What’s the weather like in Fort Lauderdale in February?
Sitting along the North Atlantic coastline of Florida’s peninsula, Fort Lauderdale is a coastal city in the southeast United States. It has a humid subtropical climate which brings warm weather all year round, as well as quite a lot of rain. February is one of the driest months of the year though, with most of the wet weather arriving over summer. Despite being winter, temperatures in Fort Lauderdale are great at this time of year, making the city ideal for escaping the cold of the UK.
In February, the average high temperature in Fort Lauderdale is 24ºC, perfect for spending the day at the beach or exploring inland. When it’s time to cool off, the sea measures an inviting 24ºC this month. As well as your beach clothes, you’ll need to bring a light jumper or cardigan for evenings out, as the temperature dips to 15ºC at night. Rain’s forecast on seven days across February, with a total of 65mm expected, meaning although some wet weather’s likely, it won’t ruin your holiday.