Looking to Spend Your Winters in Sunny Miami?
Few things hold a candle to Florida’s winters. The Sunshine State, while warm, enjoys one of the mildest winters in the continental United States. While Floridians can’t build snowmen or host a bonfire, that doesn’t make wintertime any less enjoyable. In fact, many would argue that Florida’s moderate weather adds even more good cheer to the holidays. If you’re considering spending your winter in the southernmost U.S. state, these are some benefits that you’ll reap.
When winter’s icy grip takes hold, Floridians have nothing to worry about. Though the temperature does drop, slippery roads and snow-covered cars aren’t a problem. Instead, we have white-sand beaches that we can relax on. What’s more, we seldom have to retire our bathing suits, and we certainly aren’t reluctant to leave the house due to inclement weather. Best of all, we don’t have to shovel ungodly amounts of snow just to leave our driveway.
Florida’s winter sunsets are second to none. With the weather a little cooler, watching the sun go down is a coveted activity. The sky isn’t drab, and there’s no snow preventing us from taking in the sunset. If you’re lucky enough to catch a sunset on the beach, you’re in for an even greater treat.
Less Seasonal Depression
The wintertime blues can be so depressing. Unfortunately, those who reside in states like Michigan and North Dakota are susceptible to seasonal depression. The sun barely comes out during the winter, and the cold weather confines people to their homes. Meanwhile, Floridians can engage in all the Yuletide splendor they want without compromising their mental health.
During frigid winters, it’s not uncommon for northerners to get creative at home. Going outside is a hassle, and you also subject yourself to freezing temperatures. If you travel south for the winter, you open the door to all kinds of outdoor adventures. From hiking and camping to kayaking and cycling, the options are seemingly endless.
There’s no shortage of vitamin D during Florida’s winters. Most cities in Florida see over 240 sunny days per year. Not only does this bode well for relaxed living, but it also makes the season feel more upbeat. Moreover, in places like St. Petersburg and Tampa, you can expect the temperature to stay around 73 degrees in the winter.
EXTENDED STAY HOUSING IN COCONUT GROVE
Commodore Inn The Grove in Miami, Florida, is the primary choice for extended-stay housing. We offer long-term and short-term apartments in a relaxed, full-service environment you’ll love.
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