Florida has had some hellacious freezes during active hurricane periods. The 1830s & 1840s were one such period. In 1837 I believe it was, Charlotte Harbor froze over. The 1880s & 1890s were another period of hurricane activity, and the winters were awful. The freezes of 1894-1895 pretty much destroyed the citrus industry in North Florida. It's snowed twice in Central Florida during my lifetime.
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