Video:Typical Northern Florida Weather Patternswith Jacob Taxis
Typical northern Florida weather patterns can be separated into two categories: the wet and dry season. Learn more about northern Florida weather patterns to plan your vacations appropriately.See Transcript
Transcript:Typical Northern Florida Weather PatternsHello. I'm Jacob Taxis for About.com. In this video, you will learn about typical weather patterns in Northern Florida. Florida is known as the "Sunshine State" but displays a wide-range of weather conditions year-round.
Northern Florida Has Wet and Dry Weather PatternsThere are two wet seasons in northern Florida. The first occurs between late winter and early spring. The second happens in the summer. Summer months in North Florida are very hot – with average high temperatures in the low nineties. The season is spotted with frequent afternoon thunderstorms and showers. Nearly half of North Florida's summer days include a rain shower. These brief rainfalls will usually lower the temperature by 10 to 20 degrees – creating some cool summer evenings.
Northern Florida Weather is Prone to Tornadoes and HurricanesAutumn is northern Florida's driest season. It is also the tail-end of the hurricane season with average high temperatures in the low seventies. Winter is northern Florida's primary wet season. Its average high temperature is a comfortable 64 degrees. Spring is North Florida's peak tornado season with average high temperatures in the mid-eighties and average low temperatures in the mid-sixties. Northern Florida's most favorable temperatures are found in the spring and autumn seasons.
If you're planning a visit to the northern Florida area, be sure to keep these diverse seasons in mind.Thank you for watching. For more, please visit About.com.
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