East Central Florida Climate Information

 

Climate Products

 East Central Florida Climate Graphs  |  East Central Florida Wind Roses 

Daytona Beach Climate Reports Daily | Monthly/Daily | Monthly Summary | Record Event
Melbourne Climate Reports Daily | Monthly/Daily | Monthly Summary | Record Event
Orlando International Climate Reports Daily | Monthly/Daily | Monthly Summary | Record Event
Vero Beach Climate Reports
Daily | Monthly/Daily | Monthly Summary | Record Event
   
Fort Pierce Monthly/Daily Report Leesburg Monthly/Daily Report
Orlando Exec Monthly/Daily Report Sanford Monthly/Daily Report
Regional Temp & Pcpn Table Florida Temp & Precip Table
Supplemental Rainfall Reports  

Monthly/Daily (F6) Data and Normals/Extremes 

Monthy/Daily Temperature and Precipitation Data for selected east-central Florida cities. This is an archive of high and low temperatures, and precipitation amounts, for each day.  Orlando, Melbourne and Daytona Beach data begins in 1997, with additional locations added in the year 2000. 

Select the city, the month, and the year of interest here:

 

 

Please note that while we strive to make this data as accurate as we can, it is neither official nor certified.The National Climatic Data Center (http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov) is the source for official and certified data. If you are having trouble deciphering the format, please click here for help.

 


 

Normals & Extremes for selected east central Florida cities. These are the daily normals and record values for temperature and rainfall. These files are updated soon after the end of each month to update montlhy records. 

Select the city and month here:

 


 

Monthly/Seasonal and Annual Climate Summaries.  A written summary of the monthly, season and annual temperature and precipitation statistics for East Central Florida has been issued since September 2009. Select the the type of summary and year from the pull down menus below:

 


 

Normal Monthly Temperature and Precipitation for selected cities in East Central Florida based on the new period of record from 1981 to 2010.  Access to the 1971 to 2000 normals.

Storm Summaries & Surveys  When significant severe storms, or tropical systems impact on the east-central Florida area, we may summarize the event or produce a more detailed survey.

The Southeast Regional Climate Center has made local storm reports available. You can search back to find a report of severe weather in your area (SE States only)

If you need information regarding a specific storm on a specific date, you should go to the National Climatic Data Center.

The Daily Doppler Radar Estimated Rainfall Product, the USP -- User Selectable Precipitation, is produced each morning and is usually available by 10 AM.

 

 Additional Links

NWS Melbourne El Nino Home Page
NWS Melbourne Cooperative Weather Observer Page
Florida Climate Center (at FSU)
Amazing Florida Weather History Machine
Southeast Regional Climate Center
National Climate Data Center
Astronomical Data (Sunrise/Sunset, etc.)
Extreme Rainfall and Temperature Anomalies - Winter '97 - Summer '98
The NWS Cooperative Program

The Onset of the Wet and Dry Seasons in East Central Florida

East Central Florida Severe Weather Climatology 


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