Typical weather for Orlando, Florida:
Spring comes early to Florida. April usually brings with it lots of sunshine
and warm daytime temperatures. In many years this weather even begins in March!
April by far is the driest month in Orlando with an average of only six days of
measurable rainfall and an average total of just 1.30 inches.
By June, heat and humidity are a daily occurrence that results in frequent
thunderstorms and heavy downpours. This pattern continues through the summer
with average rainfall occurring about every other day and an average total
precipitation over seven inches for each of the summer months. To avoid summer
crowds, go to theme parks on rainy days. It’ll help keep you cool in the summer
and afternoon thunderstorms often clear up as quickly as they begin.
During late summer and early fall, all eyes turn to the tropics. Tropical
systems, whether they are categorized as tropical waves, depressions, tropical
storms or hurricanes, all threaten Florida with very wet, squally weather. When
the tropics quiet down, delightful weather usually follows in late fall.
November is the second driest month with an average of just six days rainfall
and an average total of 1.65 inches of precipitation.
During the winter, most of the rain results from cold fronts associated with
storms that pass to the north. Blue sky and sunshine typically follow with very
pleasant daytime temperatures and low humidity. Occasionally, strong cold fronts
can bring breezy and chilly conditions but these cold spells are usually brief.
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