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Summer in Florida

While the seasons on the calendar change every 3 months, in Florida Summer extends for a much longer time, particularly in Central and South Florida. The heat typically extends 6 months from about May thru October.

The summer season in Florida is one of the most intense and humid experiences you can find in the United States. Temperatures often reach highs into the mid to high 90s, with humidity levels that make it feel even hotter. The sun shines down all day long, creating a tropical paradise atmosphere that can be both enjoyable and oppressive.

It’s important to take extra care when spending time outdoors in the summer heat of Florida. Wear light, airy clothing and stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water. If possible, seek out shade or even air-conditioned places like malls, museums, or movie theaters to cool down. Sunscreen is also an essential item for anyone venturing outdoors during the summer months.

Also known as Florida’s wet or rainy season, the summer is a time for thunderstorms and hurricanes.

 

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