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a humid subtropical climate. Relatively cold months go from November to March.
However, during most of the year th weather is hot and humid and th effects
of the tropical climate are perceivable durign the winter. Most rainfall
occurs during the summer (hmid season) whereas winter is th dry season. The
hot and humid period goes from May to September.
season generally coincides with the humid season. In addition to its location
on the coast, at sea level, slightly above the Tropic of Capricorn, the climate
in Miami is also influenced by th Gulf stream, ensuring a temperate climate
all year long. Also during cold months, the cold air flowing in from the
northern states seem to stop in northern Florida, just before hitting Miami.
During a typical summer day the temperature never drops belw 21°C and reaches
30-35°C maximum. When the temperature reaches its peaks, it is often accompanied
by high humidity rates, btu thunderstorms and the breeze coming from the
Atalantic Ocean make the temperature easier to bear, even thought humidity
remains high. The humidity rate drops during the winter. The minimum temperature
drops to 15 degrees (repeatedly during the winter, in particular during the
month of December and January), wherea s temperature peaks range from 22
to 24°C. Needless to say, the high season concentrates during the winter.
However, many tourists, especially from Europe and Italy, visit Miami also
during the summer.
the South Florida metropolitan area is the second metropolitan area in the
world regularly affected by hurricanes. The hurricane season officially begins
on June 1st and ends November 30th. The most dangerous period ranges from
mid August to the end of September. The 2005 season was marked by the highest
number of hurricanes ever, and some even reached Miami. The 2012 season saw
no relevant hurricanes, just a series of tropical storms with only a marginal
involvement of Miami, which saw a constant flow of tourists.