What's the weather like in Orlando in March?
Orlando, in Florida, has a subtropical climate. It’s close to the Tropic of Cancer, which means there’s warm weather all year round. You'll have cooler temperatures in March than over summer, although it’s one of the driest months of the year. This is because March is in Orlando’s drier winter season, while summer is in the warmer and wetter summer. You'll get lots of sun if you're going in March. There’ll still be some rain, but it doesn't usually last for long.
The average high in Orlando is 25ºC in March, so it’s lovely and warm. Things can get quite cool in the evenings though, so you should bring some warmer clothes with you. Humidity’s low, while there’s 92mm of rain over seven days. You can expect 12 hours of daylight with nine hours of sunshine at a very high UV level, so don't forget to bring your sun cream. The sun goes down just before 6.30pm at the start of the March, which is closer to 8pm by the end of the month due to daylight saving.