What’s the weather like in Florida in November?
Sitting close to the Tropic of Cancer in the southeastern United States, Florida has a wonderful climate with warm weather all year round. You’ll still get soaring temperatures in the ‘Sunshine State’ in November, which also marks the start of the dry season.
Florida’s peninsula splits up the Gulf of Mexico in the west from the North Atlantic Ocean in the east. You’ll get subtropical weather to the north of the state and tropical weather in the south. This means temperatures are high all year round, while things are kept relatively stable because there’s so much water around. Rains most likely over summer, so November’s a great month to visit if you prefer slightly cooler and drier weather.
Iconic Miami has an average high of 27ºC in November, and you’ll stay nice and warm in the evenings, which only cool to 20ºC. The sea temperature’s 26ºC, while humidity’s low. There’s 78mm of rain over nine days. You can expect 11 hours of daylight and seven hours of sunshine each day at a high UV level, so pack plenty of sun cream. Sunset’s at 6.40pm at the start of November, and moves forward an hour in the early part of the month due to the end of daylight saving.