South Floridians are fond of boasting about the sunny skies and mild temperatures we bathe in all winter long. But Thursday morning, the brag grew even bigger — if at the expense of the folks in Havre, Montana.
For a couple hours after the sunrise in both towns, West Palm Beach wasn’t just warm, it was more than 100 degrees warmer than the coldest spot in the country.
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