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The I-95 runs north from Miami, FL, about 70 miles northeast of Everglades National Park.
Although summers are hot and humid, the high temperatures are tempered by frequent thunderstorms. The summer wet season extends from about mid-May to November, with temperatures ranging into the low 90s (30 to 35 degrees Celsius). The majority of the year's average annual rainfall (nearly 60 inches, or 152 cm) falls during the wet season.
The winter dry season extends from about December to mid-May, with temperatures ranging from the low 50s to upper 70s (12 to 25 degrees Celsius) and low humidity.
The Atlantic hurricane season officially begins on June 1 and ends November 30.
Situated in south Florida, Everglades National Park lies within one of the most active hurricane areas of the United States. Visitors should be aware that all or part of the park may be closed before, during, and after severe weather events.
The park was established in 1947.
This map shows the current & 7-day weather forecast, weather alerts, and weather radar for Everglades National Park.