You can almost always tip
your hat to the end of another perfect day in Florida. The climate has always been Florida's most important
natural resource, which is reflected in its official nickname; the "Sunshine State."
The average annual weather
temperature in Central Florida is 72.6
degrees. The coldest average temperature
month in Central Florida is January, which
averages 61.2 degrees.
The seasons in Florida are actually
determined more by precipitation than by temperature and are known as the Wet
Season and the Dry Season. Autumn and Winter
are characteristically mild to cool and relatively dry while Spring and Summer
are fairly hot and humid with afternoon storms.
A fair day, in the late Spring and throughout the Summer, may be interrupted
with a storm, only to return to sunshine within an hour.
Coastal areas in all sections
average slightly warmer temperatures in winter and cooler ones in summer. Visit WFTV.com for the latest weather in Orlando
and Central Florida.