Here are some online weather reports Florida visitors and residents may look for.
There's a good chance it's going to be warm and humid, like most Koppen Cfa climates (hot and humid summers and mild winters, where the coldest month averages 27° to 64°F, day and night). But are we gonna get rained on?
Here are the major cities in Florida with weather forecasts from Weather Channel USA or AccuWeather. You may also select forecasts directly from the National Weather Service if you desire.
You might want to get a bigger picture before you see detailed forecasts for any one place. Satellite and radar images give you an idea of what's around, and if you run the animation loops, you can see where they're expected to go. Here are some animated satellite and radar pictures for this state.
First is an animated satellite image for Florida, provided by AccuWeather.
Here's the radar imagery for the state so you can see where the rain is coming from and how intense it is. In both cases, hit the "Animate" button at the top.
Visiting this Place? What can you expect? There's a tropical climate in Florida, with mild winters and hot, humid summers. Both sunshine and rain showers are common in the state, especially in the summer. Three sides of the state are surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean, which modify temperatures, bring in moisture and influence the climate in general.
The summer heat in Florida can reach 90 degrees Fahrenheit (mid-30s Celsius), with high humidity making it feel even hotter. Summer also brings thunderstorms and hurricanes, which can bring heavy rain, high winds, and storm surges. The winters in Florida are mild, with daytime highs ranging from the low 60s to the mid 70s Fahrenheit (15-24 Celsius). Cold fronts, however, can bring occasional bouts of cooler weather, with nighttime temperatures occasionally dropping below freezing in northern parts.
Florida's climate is characterized by warm temperatures, high humidity, and plenty of rain, though making snow a rare occurrence. In the rare event that snow does fall, it's usually due to a very specific set of weather conditions.
If, for instance, there is a strong cold front moving through Southern Florida, and cold air from the north collides with warm, moist air from the Gulf of Mexico, it can produce snow, sleet, or freezing rain.
Snow can also be caused by a low-pressure system or a winter storm that tracks south. It is possible for a setup like this to bring cold air and moisture to the region, causing snowfall. How rare is it? Miami's last measurable snowfall was in 1977, so, yeah, snowfall is extremely rare in the region.
Florida weather can be found on a lot of websites. Here's a few:
-AccuWeather provides weather forecasts, radar maps, and severe weather alerts across the country. Travel and outdoor sports forecasts are also included.
-This second website and app provide weather forecasts, radar maps, and alerts for locations across the country. Major weather events are also covered on The Weather Channel.
-The official website of the government agency also provides weather forecasts, warnings, and other weather-related info. You can get detailed forecasts for cities and regions on the National Weather Service website.
Here's great alternative one.
-You can get real-time weather information and forecasts on Weather Underground. Also, it's got interactive radar maps, live streaming webcams, and a community section where you can share weather pictures. I especially like their Wundermap.
Here's today's Florida weather forecast. Here's your Florida weather forecast for major cities. Choose your favorite format and find your city.
That should cover all the major cities. Use the search feature on any of these web pages if your city isn't on the list above.
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