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For residents of the UK, generally Florida weather varies from very pleasant to very hot, though it does have it's occasional cold spells during Winter, and the temperature can dip below freezing, though this is uncommon. Winter temperatures can also reach 30 degrees C, so it's best to be prepared for any eventuality. You'll almost certainly thank the fitting of Air Conditioning to all hire cars!

During the Summer, temperatures are usually hot, with a high humidity. There is rain most days between June and October, although the rain storms tend to be heavy, they also tend to be very short lived, and usually serve to make the temperature a little more bearable, rather than spoiling the day. Another advantage of mid afternoon rain storms, is that providing you don't mind getting wet, they tend to clear the outdoor queueing areas quite quickly, so it can provide a fast-track onto some of the more popular rides.

July to November is the hurricane season, however on average Florida is hit by a major hurricane only one year in seven or eight, so whilst it is a possibility the chances of it happening are reasonably low. However, this doesn't mean that severe storms don't happen at other times of the year. On 23rd February 1998 parts of central Florida were hit by up to 12 Tornado's during the same night, possibly as a result of the 'El Nino' weather system, claiming a considerable number of lives, and causing a great deal of damage to property.

The chart below gives an idea of the average daily temperature for the Orlando area of central Florida. It will be hotter towards Miami, and the Keys, probably by as much as 5 deg C.

Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Celcius 21 22 24 26 30 31 31 31 30 29 25 23
Farenheit 70 72 76 79 86 87 87 87 86 84 77 73
Rainfall 2.3 3.0 3.2 1.8 3.6 7.3 7.2 6.8 6.0 2.4 2.3 2.2

Hurricane Season

It's also worth remembering that whilst the outside temperature can be quite warm, most Malls and attractions under cover will probably have their Air Conditioning turned up quite high, so there can be a considerable difference in temperature between inside and out.


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