There is no known record of frost, ice, sleet, or snow in Key West. What's the weather like where you live? Expecting a tough winter season this year? Chances are, wherever you are – the weather is nicer here in Key West. Grab your shorts, t-shirt and flip-flops and discover why Key West is the perfect spot for your next vacation! Come enjoy some of the world's best fishing, snorkeling and diving – or just sit back and relax in the beautiful Key West sunshine.
Shorts & Flip-Flop weather year-round . . .
Key West's climate is mild due to the Gulf Stream in the Straits of Florida. The Gulf of Mexico to our west and north also has mellowing effects on our climate. The average temperature during the winter is only about 14 degrees lower than in the summer and our daily variations throughout the year average only about 10 degrees. December through April is typically full of sunshine and slightly less than 25% of the annual rainfall. June through October is normally 53% of the yearly total in numerous, short showers and thundershowers.
We're waiting for you in beautiful Key West . . .
"Let's leave town on a permanent vacation, lock up the house, pack up the station wagon, make paradise our final destination, as long as we're outta here. Come on baby let's get outta here, cruise down A1A, hang out in Key West a little while."
Poets and authors write about Key West, artists paint it, and musicians sing about it. Key West's weather is what brings so many visitors to this island-city. It's hard to believe that the hottest it's ever been in Key West is 97°F (36°C). That was more than a century ago in 1880. The all-time record low for Key West is 41° F (5°C) set in 1981. In the middle of summer, the average high in Key West is 89°F (32°C). Add a warm, tropical breeze and you have the makings for a beautiful Key West vacation.
*temperatures are approximate
The water is warm – jump right in!
Surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean, our water temperatures are usually very comfortable – even for the locals! In the winter months, scuba divers may opt to wear a "shortie" but most divers do not. If you're visiting from from the north (and almost every place is north of Key West!), you'll find the water temperature great year-round.
*temperatures are approximate
GOING, GOING, GONE!
The nightly sunset celebration at Mallory Square is not to be missed. It's definitely on the TOP 10 list! This festival starts about 2 hours before sunset and winds-down as the sun sinks into Gulf of Mexico. The harbor front fills with local musicians, magicians, fire-jugglers, psychics, artists, and one-of-a-kind entertainers like you've probably never seen before. Food and beverage vendors offer conch fritters, coconut drinks, popcorn and key lime treats – all while waiting for the sun to sizzle into the horizon.
*times are approximate
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