Province guides United States of America
Climate in Florida
Sunshine and blue skies are the basic ingredients to the weather in Florida at any time of year. However, the Florida climate is divided into two climatic zones: subtropical in the south, and warm temperate in the north. Summer in the south (Orlando and below) is humid with afternoon storms and the peak tourist season is in the winter, between December and February, when temperatures remain warm but there is little humidity. North of Orlando, the peak season is summer, between June and August, where temperatures are usually comfortable. The hurricane season in Florida is between June and November.