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What to Expect During Winter in South Florida

10/9/2020 (Permalink)

After months of rain and humidity, cooler temperatures and some breeze is very much welcomed in Florida. West Palm Beach and the rest of South Florida is not exactly known for sweater weather but the weather overall can be much more pleasant. Some days may call for a light jacket while others are still perfectly acceptable to spend at the beach. The winter months in South Florida can be confusing for those who are not used to dealing with it, so here’s what to expect in the coming months! 

November Weather

Though November is still technically part of storm season, large storm activities tend to slow significantly. Temperatures can range from the mid to high 70s which can be extremely pleasant weather to enjoy many outdoor activities. Low humidity, lower chance of rain and sunny days makes for an incredibly great start to the holiday season during November.

December Weather

Unfortunately, December does not bring any colder weather than that of November. Some days may drop in temperature by a few degrees, though cold fronts are not long lasting and do not call for warmer clothing like the cold days that places in the Florida Panhandle might experience. Even the most southern tip of Florida, Key West, may likely only reach 65 degrees during a cold December day.

January Weather

January’s weather pattern follows that of December as far as temperature is concerned in South Florida. January does tend to have less sunlight though and have days that are a bit cloudier, which can in turn make them slightly cooler, however sunshine filled days are still ever-present. January is part of Florida’s dry season so humidity levels tend to float around 80% in the morning and drop to the low 70s and high 60s as the day progresses.

Winter in Florida means a reprieve from cloudy, storm-filled skies. With cool days and plenty of sunshine, it is no wonder South Florida is the ultimate getaway during fall and winter!

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