Like most cities in Florida, Orlando is almost always sunny. The wet season (May to September) is hot and humid while the dry season (October to April) has less rainfall and mostly warm days. No matter what season you're traveling, always bring your trusty sunscreen and a light jacket. We'll help you prepare with A Guide To Packing For Your US Self-Drive Holiday.
Like Miami, Orlando is also vulnerable to being hit by hurricanes because of its geographical location. Hurricane season is between June to November. If you are planning to travel during these months, always check the weather updates on Hurricane Central.
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Summer holidays are between late July to early September. There are week-long breaks in early April (for Easter), in late May and late December (for Christmas).
In Florida, Susan B. Anthony Day is celebrated on February 15 while the Day After Thanksgiving is observed on the fourth Friday of November. Know more about holidays in Public Holidays In The USA.
With a theme park at almost every corner, “The City Beautiful” is one of the most popular destinations for holidaying families all year long. There is almost no shortage on tourists, so make sure you make early reservations on your accommodations and motorhome rentals, no matter what month you visit. Find great RV Parks and the best vehicle in Motorhome Rental Orlando.
The temperature rises to the 90's in June, July and August, which could also mean plenty of rainfall throughout Summer. You will be needing a rain jacket, warm clothes for the cool evenings and sunscreen for when you're outdoors.
It will still be hot and humid in September, when the hurricane season hits its peak. October gets less rainfall and cooler weather, and the temperature finally goes down to the high 70's in November. Don't forget to pack a light jacket, as well as your sunscreen when traveling during fall.
You can look forward to more pleasant weather in December, although the city will now be packed with tourists. January is the coolest month of the year, and February offers warm days and pleasant evenings. You'll still need sunscreen and this time, warm clothes will be a great idea.
The warmth returns in March and April, when temperatures can go back up to the low 80's. Expect more rainfall in May, as well higher humidity and sunnier days. A rain jacket is as important as sunscreen during Spring.
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