Gators, Grandmas and Good Insurance
Florida’s amazing warm weather is also its curse during the storm season. The hot and cold air collides to create a spectacular sky show which may or may not be welcome by locals and tourists alike. Let’s be honest, people flock to Florida to head to the state’s vibrant beaches and its theme parks; if you’re attending either of them, the last thing you want to worry about is bad weather!
Are you a visitor? You can plan your holiday around the weather. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) website gives a comprehensive 24-hour report including both land and marine weather conditions. Generally June, July, August and September are the wettest months to visit Florida; however, they’re also the warmest with daytime temperatures averaging in the 90s. After slightly cooler weather, consider heading to Florida from November to February where the daytime temperatures are in the 70s and there’s generally not more than two inches of rain for the month.
Irrespective of the weather, living in Florida is like living in a postcard almost every day. In the event you are settling into the state on a permanent basis, don’t forget to consider your options for Florida home insurance in addition to health, auto, and general liability insurance.