We don’t do winter in Florida the way states north of us do winter. Unless you’re in the tip top of the peninsula. Then occasionally a real cold spell might sneak up on you. Down here in the Central part of the state where I live, from time to time things turn nippy. Two or three times of the winter season it gets down in the thirties. Then the sun comes out and we’re back in the sixties, seventies and an occasional eighties. Down here the only kind of snow we get are the snowbirds. This week we’re getting the nip in nippy.
a frost on the ground
leafless trees and chilly air