Average Temperatures for Fort Lauderdale

When I ask buyers what made them decide to relocate to South Florida from other states, their reasons almost always include Florida’s year-round warm weather.  While the summer months may be uncomfortably hot for some, there are plenty of ways to keep cool and enjoy living in South Florida year-round.  Below is a chart of the average temperatures and precipitation for the greater Fort Lauderdale area.

Average temps for Fort Lauderdale

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4 Responses to “Average Temperatures for Fort Lauderdale”

  1. Teresa Boardman Says:

    I think I will have to visit you in December. 🙂

  2. Leanne Paynter Says:

    Really, it’s only June through September that can be uncomfortable at times and even then, usually only if you spend a lot of time outdoors in the middle of the day. The best months temperature-wise are November through April, which is probably why so many “snowbirds” are down here during that time.

    • Ella Mode Says:

      No, it gets crazy humid here at night all through the Summer – it’s always bad all summer. Beyond that, I still generally disagree with your opinion; but that is humanity!

      Now, your comment is so old and since we have climate change, you just might have been more correct for the time.

      So who’s with me, it’s awful here, even right now in late September?

      I want to wear fall boots so much! Sorry if I’m cranky. — I’m from MA, originally.


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