Wildfires in the Midwest can send smoke and ash all the way to Florida. This is what is happening right now in 2023.
Dust storms in the Sahara Desert can also travel to Florida, especially during the spring and summer months
Sea salt can also cause haze in Florida, especially after a storm.
Pollution from cars, factories, and other sources can also contribute to haze in Florida.
Pollution from Algal blooms can produce a toxin that can cause haze in Florida m cars, factories, and other sources can also contribute to haze in Florida.
The urban heat island effect can cause haze in Florida by trapping heat in cities
Climate change is making haze in Florida worse by increasing the frequency and intensity of wildfires, dust storms, and other events that can contribute to haze.
La Niña, a climate pattern that can cause warmer and drier weather in Florida, can also contribute to haze
El Niño, a climate pattern that can cause cooler and wetter weather in Florida, can also contribute to haze, but to a lesser extent than La Niña.