Miami climate and weather in May, June, July and August.


Are you planning your summer holiday and thinking of Florida, specifically Miami as a destination? Has anyone recommended this as a time to visit the city?

Let’s go through our detailed guide to see what the weather will be like in Miami in May, June, July and August.

Miami, given its location has a tropical-type climate, with mild winters and hot, sultry summers. Here are the details of the months in spring/summer.

May and June in Miami.

These days the weather in Miami starts to get quite hot, with nighttime lows reaching an average of 23 degrees and highs now above thirty. The weather in these months starts to become quite humid and rainfall is frequent, especially in June, although it must be said that it is mostly in the form of short, intense showers and therefore the sun is rarely overcast for long.

The waters of the sea for bathing are pleasant, just as they are throughout the year, and these months provide an extra option for making the heat and humidity bearable.

So if you were thinking of a holiday in Miami during this period, you should know that it is absolutely feasible, but if heat and rain is not in your plans, perhaps it is better to aim for the winter months, which are not bad here.

July and August in Miami

July and August are by far the hottest months in these parts, the mugginess is a habit and the ocean water temperature hovers around 30 degrees. Rainfall during this period is abundant, in line with June, although it can be more intense. Occasionally there is a bit of wind, which gives a light breath of fresh air to the hot Miami summer.

In summary, we can say that the summer months are perhaps the worst months to visit Miami, whether you want to sightsee or lounge on the beaches of Miami Beach. The heat, mugginess and rain can create a very uncomfortable mix.

Average temps Mag Jun Jul Aug
Miami M G L A
Min (°C) 21 23 24 24
Max (°C) 30 31 32 32

Well, now that you have an idea of what the weather will be like in Miami in the summer, we invite you to take a look at what the weather will be like in the winter, or autumn.

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