St. Augustine Weather

We are lucky enough to get the best of both worlds in St. Augustine when it comes to the climate.

The late spring and summer can be a little hot, but a nice ocean breeze usually keeps things from being unbearable. From December through March we can see some cold temperatures and even the occasional freeze or flurry, but cold spells are usually short enough that we don't have to put the flip-flops away for very long.

A few facts about St. Augustine weather

  • On average, the warmest month is July.
  • The highest recorded temperature was 103°F in 1986.
  • January is the average coolest month.
  • The lowest recorded temperature was 10°F in 1985.
  • The maximum average precipitation occurs in September.

Seasonal Averages

 Month Average Low Average High 
 January  46 65
 February  47 67
 March  53 72
 April  58 77
 May  65 82
 June  71 87
 July  73 89
 August  73 88
 September  72 85
 October  64 79
 November  56 73
 December  49 67
 Month Average Precipitation 
 January 3.16 inches
 February 2.88 inches
 March 3.87 inches
 April 2.63 inches
 May 3.11 inches
 June 5.27 inches
 July 4.50 inches
 August 5.91 inches
 September 6.45 inches
 October 4.56 inches
 November 2.24 inches
 December 2.84 inches