During October, 1894, the Florida Panhandle was hit by a hurricane strong enough to destroy miles of train track.
Less than eight weeks later. Florida was hit by a calamitous freeze which destroyed almost the entire citrus crop – and put an end to citrus farming in the northern part of the state.
Prior to 1894, citrus was grown in northern Florida, but the climate is too cold there now. This is undoubtedly due to unprecedented man-made global warming.