Orlando Travel Guide


Epcot Center

Being in a southern state, Orlando is generally very warm, with annual temperatures in the 70s Fahrenheit (20s Celsius). Being so close to the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean also means Orlando is generally humid, especially during the summers, which are often rainy. In summer visitors should be prepared for occasional rain as well as for sun. Even with lengthy pauses between rains and mid summer temperatures ranging between the mid 80s-Fahrenheit (high 20s Celsius) and the low 100s-Fahrenheit (high 30s Celsius), Orlando doesn’t often experience dry heat. That said, it is always a good idea to carry sunscreen and extra water to ward off heat stroke and dehydration. This is especially true for children when standing in the many lines at the parks.

Temperatures during the winter months are more comfortable, averaging in the low to mid 60s Fahrenheit (between 15 and 20 Celsius). Be advised that weather can change quickly and it can get very hot, so be prepared. Check Orlando’s local 24-hour news channel, Channel 13, for current forecasts.

Those from more temperate climates should not let the higher temperatures discourage them from visiting this remarkable city, however, for Orlando is truly a wonder to behold. Beyond the sheer spectacle of this entertainment Mecca, Orlando’s location and climate prove favorable for a variety of vegetation, flowers and trees, which are often covered with Spanish moss.

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