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Franklin County, like the rest of Florida, is known for its balmy weather. The state's mild winters have made it a haven for retirees. Summers can be long and hot with showers providing much appreciated relief during the rainy season. Coastal areas also experience gentle breezes during the summer. Average Annual Precipitation is 56.51 inches.

Average area temperatures in Franklin County by season:
Spring: low 58° – high 76°
Summer: low 73° – high 89°
Fall: low 61° – high 80°
Winter low: 45° – high: 64°

The six-month hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30 and Floridians have learned to be ready when a storm threatens the area. More Information: National Hurricane Center

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Salty burlap bags full of Apalachicola Bay oysters are a Franklin County icon. Earthy, unpretentious, yet strong and resilient, burlap symbolizes much of what Franklin County embodies in its people, places and culture.
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