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The Northeast Coast of Florida,  in the Jacksonville/Atlantic Beach/St. Augustine region enjoys year round warm temperatures. Basically, there are three seasons, Spring, Summer and Fall. Classified as a semi-tropical climate with hot and humid summers, the northeast coast receives lots of showers and thunderstorms in the summer, and cooling ocean breezes helps moderate temperatures. Thunderstorms are usually localized and short, and therefore do not interfere with outdoor plans too much. In winter, prevailing winds from the north keeps it a few degrees cooler than southern Florida. The rainy season runs May through October, with September generally being the wettest month. Winters are sunny, dry and mild with cool evenings.

 On average there are 24 days of each month in winter that are dry.

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     Month     

 High Temp 

 Low Temp 

 Rainfall 

 Ocean Temp 

January

65°F

45°F

3.16 in.

59°F

February

67°F

47°F

2.88 in.

57°F

March

71°F

52°F

3.87 in.

62°F

April

77°F

58°F

2.63 in.

71°F

May

82°F

65°F

3.11 in.

76°F

June

86°F

70°F

5.27 in.

79°F

July

88°F

72°F

4.50 in.

80°F

August

87°F

72°F

5.91 in.

82°F

September

84°F

71°F

6.45 in.

82°F

October

79°F

64°F

4.56 in.

74°F

November

73°F

56°F

2.24 in.

68°F

December

67°F

48°F

2.84 in.

61°F