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3rd Mar '16 2:55:03 PM eroock
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* Averted in ''Film/KeyLargo''.

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* Averted in ''Film/KeyLargo''.''Film/KeyLargo'' where a [[HostileWeather hurricane]] striking the island becomes a plot point.
3rd Mar '16 2:53:44 PM eroock
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->The Sunshine State
-->'''Florida's Official Nickname''', [[{{Irony}} despite having the highest average rainfall in the country.]]

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->The ->''"The Sunshine State
-->'''Florida's
State."''
-->-- '''Florida's
Official Nickname''', [[{{Irony}} despite having the highest average rainfall in the country.]]
29th Feb '16 4:59:04 PM GrammarNavi
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* Averted in ''Series/GoldenGirls'', which takes place in Miami, and one episode dealt with the girls being shut in due to a hurricane.

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* Averted in ''Series/GoldenGirls'', ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'', which takes place in Miami, and one episode dealt with the girls being shut in due to a hurricane.



* The PS1 generation ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' games had this problem. Typically the entire world map would be perpetually daylight, except for just one or two spots on the map. So it will ''always'' be nighttime in [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Midgar]] and [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX Treno]]. FFIX lampshades this a bit by calling Treno the "Dark City". Other places can become night, but only when the plot demands it. The PS2 ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'' avoids this a bit by throwing in weather cycles in every location, but never a day-night cycle.

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* The PS1 [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation PS1]] generation ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' games had this problem. Typically the entire world map would be perpetually daylight, except for just one or two spots on the map. So it will ''always'' be nighttime in [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Midgar]] and [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX Treno]]. FFIX lampshades this a bit by calling Treno the "Dark City". Other places can become night, but only when the plot demands it. The PS2 [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 PS2]] ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'' avoids this a bit by throwing in weather cycles in every location, but never a day-night cycle.
1st Jan '16 6:33:43 PM nombretomado
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** Interestingly enough, it's almost always night in Metropolis in ''{{Smallville}}''. Director commentary said that establishing day shots of the city always looked horrible and they almost never used them.

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** Interestingly enough, it's almost always night in Metropolis in ''{{Smallville}}''.''Series/{{Smallville}}''. Director commentary said that establishing day shots of the city always looked horrible and they almost never used them.
31st May '15 2:13:27 PM Morgenthaler
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* Averted in ''KeyLargo''.

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* Averted in ''KeyLargo''.''Film/KeyLargo''.



* Averted... sort of, in ''GetShorty''. The opening is set in Miami, and it's snowing. Everyone complains about it.

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* Averted... sort of, in ''GetShorty''.''Film/GetShorty''. The opening is set in Miami, and it's snowing. Everyone complains about it.



* ''{{Neighbours}}'' has a rule that it never rains on Ramsey Street. A behind the scenes special showed that on rainy days outdoor shots are artificially lit to make it look like summer. However, it still rains in [[HomeAndAway Summer Bay]]. One notable example is in the ''Hearts Divided'' DVD, which clearly shows that the rain was a contributing factor in Dani not being able to avoid hitting Kane. And it certainly has a lot of stormy weather. Hasn't significant portions of the town slid into the sea during various tempests (blurry on the details). Usually someone dies.

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* ''{{Neighbours}}'' ''Series/{{Neighbours}}'' has a rule that it never rains on Ramsey Street. A behind the scenes special showed that on rainy days outdoor shots are artificially lit to make it look like summer. However, it still rains in [[HomeAndAway Summer Bay]]. One notable example is in the ''Hearts Divided'' DVD, which clearly shows that the rain was a contributing factor in Dani not being able to avoid hitting Kane. And it certainly has a lot of stormy weather. Hasn't significant portions of the town slid into the sea during various tempests (blurry on the details). Usually someone dies.



* Averted in ''GoldenGirls'', which takes place in Miami, and one episode dealt with the girls being shut in due to a hurricane.

