About St. Augustine
The city is a popular travel destination, for its Spanish colonial-era buildings as well as elite 19th century architecture.
The city's historic center is anchored by St. George Street, which is lined with historic homes from various periods.
Most of these homes are reconstructions of buildings that had been burned or demolished over the years, though a few of them are original.
St. Augustine, Florida has a humid subtropical climate - typical of the Gulf and South Atlantic states.
The low latitude and coastal location of St. Augustine gives the city a mostly warm, sunny, and winterless climate.
Like much of Florida, St. Augustine enjoys a high number of sunny days, averaging 2900 hrs annually.
Unlike much of the USA, St. Augustine's driest time of year is winter.
There are essentially two seasons in St. Augustine, the hot and wet season (late May through October) and the warm and dry season (November through April).