You will be hard-pressed to find a location with as fantastic weather as Naples, FL. It is truly a tropical paradise. Green landscapes year-round, warm temperatures, sunny skies, and occasional showers. The Gulf of Mexico provides calmer, clearer and warmer waters making for great beach days all year long.
From December to March, the average temperature is 76 degrees with very little to no humidity or rain. When a cold front blows through in the winter, Naples temperatures are still 10-15 degrees higher than you'll find in Sarasota or Tampa. June to September will bring more humidity tamed by coastal breezes and average temperatures around 92 degrees. The highest recorded temperature in Naples was 99 degrees in 1986. We will have showers and storms in the late Spring and Summer, but they never go on all day. You will have sunny skies and great beach weather most of the day with the potential for rain, mostly in the late afternoon.
The two questions we hear the most are: "Is it so hot in the summer that you can't be outside?" and "What about hurricanes?" To answer the first question - You will often still see Neapolitans enjoying outdoor dining under shaded cover during the summer months. Manual labor outdoors in the summer sun can be taxing, we try to do those jobs before 10am or after 4pm. Evenings cool off when the sun begins to set. The true joy of our "off-season" is that we can still be out and about. We are not limited to indoor only activities and in the summer our wardrobe still looks the same: flip flops and shorts, or more importantly... never snow boots or hats and mittens. In regards to the question on hurricanes, consider the following. In the area of the world where you live, do you deal with major weather - Blizzards, Tornadoes, Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Hurricanes? Which of those come with no warning and which come with days of notice to prepare? It's likely we agree that Blizzards and Hurricanes are the ones that come with forewarning. Of those two, which do you think happen more often in their native areas? We hope this gives you some peace of mind.