Anna Maria Island Weather is gorgeous! Thousands of people get away from the harsh winters of home every year by visiting the island. But how does the weather really compare to other areas in the world?
Anna Maria Island Weather
As of right now (12:47 October 28th 2014) the weather report reads “ clear 86.5 degrees Fahrenheit Today is forecast to be NEARLY THE SAME temperature as yesterday.” so what about some other great cities of the world?
Nashville, Tennessee- Mostly cloudy 74.3 degrees Fahrenheit “Today is forecast to be MUCH COOLER than yesterday. Showers and thunderstorms.”
Paris, France- Overcast 51 Degrees Fahrenheit “Tomorrow is forecast to be MUCH WARMER than today. Showers ending by midday”
New York City, New York- Clear 64.8 degrees Fahrenheit “Today is forecast to be WARMER than yesterday.”
London, United Kingdom- 61 Degrees Fahrenheit “Tomorrow is forecast to be COOLER than today. Periods of light rain.”
Berlin, Germany- 49.3 Degrees Fahrenheit “Tomorrow is forecast to be NEARLY THE SAME temperature as today. Periods of light rain early tomorrow night”
Honolulu, Hawaii- 74.1 Degrees Fahrenheit “Today is forecast to be COOLER than yesterday. Morning showers.”
San Diego, California- 65.3 degrees Fahrenheit “Today is forecast to be WARMER than yesterday.”
So as you can see while the rest of the world is buttoning jackets to go outside here on Anna Maria were folding towels to go to the beach. So next time your scrapping ice from your windshield or shoveling snow from the driveway remember that there’s someone on Anna Maria laying by a pool right now with a cold margarita in their hand! So don’t wait until there’s salt on the roads to give us a call, do it today and that could be you by the pool building up a nice winter tan!
This is an information page that is used when there is a tropical storm headed for Anna Maria Island. The storm for this blog is specifically Tropical Storm Debby for Anna Maria Island. Island Real Estate does this for all tropical storms that show to be headed for Anna Maria Island.
UPDATE: 2:00 PM – Wednesday – June 27th – by Larry
Good bye Debby. Debby is officially over the Atlantic and no longer going to bother our little piece of paradise. It is a nice change of pace. Was not happy to see her arrive but happy to see her go. That is it for now, Anna Maria Island should be in tip top shape in the next few days. This will be my last post. Thanks so much to all for your kind words via email. I am happy to be your eyes and ears on Anna Maria Island! Thanks to the National Hurricane center for the picture below.
Anna Maria Island – Included in this article you will find a series of links about Anna Maria Island. The facts you will find are general in nature but could provide “Jeopardy” like questions regarding Anna Maria Island. For example, “Zero,” the question? How many Hurricanes have hit Anna Maria Island from 1950 to 2015? Another example, 74.8 Degrees F. What is the average temperature on Anna Maria Island? I think you now have the hang of it…
Anna Maria Island has three cities. This may not sound unusual however locals consider it interesting that we require three cities on a small 9 mile long by 10+ block wide island. Islanders are passionate about retaining our old Florida charm so there are plenty of volunteers to aide in decision making on the island. A Tale of three cities…
The Gulf waters become bath-like by the middle of the summer. It still offers fabulous refreshment, but each summer it still amazes me how warm the water becomes. Obviously as the ambient temperature increases so does the water temperature.
The word on the beach is that the weather is still extremely cold and nasty in most of the county. Imagine yourself spending your days on the beaches of Anna Maria Island soaking up the sun, swimming, enjoying water sports, or anything else that your heart desires. At night treat yourself to dinner and drinks at one of our exquisite Anna Maria Island restaurants.
Grab your beach chairs, pack up a cooler and spend the day at the beach. It is eighty six degrees outside, the average water temperature this time of year is eighty five, and the sugar sand beaches on Anna Maria Island have never been more beautiful. Pristine beaches as far as my eyes can see, and everyone is enjoying their favorite outdoor activities.
Anna Maria Island weather is beautiful year round!
Climate:If you are looking for up to the minute weather information about Anna Maria Island you can visit any weather web site and enter our zip code of 34216 for Anna Maria City or 34217 for Bradenton Beach and Holmes Beach. For a link to Anna Maria weather – WEATHER
Anna Maria Island Weather
The average year around temperature of Anna Maria Island weather is a perfect 75 degrees F. The Summer is perfect for dipping into the Gulf of Mexico where many consider it to be bath water since the Gulf waters average 84-86 degrees F. The Summer average temperature on the island is 80 degrees while the Winter temperatures are a bit cooler but perfect for a strong rigorous walk along the beach. Average Anna Marie Island winter temperature is 69 degrees F. If the perfect temperatures have not convinced you then visiting will.
Average Temperatures: (High) – [Low] degrees F
JAN : 72-50 // FEB : 73 – 51 // MARCH : 77 – 56 // APRIL : 82 – 60
MAY : 87 – 65 // JUNE : 90 – 70 // JULY : 91 – 72 // AUG : 91 – 72
SEPT : 89 – 72 // OCT : 84 – 65 // NOV : 78 – 57 // DEC : 73 – 51
You can see below that rainfall can be dramatically different from month to month however for most natives of the island we do not recognize much of difference between months. The summer late afternoons are cooled down by a quick 30 – 60 minute afternoon shower. If you are considering visiting Anna Maria Island during the summer and the rainfall bothers you don’t let it. The majority of the rain occurs in the late afternoon and frankly most of the time its a nice change of pace to the strong sunny mornings found on Anna Maria.
Average Rainfall : inches
JAN 2.8 : FEB 3.0 : MAR 3.0 : APRIL : 2.0 : MAY 3.2 : JUNE 7.4
JULY 8.8 : AUG 9.6 : SEPT 8.5 : OCT 3.1 : NOV 2.0 : DEC 2.4