SERIOUSLY BOCA: Woman Shocked By Storms, Heat After Moving From New York

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Our New Feature, Seriously Boca, Highlights Woman Complaining On Social About Heat, Thunderstorms.




BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A woman who relocated from New York to Boca Raton is finding it very difficult to live here. It turns out that she is shocked, yes, shocked, by the heat and thunderstorms that she never expected when she chose to relocate to South Florida. We note that Florida, for time and eternity, has always been located closer to the equator than New York.

The woman, who we are not identifying by name, actually posted this to social media earlier Saturday:

”We are living here since August of 2021, full time, from New York. Is anyone else having a difficult time adjusting to the intense heat and constant thunderstorms? We are in a development but have a private pool too. Can’t enjoy with these crazy thunderstorms. Any recommendations as to things to do around here that allows you to be able to breathe and have fun?”

Then the key part of the post — the part that makes those who are intelligent, and have lived life long enough to know that things tend to be warmer closer to the equator — roll their eyes in disgust:

”I had no idea that it was so hot all year round!”


There are no words for the incredible things that people post to social media. There are also no words for people who pick up and move from another part of the country without doing any research whatsoever. That being said, we do question what research one really needs to do when moving from New York to Florida presumably to find a warmer climate. Our guidance: You found it. Stop complaining about it.

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