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  1. Fog blocks the sun in St. Petersburg on Monday morning. Portions of Tampa Bay were under a dense fog warning, with visibility one quarter of a mile or less, forecasters said.
  2. Holiday helpers assist children as they go tobogganing down a hill of snow.
  3. Richard Cost, 51, naps on a cot at Hyde Park United Methodist Church a designated cold weather shelter Wednesday in Tampa.
  4. It's sweater season, Tampa Bay. Do you know where your single sweater is?
  5. The coldest weather since January is expected early this week when temperatures are expected to fall into the 40s in Tampa Bay and the 30s in some areas of the Nature Coast. In January, Goldie Limon, 1, of Clearwater, reached to help her mother, Jessica Limon, left, after selecting oranges while visiting the Dunedin Downtown Market with her parents.
  6. Robyn Spotts, in background on left, her daughter Rowan, 6, and friends, Molly Glassman and her son, Isaac Glassman, 5, are all pictured after a few laps on the ice rink at the Winter Village at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2023 in Tampa. The families first visited the Glazer Children’s Museum before hitting the ice rink. “We didn’t last long there and we are not lasting long here,” Robyn Spotts said regarding their limited success on ice skates.
  7. An aerial drone view of the Gulf of Mexico looking west west from the beach on Treasure Island Beach on Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2023 in Pinellas County.
  8. Hillary Pera of St. Petersburg and her 1-year-old, Rocko Pera, waves as 5K participants run by the start line during the 6th Annual Coffee Pot Turkey Trot Thanksgiving Day 5K at North Shore Elementary School in St. Petersburg last November. This year's Thanksgiving week forecast includes some rain and cooler weather.
  9. University of Florida and University of Maryland graduate students Komalpreet Singh, left, Sanneri Santiago and Kyle Brumfield process water samples taken from storm surge during Hurricane Ian in a University of Florida laboratory at the Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure & Environment. Vibrio vulnificus infections peaked statewide last year, with most cases found in Southwest Florida after Ian.
  10. A car makes its way through a flooded street in Oakland Park on Wednesday.
  11. Debris from Hurricane Ian is strewn about the front yard of a Fort Myers Beach home Oct. 26, 2022, a month after the Category 4 storm hit the area.
  12. Lauren Rocchini, 29, of Brickell, waits to cross South Miami Avenue at 8th Street at Brickell City Centre in Miami on Wednesday.
  13. Gov. Ron DeSantis talks on the phone with President Joe Biden as he and his wife, Casey, left, stop at the storm-damaged restaurant Shrimp Boat during a visit to Horseshoe Beach on Aug. 31, one day after Hurricane Idalia struck.
  14. Republican presidential candidate Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks during a rally with Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds on Monday in Iowa.
  15. A sea turtle nest is roped off by volunteers with Sea Turtle Trackers on St. Pete Beach on one early morning in 2019. Hurricane Idalia destroyed more than 60 turtle nests in Pinellas County this year.
  16. Rescue workers with Tidewater Disaster Response, from left, Mike Foster, Zack McCue, and Zack Hoeth, of Fairfax, Va., search for people in need of help where the Steinhatchee River remained out of its banks on Wednesday, Aug 30, 2023, after the arrival of Hurricane Idalia on Florida's west coast at Taylor County in the Big Bend area.
  17. Bonny Paulson stands in front of her home in Mexico Beach, Fla. on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2023. The hurricane resistant house, designed by Deltec, was one of the few remaining structures left after Hurricane Michael hit the area in 2018. Some developers are building homes like Paulson's with an eye toward making them more resilient to the extreme weather that's increasing with climate change, and friendlier to the environment at the same time. (AP Photo/Laura Bargfeld)
  18. Alan Mazzotti walks through one of his pumpkin fields Oct. 26, 2023, in Hudson, Colo. For some pumpkin growers in states like Texas, New Mexico and Colorado, this year's pumpkin crop was a reminder of the water challenges hitting agriculture across the Southwest and West as human-caused climate change exacerbates drought and heat extremes. (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)
  19. Event coordinator Christine Irons paddles among the nearly 100 participants of the annual Witches and Warlocks Paddle Parade in Tarpon Springs.
  20. Jaliyah Pollack of Tampa, left, throws a pretend punch while celebrating Halloween on Central Avenue in St. Petersburg in 2021. Above-average temperatures will haunt Tampa Bay this Halloween weekend, but a possible cool front next week could help usher in fall weather.
  21. A man walks on the mud caused by hurricane Norma in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico, Saturday, Oct. 21, 2023. Norma had weakened and was downgraded to Category 1 on the hurricane wind scale. It was located 25 miles west of Cabo San Lucas storm with winds of 85 mph (140 kmh) and expected to make landfall on Saturday, according to the U.S. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
  22. Tropical Storm Tammy has strengthened into a hurricane, according to the National Hurricane Center's 11 a.m. update Friday.
  23. The National Weather Service's Tampa Bay office confirmed four additional tornadoes, in additional to two previously confirmed, were spawned from severe weather on Oct. 11 and 12. Pictured are building materials that lay between mobile homes in Dunedin that were damaged.
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