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* Averted in ''GoldenGirls'', ''Series/GoldenGirls'', which takes place in Miami, and one episode dealt with the girls being shut in due to a hurricane.



* Somehow, it's always sunny in the ''RoyalPains'' Hamptons. This makes rather less sense than in Miami, although again, semi-justified by the fact that all shooting is actually on-location in the Hamptons (or at least Long Island).

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* Somehow, it's always sunny in the ''RoyalPains'' ''Series/RoyalPains'' Hamptons. This makes rather less sense than in Miami, although again, semi-justified by the fact that all shooting is actually on-location in the Hamptons (or at least Long Island).
9th May '15 7:34:04 AM DesertDragon
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* Averted in ''GoldenGirls'', where bad weather is frequently shown and has been a plot point in a couple of episodes.

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* Averted in ''GoldenGirls'', where bad weather is frequently shown which takes place in Miami, and has been a plot point one episode dealt with the girls being shut in due to a couple of episodes.hurricane.
13th Apr '15 9:29:03 AM nombretomado
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* ''DestroyAllHumans'' series (although weather changes from city to city, the weather of that city always stays the same)

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* ''DestroyAllHumans'' ''VideoGame/DestroyAllHumans'' series (although weather changes from city to city, the weather of that city always stays the same)
16th Dec '14 7:55:09 AM nombretomado
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* The PS1 generation ''FinalFantasy'' games had this problem. Typically the entire world map would be perpetually daylight, except for just one or two spots on the map. So it will ''always'' be nighttime in [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Midgar]] and [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX Treno]]. FFIX lampshades this a bit by calling Treno the "Dark City". Other places can become night, but only when the plot demands it. The PS2 ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'' avoids this a bit by throwing in weather cycles in every location, but never a day-night cycle.

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* The PS1 generation ''FinalFantasy'' ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' games had this problem. Typically the entire world map would be perpetually daylight, except for just one or two spots on the map. So it will ''always'' be nighttime in [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Midgar]] and [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX Treno]]. FFIX lampshades this a bit by calling Treno the "Dark City". Other places can become night, but only when the plot demands it. The PS2 ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'' avoids this a bit by throwing in weather cycles in every location, but never a day-night cycle.
14th Sep '14 10:41:23 PM DesertDragon
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* ''Series/AmericanHorrorStoryCoven'' is based in New Orleans, but the weather is consistently sunny and gorgeous. While Hurricane Katrina is mentioned a few times, never does the weather affect the plot.
* Zig-zagged on ''Series/TrueBlood'', at first it was widely believed that Sookie and Jason's parents were killed in a car accident during a flood, but it was later revealed that they were murdered by the vampire Warlow. Otherwise, the weather is never problematic. This is averted in the novels, where Hurricane Katrina significantly affects the lives of Louisiana's supernatural community.
14th Sep '14 10:25:23 PM DesertDragon
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* Some could argue that RealityIsUnrealistic. While Miami and UsefulNotes/NewOrleans are constantly at war for the title of America's rainiest city, their southern latitude ensures that they have quite a bit of sunlight even during the winter. Thus, while they do get a lot of rain, they still get quite a bit of sunshine, and it is warm enough that it is nice to be outside even during the winter. The tropical weather pattern also ensures that the time when Miami gets the most rain is during the ''summer''.

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* Some could argue that RealityIsUnrealistic. While Miami and UsefulNotes/NewOrleans are constantly at war for the title of America's rainiest city, their southern latitude ensures that they don't have quite a bit of sunlight even during the winter. Thus, while they do get a lot of rain, they still get quite a bit of sunshine, and it is warm enough that it is nice to be outside even during the winter. The tropical weather pattern also ensures that the time when Miami gets the most rainy days. That title goes to [[UsefulNotes/NewYorkState Buffalo and Rochester, New York]]. Southern cities might rain is during the ''summer''.''harder'', but it doesn't happen as often, and there are plenty of sunny days in between.
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