Nah… I don’t give investment advice. Well, except I don’t think gold makes much sense if you plan for the apocalypse. I think brass does however. But I digress….
But with this news that this is the longest cold stretch in Florida in over 100 years, my thoughts turn to orange juice:
National Weather Service Meteorologist Jason Hess said that it’s the length of the cold that is most significant.
“This is the longest stretch ever in 100 years of record keeping.”
A new daily record low temperature was set Sunday, Jan. 11, in the Crescent Communities, with the area reaching 17 degrees.
Since the beginning of January, temperatures have remained more than 20 degrees below normal. Temperatures normally should be up in the 60s during the day and the 40s at night, Hess said.
Brrr…. weather isn’t climate, but shouldn’t we be better prepared for COLD weather we have, not warm weather we wish we could get?