Scattered Deaths Of Elderly Floridians Expected Throughout The Week

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Scattered Deaths Of Elderly Floridians Expected Throughout The Week

The Onion Weather Center provides its forecast for Sarasota, Florida where it’s partly cloudy and 84 degrees; Louise Covert, 79, is dead from complications with diabetes; conditions will feel muggy with 80 percent humidity and oh, 98-year-olds Jimmy Scoggins just died of natural causes. April Matthews, and Hank Thompson, both 88, both just died. And expect cloudy skies on Tuesday.