West Palm Beach is South Florida’s oldest municipality, having been incorporated as a city 2 years prior to Miami. The epitome of luxurious elegance, West Palm Beach has been the playground of the rich and the beautiful for over 50 years, and magical sights like the Centennial Fountain and Clematis Street, plus the exceptional beaches make it a thrilling destination today.
Recent water temperature for West Palm Beach is: 72°F
Water temperatures rise from about 70F in March to about 87F in August, and by May the water is as warm as a heated swimming pool making it ideal for swimming, sailing and the exceptional scuba diving for which the area is known. The lowest water temperatures of around 69F in January are still perfect for the world class fishing around Boynton Beach Lake.
Climate for West palm beach
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14 Days Weather Forecast for West Palm Beach in Florida
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Best time to visit West Palm Beach
Just 13.7 miles from North Palm Beach County Airport, and 23.2 miles from Boca Raton airport, it’s easy to reach West Palm Beach from anywhere in the world.
The wonderful climate sees warm sunny days and temperatures from 75 to 85 throughout the year so any time is ideal to visit. Wet season from May to October has higher humidity and coincides with the official hurricane season, though this doesn’t mean that hurricanes occur every year or even frequently. Dry season is November to April, but West Palm Beach enjoys consistently good conditions at all times of year.
Sightseeing in West Palm Beach
Be sure to visit Clematis Street to experience the exciting West Palm Beach nightlife scene, or visit the green market on the waterfront. The beautiful beaches are a huge attraction, and South Florida Science Museum or Palm Beach Zoo are perfect for days out with the family.
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