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Orlando Weather in January

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January is the coldest month in Orlando but don’t look away just yet, the coldest month in Orlando means pleasantly warm highs of 72°F. It can get as cold as 52°F though, especially at night, so do bring a sweater! Even in January the Florida sun will be shining for over 6 hours each day and it hardly rains in January with only 4 rainy days on average. If you are also planning a trip to the nearby sea, be aware that it has a water temperature of 61°F in January. That’s probably too cold to swim in but the incredibly beautiful white sand beaches can be enjoyed at any time of the year regardless!

If you are planning to visit in early January when the kids are still off school, make sure to book early to get better deals as many families are planning the same. Whenever you visit in January, you’ll have the perfect conditions to explore the endless entertainment activities from Disney World to Legoland.

High and Low Temperature in January °F

Water Temperature in January °F

Current Weather Orlando

84°F moderate rain
Local Time

Hourly 10 Days

Averages Orlando

  J F M A M J J A S O N D

High °F

72° 74° 78° 83° 88° 90° 92° 91° 89° 84° 78° 73°

Low °F

52° 53° 58° 63° 69° 73° 75° 75° 74° 68° 59° 60°

Sun

6h 7h 9h 10h 10h 9h 9h 8h 8h 7h 7h 6h

Rainy days

4 4 5 4 5 12 13 14 11 5 3 4

Water °F

62° 59° 67° 72° 77° 80° 80° 81° 83° 78° 71° 65°

Orlando Weather by Month

Best Time to Visit Orlando

The subtropical climate in Florida means it’s beautifully warm all year round! Summers can get hot with highs of 92°F and it’s quite humid too so in case you are sensitive to humidity, best avoid the months between June and September. That’s also the rainy season in Orlando but usually there are only relatively quick passing rain showers. It’s really worth bringing a rain poncho as they will charge a lot for one in any of the parks.

Even in winter there are highs in the low 70s F - ideal for exploring the endless activities that Orlando has to offer! Rarely and particularly at night, Orlando can have lows in the low 50s F- so pack a jacket if travelling at that time of year! Spring and fall with temperatures in the high 70s F are a fantastic time to visit, especially if you’re planning lots of outdoor fun. Note that the hurricane season runs from August until October.

Things to know about Orlando

With 45.3 million visitors each year, Orlando, which is located in central Florida, is called the ‘capital of tourists’. It was only in the 60s when Orlando started to flourish. That was when Walt Disney had the crazy idea to build a gigantic theme park in the middle of the Florida swamp land. And so he did and many others followed him. Today Orlando offers around 50 different theme parks. Combined with the ideal weather conditions and beautiful landscape, it’s the No 1 travel destination in the US.

Here you will find a little handy summary of things to do while you are visiting:
Orlando Universal Studio plaza cars diner
Orlando Disney world magic kingdom Cinderella castle sky
Orlando monorail flowers lake disney
Orlando lake firekworks boat houses

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