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The City of Naples enjoys tropical weather year-round, with average highs ranging from the mid-70's to mid-90's and average lows from the mid-50's to the mid-70's, depending on season.  With a record high of 99 (1986) and a record low of  26 (1982), we are rarely as hot as the rest of the United States and, thankfully, rarely as cold.  For most of the tourist season, December through April, we are also relatively dry with long, sunny days.

Yes, we get an occasional tropical storm.  Yes, it can get humid sometimes in the Summer (though afternoon rains will drop humidity for the evening).  But we generally have more than 300 days of sunshine a year, even though we have more annual rainfall than Seattle, Washington (they get a drizzle all year long, we get several inches in a half-hour downpour and the skies clear).