Spring (March – May)
High Temperatures in the upper 80's. Lows possible in the 50's. Plenty of sunshine but spring showers are common.
You should be comfortable in dry swimwear, shorts and light clothing for the day and sweaters for the cooler evenings. Pool heat is recommended up till the end of April and a towel or robe close by when getting out of the pool.
Summer (June – September)
Daily temperatures can be in the upper 90's. Late afternoon thunderstorms possible, usually lasting only an hour and the rain is warm like a pleasant shower.
Why not have a siesta in the villa during the afternoon, returning to the parks in the evening to view the shows. Remember to cover up with high factor sun creams and drink plenty of water.
Autumn (October – November)
Plenty of sunshine with highs in the 80's and lows in the
60's. Ideal weather for those who don't want the extreme heat of the summer.
|You should be comfortable in dry swimwear, shorts and light clothing for the day and sweaters for the cooler evenings. Pool heat is recommended from November onwards and a towel or robe close by when getting out of the pool.|
Winter (December – February)
Temperatures are cooler but can still be in the 70's during the day with low temperatures in the evening around the mid 50's. You will still need swimwear and light clothing but take long sleeved clothing or jackets for the cooler evenings.
The native Floridians will be noticeable for their 'warm winter clothing' but its more like warm spring weather for those of us used to the UK.
Pool heat is a must and a towel or robe close by when getting out of the pool.
Average daily maximum temperatures
Average daily hours of sun