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Being from Florida but having spent enough time up North to experience a spectrum of weather, Tuscaloosa has finally offered me the best of both regions. I’ll admit that going from a Florida “winter” of sunny and 50 degrees to a Massachusetts fall of dreary and 50 degrees, I got my fair share of odd looks when I donned my puffy down coat as soon as it hit 49. I learned eventually, but I must say that the happy medium I found between 18 and dry and 55 and moist cold has been in Tuscaloosa. Granted, we are in that yucky transition stage right now that results in cold mornings, hot in the afternoon, and the sky going from cloudy and depressing to a bright sunshiney day, but soon that transition will be over and the days will settle into a brisk chill with clear skies, bare trees, and golden leaves. We even get our own bit of snow sometimes that makes it seem like we’re getting all the good parts of what can be some vicious weather. To have the seasons without the harshness is a small gift blessed in the south.