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behind. You're only going to need a 3mm, maybe a shorty. Water will be 80's about that time. Several good books on Florida diving available, Ned Deloch's is probably the best "Florida Diving" (someone correct me with the proper title).
You'll find a lot of great dive buddies from the board down here. If you like wrecks, there are a bunch between Miami and West Palm. I have dived off just about every boat along this coast and I haven't had a bad operation experience yet. Hit the Keys as well, and get wet whereever. You won't be disappointed. Capt. Slate's Atlantis and Ocean Diver's are the only two I have tried in Key Largo. Further south than that may be a drive depending on how long you'll be in town.
The reef systems are different along the coast. The Pu-Pu platter of South Florida diving, to me would be a boat dive from Boynton, a beach dive down at Lauderdale By the Sea, a boat out of Key Largo, and do the Marquesas if you can.