Yes Jeanne @JeanneMS weather, changes in temperature, barometric pressure change can all affect your blood sugar; and as seasons change [YES, even in Florida seasons change] your insulin needs MAY change.
when I encountered this 40 or so years ago and reported it to the doctor he in effect told me I was dreaming; since then we have done a few studies and find this to be true. What happens, I believe, is that your body absorbs and utilizes insulin at differing rates and most probably your body processes foods differently in cold weather than it does in warm [hot] weather. In the magazine along with insulin [pump] adjustment tips for changes to and from daylight time there is often a note about insulin need changes with the season.
You will need, probably after your honeymoon, to observe whether you need either more of less insulin when temperatures change - not all of us are affected in the same direction. I need more insulin in the cooler temperatures even though my activity levels increase.