Wow! I don't recall it ever being this cold in FL


grantsdale

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Thats strange, because I don't recall ever seeing a screenshot of a typo that was ever funny.
 

nazuk

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Dec 5, 2007
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But hey, you Americans drive on the wrong side of the road, you have your dates the wrong way round, and your currency smells.

So anythings possible.
 

ucfgrad93

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Aug 17, 2007
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I use to live near there and it could get that cold on a rare occasion late in the night, but never in the day this early in the year. Got to be an error.
 

nazuk

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Dec 5, 2007
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at least we don't talk funny.....(joke)

I'm pleased you took it with jest, I was expecting another 'Shock and Awe'

Damn, done it again, can't help but wind you guys up!.... it's so tempting, and so difficult not to.

Anyway, I love your Country, before anyone starts. I've been to Florida alone about 20 times!!

/yeah, me sad.
 

Unspoken Demise

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I'm pleased you took it with jest, I was expecting another 'Shock and Awe'

Damn, done it again, can't help but wind you guys up!.... it's so tempting, and so difficult not to.

Anyway, I love your Country, before anyone starts. I've been to Florida alone about 20 times!!

/yeah, me sad.
Our currency really does have a funny scent though.
 

Dominat0r

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Jul 25, 2009
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Didn't something like that bring down Challenger?
Yes, there was a early morning frost in FL that day....it was in the 40s the night before and was about 50 or so when it was launched. The Oring frooze up which in turn created the seal to break and letting fuel spill out. Im not 100% on this but im pretty sure i remember it correctly.

I was in 5th grade, watching it on TV in class when it happened. My teacher quickly turned off the TV knowing what had happened cause she didnt want the class to worry.

It was actually in the high 50s last night where i am (20mins west of Fort Liquiordale).
 

eawmp1

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Feb 19, 2008
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That's the temperature your iPhone feels. Being a Floridian it can't handle the "cold." :cool:
 

WannaApple?

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Jun 9, 2008
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My phone was doing the exact same thing this morning. I thought it needed to be reset, so I rebooted, but it was still there. I just left it and it fixed itself a little while ago. I'm right in Altamonte, only a few miles from you. :)
It may not have been 1 degree here yet, although it has been way to #(&#@( cold already! lol
 

JoshGlzBrk

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Aug 27, 2009
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Last December, My iPhone showed -14F once lol, but it quickly changed back to what it was supposed to be.

And if you get the weatherchannel app, it's updated more often than the numbers you get on the included weather app. the weather app is based on yahoo's weather which is essentially the weather channel's predictions. And with the weather channel app you can see 10 days out.


if you really need to look out accuweather goes out 15 days.
 

Goodeye

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Jan 30, 2009
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Its not an issue with the phone but where it pulls the information from.

Which in this case is the Weather Channel.

Now I don't know how the send the information to the iPhone but I assume something is screwed up royally on their end.
 

Demosthenes427

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Aug 23, 2007
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I'm pleased you took it with jest, I was expecting another 'Shock and Awe'

Damn, done it again, can't help but wind you guys up!.... it's so tempting, and so difficult not to.

Anyway, I love your Country, before anyone starts. I've been to Florida alone about 20 times!!

/yeah, me sad.
Florida is God's Waiting Room.

New York is much better.

So is San Francisco.