Here’s why dry season hasn’t started just yet.
September normally is one of our wetter months across Central Florida.
It’s the top 10 warmest on record for Orlando, Melbourne, Sanford, and Daytona Beach.
This is not the usual summertime pattern for Central Florida.
The heat index combines the actual air temperature to the amount of moisture, or humidity, in the air.
August is the month when we see the tropics start to get more active in the open waters of the Atlantic and it can stay busy through October.
Tropical Depression 3 has weakened into a remnant area of low pressure.
We have yet to hit the peak of hurricane season.
Central Florida is going to be feeling near record heat.
Orlando, Melbourne, Sanford and Daytona Beach are all wetter than average.
Now is a great time to get you and your family.
Rainy season typically begins by the end of the May.
This isn’t good news because Florida’s wildfire season picks up during the month of April.
A look back at the highs and the lows.
Rain in Central Florida has been spotty to start 2019.
Astronomical seasons can fluctuate from year-to-year.
Meteorological winter (December through February) finished wetter and warmer than average in Central Florida.
Afternoon highs have been running nearly 10 to 15 degrees warmer than average.
The unsettled, rainy weather has been thanks to a weak El Niño in the Pacific Ocean.
A series of cold fronts started swept through Central Florida.