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Old 11-13-2011, 07:51 PM
Location: Orlandooooooo
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Hurricane season : June - November 31st. I have seen tropical systems develop as early as April and in January (RARE) though. But dont worry about hurricanes. worry about an afternoon thunderstorm sitting on your for 2 hours o_0.

I'm gonna do Orlando since it's where I live.

January - COLD when coldfronts come through other wise temperate 60's,70's and 80's not as humid though. Rarely rains.
February - Cool, the same as January without 80's, but 80's are possible.
March - Hot, More 80's towards end of month. mostly 70's and very rainy or very dry. Can be cool too.
April - Hot,Humidity starts slowly towards end of April, rainy, temperatures in the 80's and maybe a 90 or two.
May - Hot, 80's 90's, Thunderstorms sometimes start in May.
June - Hot 90's 100 Indexes, Thunderstorms everyday (Literally whether it's 5 miles away or 15 from your location)
July - Hot,Exact same as June
August - Hot, Exact same as June
September - Hot,90's, less thunderstorms, still humid
October - Hot,80's and maybe 90's , rainy, and less humidity after about the middle/end of the month
November - Warm, This is a toss up month. 60's,70's,80's dry, less humidity or very mild humidity or can be downright COLD as coldfronts start back. (Cold being 50's and 40's for low temps)
December - Cool, 70's maybe an 80 or two, sometimes cold, but ususally temperate and dry with some rainy days.

Winter - November - March
Summer - April - October

Typical winter day is this.
wake up to the 50's or 60's no clouds, abundant sunshine, somedays windy, some days no wind just pure sunshine. Temp's max out in the high 60's and mid 70's. No or very little humidity. Nightfall comes temperatures cool down, no wind, drops back to the upper 40's or low 60's depending on the day of the cold front.

For instance coldfronts now are weaker than they will be. It's gonna be 84 tomorrow for a high and a low of 64. This can change to a high of 64 to a low of 52 or 49 easy. so it's a roller coaster

Typical summer day. start off in the upper 70's to low/mid80's some days. Temepratures jump to the mid to upper 90's everyday and occasionally low 90's depending on when the sebreeze comes in but it usually is at 90 before noon June - August. After 12 Pm in orladndo there is a 9 hour window for sea breeze thunderstorms. from 12 pm to 9 pm a thunderstorm or rain shower is possible at any given time for any duration, it depends on the weather set up. Temperature can drop from 95 with a head index of 110 to a temperature of 75 cause of a thunderstorm in 50 seconds. Those cold down bursts from the cloud tops set up severe weather and frequent lightning although again it depends on which breeze is stronger. Then the storms move West Towards Tampa or east towards Daytona, Melbourne. This happens everyday unless a rare high pressure system is in place or after a Hurricane sucks ups all the energy and the air is dry.

This is for Orlando. This will be completely different for the Panhandle, and completely different for South Florida. About the same for Tampa Bay area.

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