August 23, 2014

Environment - Florida Newsmakers of the Year

| 1/1/2011

• EXTREME TEMPERATURES

Statewide, the opening months of the year were the coldest in Florida's history, while July through September ranked as the warmest, according to state meteorologist David Zierden.

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COLD

Record: Miami, Jan. 11: 36 degrees

Record: Tallahassee, 14 consecutive mornings below freezing

Record: Tampa, Jan. 11: 25 degrees

Record: Vero Beach, March 5: 33 degrees


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HOT

Record: Orlando, Oct. 26: 92 degrees

Record: Miami, where the weather station at the Miami International Airport logged a summer average of 85.17 degrees, the hottest since the city began keeping records in 1895.

Record: Daily maximum temperatures in the West Palm Beach area reached or exceeded 90 degrees on 79 days.


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Mark Wilson
Wilbur Ross Jr.
Lola Gonzalez
John Textor
Robert Clements
Thomas Gaffney
Hugh Green
R.J. Scaringe
Foreclosure Fighters
Julian MacQueen

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Mel Martinez & The Dominoes

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Florida's Fallen Soldiers

Education
Frank Brogan
Maryellen Elia

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Win Phillips & David Day
Ian MacDonald & William Hogarth

Environment
Extreme Temperatures

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Mystery Monkey

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Tampa Bay Rays' Top Brass
Pat Riley

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Barth Green

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New World Symphony
Pitbull
Pamela Tuscany

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Scott Rothstein
David Brooks

Jim Greer
Wayne McLeod
Lewis Freeman
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Lee Farkas

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