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Florida

Weather, Climate & Temperatures

Best time to travel / Season
The most pleasant time is probably between November and April. Temperatures are warm and the humidity is not as high as in summer.
Those who are seeking warm water to swim in winter should go as far as south as possible: Key West and the other keys islands are perfect - anyway other places, let's say from Sarasota southwards can be fine, too. In summer that all doesn't matter - water temperatures are ideal throughout the state.

Climate / Temperatures
In summer expect an high humidity which influences the human sense of heat. Watch the published so-called 'Heat-Index' which reflects the actual temperature and how it is felt by humans, which is higher.
Example: if we have an actual temperature of 30C you might feel if it were 36C.

Mosquito
With increasing humidity and heat the mosquito plague increases, too. While during winter mostly the region south from the everglades is still affected, in summer it doesn't matter where you are.
Anyway, the more wind the lesser mosquitoes, which turns out to be pleasant at the beaches. Your hotel, motel, or vacation rental should be equipped with screened windows and doors. If you have a porch or terrace it is nearly mandatory that it is screened, too. Otherwise you won't enjoy sitting outdoor in the evenings.

Hurricane Season
From June, 1st to November, 30th is Hurricane season in Florida.
It's important to remain updated by radio and TV about upcoming storm systems. Voluntary / mandatory evacuations of regions at risk are possible.

Average temperatures in Miami in Celsius (Fahrenheit)

MonthMaxMin
Jan 24 (75) 14,5 (58)
Feb 25 (77) 15,5 (60)
Mrch 26,1 (79) 17,2 (63)
Apr 28,3 (83) 19,4 (67)
May 29,4 (85) 21,3 (70)
Jun 31 (88) 23,3 (74)
Jul 31,4 (89) 23,8 (75)
Aug 32,2 (90) 24,4 (76)
Sep 31 (88) 23,5 (74)
Oct 29,4 (85) 21,3 (70)
Nov 26,6 (80) 17,7 (64)
Dec 25 (77) 15,5 (60)

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