Why doesn't it snow in florida?
Due to Florida's low latitude & subtropical climate, temperatures low enough to support significant snowfall are infrequent & duration is fleeting. Frost is more common than snow, requiring temperatures of 32 °F or less at 7 ft above sea level, & a relative humidity of 65% or more. Per Wikipedia.
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