What’s the weather like in Florida in March?
Florida in the southeast of the United States, close to the Tropic of Cancer. It’s nicknamed the ‘Sunshine State’ thanks to its great weather. Temperatures are high all year round, although you’ll find things are a bit cooler in March compared to the summer. You’ll still get lots of hot and sunny weather if you’re going at this time though. It’s a great time to visit as it’s also one of the year’s driest months. Florida’s weather is subtropical in the north and tropical in the south, while the peninsula separates the Gulf of Mexico from the North Atlantic Ocean. All this water helps keep things relatively stable.
The average high in popular Miami is 25ºC in March, and things stay nice and warm in the evenings, which cool to 18ºC. The sea temperature is 24ºC, which is great for swimming, while humidity’s low. There’s 53mm of rain over six days, and you can expect 12 hours of daylight with nine hours of sunshine each day. Remember your sun cream as UV levels will be very high. Sunset’s just before 6.30pm at the start of March, and this is pushed back to around 7.30pm partway through the month because of daylight saving.