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Climate Information

Marco Island and Naples Florida Climate and Weather Information

Marco Island and Naples have a tropical paradise climate where you can enjoy the beach, boating and outdoor activities year round.  The winters have an average high temperature in the upper 70's, with Gulf temperatures close to 70.  Winter is the "Dry Season" in South West Florida, which brings us clear sky's and calm waters.  The summer temperatures average about 90, and you can almost set your watch by the passing evening tropical rain.  In the summer the Gulf temperatures average in the mid 80's.

The following graph and table shows the monthly averages followed by a list of important weather related phone numbers and web sites.




MonthAvg. HighAvg. LowMeanAvg. PrecipRecord HighRecord Low
Jan 75?F 53?F 64?F 2.01 in. 88?F (2002) 26?F (1982)
Feb 76?F 54?F 65?F 2.17 in. 90?F (2003) 28?F (1981)
Mar 79?F 58?F 69?F 2.08 in. 91?F (2005) 33?F (1980)
Apr 83?F 62?F 73?F 1.99 in. 95?F (1965) 39?F (1971)
May 87?F 67?F 77?F 4.21 in. 95?F (2006) 52?F (1992)
Jun 90?F 72?F 81?F 8.18 in. 98?F (2004) 59?F (1984)
Jul 91?F 73?F 82?F 7.98 in. 98?F (2005) 62?F (1974)
Aug 91?F 73?F 82?F 8.05 in. 97?F (2002) 63?F (1973)
Sep 90?F 73?F 82?F 8.11 in. 99?F (1986) 59?F (1993)
Oct 87?F 68?F 77?F 3.60 in. 96?F (2009) 46?F (2000)
Nov 82?F 62?F 72?F 1.99 in. 93?F (2009) 31?F (1970)
Dec 77?F 56?F 66?F 1.53 in. 89?F (1982) 27?F (1983)


June through November is hurricane season. The following tables were obtained from the NOAA Extreme Weather information sheet, with updates available at It is important to keep this information in your storm kit. If you would like to receive a water proof laminated copy of this information, just contact us, and we will mail it to you.



AgencyWeb SitePhone
Florida Emergency Information Line   800-342-3557
Florida Division of Emergency Management 850-413-9900
Florida Department of Transportation 1-866-374-FDOT (3368)
International Hurricane Research Center 305-348-1607
Florida Department of Health 850-245-4321
Florida Office of Insurance Regulation 850-413-3140
Florida Office of Tourism 1-888-735-2872
Florida Department of Law Enforcement 850-410-7000
Florida Highway Patrol *FHP from any cell phone
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services 850-488-3022
Division of Animal Industry Emergency Links  
Governor?s Office 850-488-4441 or 850-488-7146
Department of Elder Affairs 1-800-96ELDER (963-5337)
Florida Attorney General 850-414-3300
Florida Department of Environmental Protection 850-245-2118
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission 850-488-4676
Florida Department of Veterans Affairs 727-319-7400
National Weather Service Forecast Office(Tampa Bay) 813-645-4111
National Weather Service Forecast Office(Key West) 305-295-1316
National Weather Service Forecast Office(Miami) 305-229-4550
National Weather Service Forecast Office(Melbourne) 321-255-0212
US Coast Guard, 7th District 1-800-874-7561
Seminole Tribe Police   863-983-2285 Fire 863-763-1581
Florida Power & Light Company Power Outage 1-800-4-OUTAGE (468-8243)
Lee County Electric Cooperative 1-800-282-1643
Peace River Electric Cooperative 1-800-282-3824
Progress Energy Power Outage 1-800-228-8485
Glades County Electric Cooperative 1-800-226-4024


Collier County Emergency Numbers
Emergency Management 239-252-3600
Emergency Hotline 239-252-8444
Sheriff 239-774-4434
East Naples Fire 239-774-7111
Everglades City Fire 239-695-2902
Golden Gate Fire 239-348-7540
Marco Island Police 239-389-5050
Marco Island Fire 239-389-5040
Naples Police and Fire 239-213-4844
North Naples Fire 239-597-3222
Big Corkscrew Island Fire 239-455-1204
Isles of Capri Fire 239-394-8770


National Emergency Numbers and Web Sites
American Red Cross 1-866-GET-INFO (1-866-438-4636)
Centers for Disease Control
Environmental Protection Agency
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) 1-800-621-FEMA (3362)
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA
National Weather Service
National Data Buoy Center
National Hurricane Center
National Oceanographic Data Center
National Coastal Data Development Center
NOAA Coastal Services Center
National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS)
US Department of Homeland Security


NOAAWatch is a website offering information about ongoing environmental events. NOAAWatch explains the role of NOAA in prediction, monitoring, and recovery from environmental hazards. It provides public access to current information on a number of environmental threats ranging from oil spills, to hurricanes and tsunamis, to space weather.


Mobile Phone NHC and NWS Weather Data
Graphical Tropical Weather Outlook RSS/XML feed
Website for PDAs and Smartphones
Mobile NHC home page in WAP (WML)


My Florida 511

When callers dial 511, the service automatically connects to the most local 511 service available from the current location. However, you can transfer to other Florida area 511 services from any Florida location. Through Florida 511, callers will be able to receive information on all interstate roads across the state, including: I-4, I-10, I-75, I-95, I-110, I-175, I-195, I-275, I-295, I-375, I-395, I-595, and Florida's Turnpike.  Callers can also transfer to a local 511 service for more detailed information and more road choices.  The My Florida 511 Website incorporates motion images from traffic cameras, e-mail alerts, public transportation information and customer feedback.

For more information, visit My Florida and the Florida Department of Transportation

NOAA Weather Radio

For a complete list of NOAA weather radio frequencies, please see the "VHF Radio Guide" in our "Boating Resources" section of our site.