Weather in Everglades
Everglades National Park has two main seasons. The dry season, from December to April, has lower temperatures, humidity, and a corresponding lack of mosquitoes. The rest of the year falls into the wet season, and the park can be extremely uncomfortable (and uncrowded) during this time, due both to high temperatures and humidity and battalions of mosquitoes. In addition to the normal discomforts of the wet season, the Atlantic Hurricane Season runs from June through November and can cause problems up to and including park evacuations and closings.
Averages and Records at Everglades
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All temperatures are reported in Fahrenheit. All precipitation is reported in inches.
Last Updated on April 10, 2020