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If you are considering visiting Naples in Florida, among the main things that are likely to strike a chord will be the sun, warm climate, wonderful seashores, flawless waters and possibly the multiple golf courses in the vicinity. The incredible thing about Naples and the surrounding area is that, given the tropical climate, you can do all that you\'re looking forward to pretty much throughout the entire year! 

Summers are blistering with up to 92°F(33°C) and even in winter you will barely ever observe temperatures underneath 60°F (15°C). The Gulf of Mexico welcomes you to swim throughout the entire year, although it may be a little chilly at its coldest water temperature of 67°F (19°C) in winter. From December to April it is drier in Naples. From May to November you can expect some downpours as well as extreme dampness from the humidity, particularly in the sweltering summer months. From pre-fall until fall it\'s the storm season- be alert if visiting then.

Current Weather Naples

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Averages Naples

  J F M A M J J A S O N D

High °F

76° 77° 79° 83° 88° 90° 92° 92° 90° 86° 81° 77°

Low °F

56° 59° 61° 65° 72° 74° 76° 76° 76° 72° 66° 59°

Sun

10 11 12 13 14 14 14 13 13 12 11 10

Rain days

3 2 2 3 6 13 13 16 12 5 2 2

Water °F

67° 67° 72° 77° 83° 86° 88° 88° 86° 81° 74° 68°


Naples Weather by Month

Best Time to Visit Naples

You will in all likelihood have the ability to completely appreciate a get-away in Naples whatever the time of year. Contingent upon your weather preference, you may find that certain months suit you better. From November until April, for instance, you can appreciate milder temperatures together with less stickiness and less downpour. \r\n\r\n

From late February until early April you are likely to encounter many spring breakers making a beeline for the south of Florida to appreciate a portion of the excellent Gulf Shore. The major spring break parties though will be on across the Florida peninsula in Miami (about a 2 hour drive away) and Naples isn’t known as a party destination. It’s particularly popular with snowbirds from the north over the winter months.\r\n\r\n

The late spring months are more blazing, progressively sticky and it can rain severely. In any case, when there are torrential downpours, they infrequently last longer than an hour and some downpours can be welcome when it\'s so hot.

Things to know about Naples

Naples is often referred to as the “Golf Capital of the World” given the vast number of golf courses, both public and private, in the vicinity. 





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