“There is no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather.”
– John Ruskin
This time of year starts to get colder for much of the U.S. When your skies start turning gray, it’s time for you to begin planning your escape to South Florida!
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Welcome to Boca Raton:
It’s Beautiful All Year-Round
There’s something to be said for the magic of South Florida. Disney World is nearby in Orlando. Miami is the hot party spot. Then there’s Boca Raton. Here you can find miles of beautiful beaches located outside of the bigger cities.
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How’s the Weather?
You could make a good case that Boca Raton really only gets three seasons. It doesn’t get cold enough in Florida to make that transition from fall into what most consider a “real” winter. It doesn’t snow, doesn’t freeze, and the temperature rarely falls below 60 degrees.
Rather than divide the year into traditional seasons, Boca Raton’s weather can be better understood in three phases.
January – April
These months are somewhat of a winter/spring hybrid period. This is also the driest time of year. Outside of hurricane season, South Florida doesn’t see much rainfall.
The coolest months of the year are January and February. Temperatures range from the mid-70s throughout the day to high 50s by night. It feels like spring conditions in most other areas.
It starts to warm up in March and April when the highs approach the low 80s.
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May – August
May to August is summer in South Florida. It is hot, humid, and wet. Hurricane season begins in June and runs through November, so this is the time of year when we get the rainiest days.
Temperatures have reached the high 80s by May and peak in the 90s through July and August. Those who enjoy the warmer weather will be happy to learn that travel and hotels are typically cheaper during this season.
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September – December
The weather starts to stabilize during this time of year. While September and October are still pretty rainy, the temperature starts to drop by early fall. Peak hurricane season also falls during September and October, but other than that the weather is pretty nice.
November and December are still pretty warm, with average temperatures ranging from low 80s by day to low 60s at night. It is not uncommon to see people wearing shorts on Christmas day!
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Come On Down, The Water’s Fine!
Even the water temperature stays warm throughout most of the year. During the summer, it may rise to the mid-80s, but doesn’t typically fall below the mid-70s.
The beach areas in Boca Raton are:
- Isolated enough that you can enjoy the beach without a lot of people around.
- Clean & pristine: Nothing but sand for two miles.
- Calm & serene: With beautiful, undisturbed dunes and daily lifeguard presence.
You can check the webcam at the South Beach Park Pavilion to get an idea of current conditions.
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The Best Time To Visit
Though there’s never really a bad time to visit Boca Raton, the fall is definitely the best overall.
- Temperatures are cooler.
- It’s still warm enough to enjoy the ocean and the beaches.
- Travel and lodging accommodations are typically cheaper.
- There are tons of events going on!
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If you’re considering South Florida for a destination event, like a wedding or family reunion, now is an especially great time.
- Since flights and hotels are cheaper, this will be the most affordable time for your guests to travel.
- Fewer rainy days means better opportunities for beach photos and outdoor ceremonies.
- With lower humidity comes more good hair days. The less time you have to spend getting ready, the more time you can spend exploring the city!
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Must-See South Florida Sights
In addition to the beautiful beaches,
there is so much to see on your Boca Raton vacation.
Food & Drink
The area has a blossoming foodie culture, so you can have a great time eating your way around town. Why not make a day of it? Load everyone onto the party van – “sometimes called a party bus” – and make up your own “tasting tour.”
Feel fancy while you sip on mint lemonade from the Tin Muffin Café. This quaint lunch spot serves coffee, desserts, and light meals with a home-like feel.
Enjoy a snack or cocktail at the quirky Rebel House. Enjoy live music during Wednesday nights’ Midweek Melodies session. If you’re lucky, you might even score a free shot with your Rock, Paper, Scissors skills.
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Arts & Entertainment
Shopping, museums, and art galleries are some of the areas major attractions.
Boca Raton Fine Art Show:
November 3-4, 2018
Voted one of the top 100 art shows in America, this event features works from up to up to 175 renowned artists.
October 19-20, 25-27, 2018
Enjoy some spooky fun at this family-friendly Halloween festival. From arts and crafts to black light games, there’s something for kids of all ages. There’s even a Giant Robot Show!
What’s the best way to enjoy your Boca Raton vacation? By eliminating as much stress as possible. Personal concierge and that new limousine smell can work wonders on your state of mind! Sit back, relax, and leave the driving to the professionals.
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