As for the noun, winter in Florida probably doesn't exist.
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when the high temperature did not exceed
70, 60 and 50 degrees.
At least as a season:
Winter in Florida is measured in a handful of days scattered here and there across a four to five month span from November to March.
That is, assuming you count a day in that doesn't break above 70° F as winter-worthy.
If you're from Up North, you probably don't.
But if you lived through a Florida summer, you definitely do!