Florida is known as the "sunshine state" and the sun shines about two-thirds of the possible daylight hours each year. As such, Florida is characterized by long, warm and humid summers. Extreme continental heatwaves, however, are usually absent due to shorter days, constant sea breezes and frequent thundershowers. The average maximum temperature in July ranges from 92°F (33°C) in the north to 88°F (31°C) in the south . Temperatures over 100°F (37°C) are not unusual for north Florida, but are rare in the central and southern portion of the state

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 So as you can see virtually everday is a good day in  florida