Charlotte County Florida is a sub-tropical climate with nearly perfect weather year around. The graph below shows the temperatures on an average monthly basis. The summers are tempered with a wonderful gulf breeze that typically soothes the afternoons with a westerly wind. The mornings usually begin with a east wind that shifts to the west by mid-afternoon. Charlotte County is on average 5 to 25 feet above sea level.
Measured at Punta Gorda, FL (elevation 20ft.)
At 5 to 25 feet above sea level, Charlotte County enjoys a climate characterized as sub-tropic where extremes of temperature in both summer and winter are checked by the tempering influence of the Gulf of Mexico. Prevailing winds are an easterly average of 12-18 mph.