What is the Weather Like in Naples, FL?

If you’re looking for some fun in the sun but want to avoid the crowds, consider a vacation in Naples, Florida. This destination is not as well-known as Panama City Beach or Orlando, but you’ll still find the gorgeous beaches, breathtaking nature, and mouthwatering food that you expect from a Florida getaway. When you’re planning your trip, you’ll need an idea of the weather to pack accordingly. Here’s an idea of what to expect when you’re staying in one of our luxurious Naples condo rentals.

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The fall season grants most of the United States a much-needed break from the summer heat, and conditions in Naples are markedly more bearable than in the summer months. In September, October, and November, highs range in the 70s and mid-80s, while lows get to the 60s and 70s. There’s still plenty of sunshine for you to jump in the water, and you’ll only need a light jacket for the evening breezes.

As far as rainfall, the autumn season brings in the dry time of year. September has a higher rain average at 6 inches, but October and November see significantly less rain at around 2 inches. Besides the occasional afternoon shower, there should be nothing standing in your way of experiencing the best attractions in Naples.


Winter is a popular season in Naples as Americans are trying to escape the bitter cold in their home states. Average high temperatures in December, January, and February stay in the 70s, while lows dip into the 50s. While it may be a bit too cold for swimming, you can still enjoy indoor and outdoor activities in Naples. Just pack a pair of long pants and a jacket for the evening.

Rainfall in winter is incredibly low, as it’s the middle of the dry season. Average rainfall for these three months is only about 2 inches, so there’s no need for an umbrella. You’ll be missing the snow that a lot of other states experience, providing a well-deserved break from the cold!


As the temperatures start to rise, Naples comes alive with the spring season. For March, April, and May, average highs range in the 70s and 80s, while lows stay in the 60s. Much like in the fall, you’re plenty able to enjoy some time in the water with nothing more than a light jacket or long-sleeved shirt for when the sun goes down.

The end of spring brings the wet season, so be prepared for some showers. Rainfall in March and April is still low around 2 inches, but in May, the average shoots up to around 5 inches. This is the start of near-daily afternoon showers, so plan to bring an umbrella or enjoy an indoor activity while the rain passes.


As you might expect, the summer in Naples is hot. June, July, and August experience average highs in the 80s and lows in the 70s. This time of year is when you’ll definitely want to take advantage of all the water around you! There also tends to be quite a bit of humidity, so staying indoors during the hottest part of the day might be your best bet.

Summer is right in the middle of the wet season, so you’ll definitely want an umbrella or raincoat for your trip. These months will see an average of 6 inches of rain, mostly in the form of an afternoon shower bringing in slightly cooler temperatures for the evening. This is a great chance to relax and unwind before heading back out for the evening.

While Naples experiences varied temperatures throughout the year, conditions, in general, are pleasant and allow you to take advantage of all the best attractions in the area. When you’re planning your trip, contact us for more information on our Naples pet-friendly rentals and all of our other available accommodations.