Welcome to the town of Port Manteau, Florizona, where they have 350 days of sunshine a year and only drop below freezing on December 25th for a white Christmas. The average high is 82°F with the average low being 48°F. The port was formed at the mouth of the Manteau river as it curled down from the Novena Mountains, which have a highest peak of 17 meters above mean sea level. The town population has a large amount of seasonal variation as most of the residents are snowbirds escaping from frigid Northern winters. This has an interesting effect on the town’s economy as “summer jobs” for the youth are practically non-existent, while winter has a negative unemployment rate as most people work more than one job, and afterschool jobs exceed the number of students to fill them.
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