.10133.01
1917 0.14 0.79 3.87 1.07 2.06 2.79 0.801 4.79 8.37 3.67 0.28 0.14128.77
1918 1.05 0.12 2.65 2.80 5.19 0.43 1.72 1.85 3.53 7.94 0.38 2.11129.77
1919 0.74 1.44 0.25 3.11 6.8111.04 5.251 1.4614.26 2.66 5.23 1.10153.35
1920 0.07 1.38 0.58 3.36 3.18 3.41 0.541 5.15 11.89 2.25 1.97 0.92134.70
1921 1.88 1.80 0.54 0.47 1.24 4.09 5.72 4.52 5.45 7.54 2.67 0.35136.27
1922 2.60 1.44 0.08 0.08 5.01 3.78 6.90 3.51 5.56 8.31 3.36 3.02143.65
1923 0.35 0.06 0.39 1.08 5.67 3.14 2.88 3.88 4.97 1.39 0.73 0.35124.89
1924 3.23 0.47 0.98 0.19 2.12 3.18 2.02 3.85 5.10 12.55 0.07 0.56134.32
1925 2.22 1.89 0.94 3.61 4.76 0.53 2.42 3.57 6.22 3.14 2.40 1.72133.42
1926 2.51 0.19 0.42 0.37 5.75 3.37 5.6815.83 2.17 9.84 0.80 0.65147.58
Means I 1.93 1.45 1.281 1.27 3.58 4.20 3.43 4.62 6.63 5.68 2.21 1.67137.95





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