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2015 Long-Range Weather Forecast for Palm Bay, Florida

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(Nov. 2014 - Oct. 2015)

Complete 2015 Long-Range Weather Forecast for the Florida Region, November 2014 to October 2015 includes week-by-week details.

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JULY 2015: temperature 84° (1° above avg.); precipitation 8.5" (2" above avg.); Jul 1-5: Daily t-storms, seasonable; Jul 6-8: Sunny, hot; Jul 9-14: Scattered t-storms, warm; Jul 15-17: Tropical storm threat; Jul 18-22: A few t-storms, seasonable; Jul 23-31: Isolated t-storms; hot north, seasonable south.

AUGUST 2015: temperature 83° (1° above avg.); precipitation 8.5" (3" above avg. north, 1" below south); Aug 1-8: Daily t-storms, cool north; scattered t-storms south; Aug 9-11: Sunny, hot north; isolated t-storms south; Aug 12-21: A few t-storms, seasonable; Aug 22-25: Sunny, hot north; scattered t-storms south; Aug 26-31: A few t-storms north, sunny south; hot.

Annual Weather Summary: November 2014 to October 2015

Winter will be colder and rainier than normal. The coldest temperatures will occur in early January, with other cool periods in mid- and late January.

April and May will be hotter than normal, with below-normal rainfall in the north and above in the south. Watch for an early tropical storm in mid-May.

Summer will be hotter than normal, with the hottest periods in late June, early to mid-July, late July, and late August. Rainfall will be above normal in the north, but a bit below normal in the south. Watch for a tropical storm threat in mid-July.

September and October will be warmer than normal. Rainfall will be below normal in the north and above in the south. Watch for a hurricane threat in mid- to late September.

Temperature and Precipitation November 2014 to October 2015

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