Average Temperatures and Rainfall for Florida

Average annual temperatures for Florida (24°C/75°F) are significantly above the average for United States (13°C/55°F).

Average annual rainfall for Florida (1,585mm/62 inches) is significantly above the average for United States (1,039mm/41 inches).

What is the warmest or hottest month in Florida?

August is the hottest or warmest month in Florida, with an average maximum temperate of 33°C/91°F.

What is the coldest or coolest month in Florida?

January is the coolest or coldest month in Florida, with an average minimum temperate of 12°C/54°F.

What is the most rainy or wettest month in Florida?

August is the wettest or most rainy month in Florida, with an average rainfall of 244mm/10 inches.

What is the least rainy or driest month in Florida?

March is the driest or least rainy month in Florida, with an average rainfall of 57mm/2 inches.

What is the warmest or hottest place in Florida?

Tamiami is the hottest or warmest place in Florida, with an average maximum temperate of 26°C/79°F.

What is the coldest place in Florida?

Pensacola is the coldest place in Florida, with an average maximum temperate of 21°C/70°F.

What is the most rainy or wettest place in Florida?

Pensacola is the most rainy or wettest place in Florida, with an average annual rainfall of 2,067mm/81 inches.

What is the least rainy or driest place in Florida?

Deltona is the least rainy or driest place in Florida, with an average annual rainfall of 1,326mm/52 inches.

Average Monthly Temperatures
Average Maximum Temperature Average Minimum Temperature
Average Monthly Rainfall
PlaceMin TempMax TempAvg TempRainfall
Alafaya 18 29 23 1,398
Allapattah 22 30 26 1,963
Boca Raton 21 29 25 1,672
Bonita Springs 19 30 25 1,572
Boynton Beach 21 29 25 1,672
Bradenton 19 29 24 1,389
Brandon 19 29 24 1,519
Cape Coral 19 30 25 1,572
Clearwater 19 29 24 1,519
Coconut Creek 22 29 25 1,663
Coral Springs 22 29 25 1,663
Davie 22 30 26 1,963
Daytona Beach 17 27 22 1,397
Deerfield Beach 22 29 25 1,663
Delray Beach 21 29 25 1,672
Deltona 18 29 23 1,326
Doral 22 30 26 1,963
Fort Lauderdale 22 29 25 1,663
Fort Myers 19 30 25 1,572
Fountainebleau 22 30 26 1,963
Gainesville 15 28 21 1,457
Homestead 22 30 26 1,963
Jacksonville 15 27 21 1,463
Jupiter 21 29 25 1,672
Kendale Lakes 22 30 26 1,963
Kendall 22 30 26 1,963
Kissimmee 18 29 23 1,398
Lakeland 18 29 24 1,637
Largo 19 29 24 1,519
Lauderhill 22 29 25 1,663
Margate 22 29 25 1,663
Melbourne 19 28 24 1,386
Miami 22 30 26 1,963
Miramar 22 30 26 1,963
North Miami 22 30 26 1,963
North Port 19 29 24 1,330
Ocala 15 29 22 1,548
Orlando 18 29 23 1,398
Palm Bay 19 28 24 1,386
Palm Coast 17 27 22 1,397
Palm Harbor 19 29 24 1,519
Pembroke Pines 22 30 26 1,963
Pensacola 16 26 21 2,067
Pine Hills 18 29 23 1,398
Pinellas Park 19 29 24 1,519
Plantation 22 29 25 1,663
Poinciana 18 29 23 1,398
Pompano Beach 22 29 25 1,663
Port Charlotte 19 29 24 1,330
Port Orange 18 29 23 1,326
Port Saint Lucie 19 29 24 1,467
Riverview 19 29 24 1,519
Sanford 18 29 23 1,326
Sarasota 19 29 24 1,389
St. Petersburg 19 29 24 1,519
Sunrise 22 29 25 1,663
Tallahassee 15 27 21 1,594
Tamarac 22 29 25 1,663
Tamiami 22 30 26 1,963
Tampa 19 29 24 1,519
Wellington 21 29 25 1,672
West Palm Beach 21 29 25 1,672
Weston 22 30 26 1,963