Visiting Florida this fall? It’s a season of wildly varying temperatures, with a hot start and a slowly cooling finish. Expect September to be a continuation of summer, with 90-degree days and scattered afternoon thunderstorms.
October is when the pattern starts to shift, with the rain tapering off to occasional showers from passing cold fronts.
By November, these cold fronts can bring big shifts in temperature. An 85-degree morning could be interrupted by a rapidly moving rain storm with gusty winds and a big temperature drop rolling in behind it. There’s a reason why theme park vendors put out knit caps and gloves when the weather gets into the sixties unexpectedly – spending all day outside in shorts and tank tops can get chilly fast!
So for fall vacations in Florida, pack for anything – because anything might happen!
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