South Florida Weather
South Floridians enjoy a tropical paradise with average temperatures in the eighties. That's why you'll see beautiful flowers, palm trees and lush green lawns everywhere you look. Almost every day feels like a beach day. It does get a little bit cold in January, when the nighttime low temperatures can dip into the upper fifties. July and August are the hottest and most humid, similar to other U.S. cities. You'll just want to make sure that the air conditioning is working.
Summer in Florida also brings afternoon thundershowers each week. Sometimes it seems like you could actually set your watch by the weather. It's those cooling rains make for comfortable evenings under the stars.
It's hard to imagine a better place to live. Visit weather.com to see how our temperatures have averaged over the past twelve months.