In most of the United States, people are hunkering down for the coldest part of winter. But in South Florida, the temperatures are rising, the sun is shining, and residents are getting ready once again for swim season to arrive.
The southernmost parts of Florida never really get that cold. While the temperatures may dip into the 60s or even the 50s at night, during the day it’s usually warm enough to swim, with perhaps a day here or there when it is too breezy.
Envy of the Nation
Wintertime is when Florida really takes center stage. People all over the country look with envy at the warm temperatures, sunny skies, and comfortable humidity that adorn South Florida in January and February.
In sharp contrast to where most people live, South Floridians can enjoy some of the best weather of the year in the middle of winter. There isn’t the heavy humidity or uncomfortably high temperatures to deal with. Instead, usually it is just day after day of pleasant, sunny weather.
Pool Season Begins
So when does pool season begin? In some parts of Florida, it never really ends. In fact, winter is when the region is flooded with tourists from all over the world seeking to enjoy the nice weather. Typically, resorts, theme parks, and other Florida attractions enjoy their busiest season in winter.
As you go further north, the pool season begins later and later in the winter. Depending on the year, it could be March or even early April until the weather is reliable enough to reopen pools. But it still arrives earlier than it does in most places, where pool owners have to wait until late May or early June to go swimming.
Whatever the weather and wherever you live in South Florida, the experts at Eagle Pools are ready and able to get your pool in optimal condition. Enjoy safe, comfortable swimming right in your own backyard with the help of the experienced, knowledgeable technicians at Eagle Pools.