Heat exhaustion can affect anyone, especially young children and the elderly. Symptoms include mild muscle cramps to dehydration. If you feel faint, head for air conditioning and start drinking fluids. Also keep in mind that Florida is the lightning capital of the United States. Afternoon storms start and stop quickly and often without much warning. However, most parks and some other public places are equipped with lightning detectors. Heed the saying, “If thunder roars, go indoors.” Hurricane season runs June 1–November 30, but there is no need to worry as your hotel (and the local news) will keep you well informed. If you plan a trip during hurricane season, it’s wise to buy travel insurance.