Sunshine is a commodity in Florida and business owners contemplating a move from Up North will find Hernando County has a plentiful supply in a comfortable subtropical climate.
Summers typically are very warm and rainy, and winters … ah, the winters … are cool and dry, with only occasional and short-lived freezing temperatures. Newcomers soon discover one of their new favorite winter traditions — watching The Weather Channel and reminiscing about shoveling snow!
Coastal breezes from the Gulf of Mexico on the west side of the county, and huge tracts of forest in the east, combine to produce an average annual temperature in Hernando County of 71 degrees.
This ideal climate provides year-round access to outdoor recreation on Florida’s Adventure Coast, where golfing, fishing, boating, hiking and biking are routine preludes to firing up the grill in time for a picture-perfect sunset.
The weather forecast in Hernando County is as sunny as the pro-business climate, and another compelling reason you will find Hernando County is …