Deerfield Beach is named for the numerous deer that once roamed the area. It is part of the South Florida metropolitan area.
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Deerfield Beach has a true tropical climate, with hot, humid summers, and warm, dry winters. The city does experience cold fronts from November through March. However, the average monthly temperature for any month has never been recorded as being under 64.4 °F (January averages 66 °F). Most of the year is warm and humid, and the summers are almost identical to the climate of the Caribbean tropics. In addition, the city gets most of its rain in the summer (wet season) and is relatively dry in winter (dry season). The wet season, which is hot and humid, lasts from May to October, when it gives way to the dry season, which features mild temperatures with some invasions of colder air, which is when the little winter rainfall occurs — with the passing of a front. The hurricane season largely coincides with the wet season. 69% of the city's annual rainfall occurs during the five month summer period. The hurricane season is between 1 June and 30 November, with major hurricanes most likely to affect Florida in September and October. The most recent storms to directly affect the city were Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Wilma, both of which struck the city in 2005; other direct hits were Hurricane Cleo in 1964, Hurricane King in 1950 and the 1947 Fort Lauderdale Hurricane.
AMTRAK offers daily train service on the Silver Star and Silver Meteor routes.
The Cove Restaurant & Lounge ,1754 Se 3rd Ct, +1-954-421-9272, . This legendary happy-hour stop overflows with singles on the make after a day at the office. The Intracoastal locale provides a waterside dock with a view of boat traffic and the Hillsboro bridge. Live music is featured nightly after the two-for-one happy hour ends. Reggae artists perform from 3PM-10PM Sundays. Lunch and dinner menus are complete with fresh local seafood.