Central Florida generally shares the state’s penchant for being sunny and sultry, a driving factor in the eternal popularity of Florida beaches.  Thunderstorms tend to be somewhat infrequent but don’t last very long when they do occur.  The wintertime can see temperatures become a little nippy as they plunge towards the 20s and 30s but certainly do not reach the near freezing temperatures found to the north.

Tourism favorites like Daytona Beach carry a humid subtropical atmosphere that can last until the fall season.  During the summertime, temperatures usually remain somewhere within the upper 90s which is probably a driving factor in spurring many people to visit the Daytona beachfront during the especially sultry summer season.

Summer may cause more people to head to the cool waters of the beach but it’s the pleasant spring seasons beginning in March that really attract the attention of beachgoers.  Unlike the summer which some may find stifling, springtime is known for its wonderfully cool evenings, the little to no humidity and the agreeably warm afternoons.


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