by Office Staff
on Thursday, December 12th, 2013 at 10:13am.
With our northern neighbors currently braving severe snow storms and below-freezing temperatures, Naples residents have been warned that the area is at risk of a “sun-in.”
The local forecast calls for days upon days of bright sun, tropical temperatures, and gentle breezes – in other words, the usual. As opposed to a “snow-in,” where residents are urged to stay indoors and away from the cold, Southwest Florida citizens have been asked to prepare for the “sun-in” by stocking up on hot dogs, barbecue equipment, bathing suits, mojitos, sunscreen, and watermelon.
Experts agree that the best course of action for the sun-in is to quickly and efficiently evacuate to Naples’ famous beaches. In order to get the most out of this dangerously relaxing and comfortable weather, it is advised that residents also take advantage of any pools, waterslides, lakes, and more.
As word of this winter’s impending sun-in was passed around Naples, the reaction was as expected – residents simply continued on about their day, browsing the latest fashion and technology at the gorgeous open-air style Waterside Shops, driving about town with their convertible tops down, and enjoying a delicious meal out in the warm sunlight.
The aftermath of a snow-in calls for citizens to be particularly careful about traveling; snow tires and chains are a must. Our sun-in will be no different – residents have been warned that this weather will call for traveling that includes riding bikes, walking, cruising with the windows down, and liberally using the sunroof.
In other words, as our freezing neighbors have a cold and white several months ahead of them, it’s business as usual for those who are lucky enough to live in Naples.