Miami: the weather for today, Monday, July 10

Today's weather forecast in Miami for this Monday, July 10, indicates that temperatures will reach a maximum of 93 degrees Fahrenheit (34ºC) in the Magic City. For its part, the probability of rain will be 40% and clouds and clearings are expected, while wind gusts will reach a maximum of 10.56 mph during the day and 6.84 mph at night.

During the night in Miami the temperature will reach 79 degrees Fahrenheit (26ºC), while the precipitation forecast will be 20 and clear skies are expected. Wind gusts will be 6.84 miles per hour.

Likewise, the thermal sensation, that is, "real temperature" that is expected for this day will be 106ºF (41ºC) maximum and 106ºF (41ºC) minimum.

During this period of the year, the first rays of the Sun reach us at dawn at 06:36, while it sets on the horizon at 20:16. In total, we will have 14 hours of sunshine throughout the day.

The weather in Miami tomorrow

As for the weather in Miami tomorrow, the forecasts indicate that we will have few clouds with little chance of precipitation. Temperatures will vary between 79 and 93 degrees Fahrenheit (26 and 34ºC). And what about the rain tomorrow in Miami? With the latest update from the US National Weather Service and data from AccuWeather, it is estimated that the chance of precipitation tomorrow is 17%.

Weather in Miami for the next 7 days

If you do not want the day to surprise you and know what is expected of the weather in Miami for the next 7 days, here we leave you an estimate of the weather today. Keep in mind that the weather conditions in South Florida change from day to day, so we advise you to check our site daily.

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Precipitation balance month by month in Miami

According to the latest data from the United States National Weather Service, the rainiest season in Miami runs from late spring to summer, with fall and winter being the driest periods. As can be seen in the graph below, the months of August and September are the rainiest months.

The warmest and coldest months in Miami

The Miami climate arouses much envy in many other cities, with mild winters and not excessively hot summers, yes, the humidity in the hottest months is very high, which also increases the thermal sensation.

The hottest period in Miami happens around the month of August, where temperatures usually reach 87.3 °F (30.7 °C). For its part, the coldest period of the year coincides with the month of January, in which temperatures usually drop to 61.0 °F (16.1 °C).

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