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As a result of climate change, the changes in the weather are more constant, which means that in a single day there can be high temperatures, constant rains as well as strong frosts; take precautions and find out the weather forecast for today August 27 in Miami.
The weather for this Sunday in Miami will reach 32 degrees, while the minimum temperature will be 26 degrees. The UV index forecast is 9.
Regarding rain, the probability of precipitation for said city will be 40%, with a cloudiness of 67%, during the day; and 25%, with a cloudiness of 41%, throughout the night.
Meanwhile, the gusts of wind will reach 26 kilometers per hour during the day and 16 kilometers per hour at night.
Miami is one of the most important cities in the United States, it is located south of Florida, on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.
The climate in this American city is mainly tropical, with the monsoon subtype, that is, it registers high temperatures all year round, with a small dry season and a predominantly rainy season.
In July is when the highest temperatures occur, while in January is when the frosts arrive.
The heaviest rainfall in Miami occurs during the summer, while the dry season is in winter.
Due to its geographic location, Miami constantly suffers from hurricanes, whose season regularly runs from June to November.
By occupying a large extension of territory, the United States reports a great variety of climates, almost all of them.
On the eastern side of the United States, two core climates dominate: the humid subtropical and the humid continental.
In the northeast of the United States, the most important climate is the humid continental one, which is characterized by constant rains throughout the year that become storms during the summer and snowfalls during the winter.
In the southeastern United States, the prevailing weather condition is the humid subtropics, with warm summers, cool winters, and abundant rainfall.
On the western side of the United States, there are at least three major prevailing climates: semi-arid, arid, and Mediterranean.
The semi-arid climate, in its cold subtype, covers the most central part of the West and from north to south of the United States, characterized by low rainfall and low temperatures.
The southwestern United States is where the arid climate is present, both in its cold and warm subtypes. In the cold arid, the winters are icy and the summers are mild, while in the hot arid the summer registers extremely high temperatures and in the winter the weather is mild. In both cases rainfall is scarce.
The Mediterranean climate occurs in the most coastal area of the American West, from north to south and is characterized by its mild and rainy winters, plus its dry and hot summers.
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