"Miami is HOT." Miami Warnings Or Dangers Tip by ClariceStarling

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Now, I know that Miami is hot and I realize this isn't a major "news flash" for anyone. I live in North Carolina, which is also known for its oppressive heat and humidity; however, nothing could have prepared me for the weather in Miami. We visited in mid-May and the temperatures averaged in the mid to upper 90's with extreme humidity and frequent thunderstorms. I was often drenched in sweat just from walking from the hotel to the car. I took several showers and I went through several different outfits each day. For example, on the first full day I was there, I had to change into outfit #2 just after breakfast. If I visit Miami again in the future, I would plan to return during a cooler month. Due to the heat, I don't feel that I was able to enjoy the trip as much I could have otherwise. There were so many fun things to do, but I found myself more motivated to seek air conditioning or dive into the pool.

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  • Updated Apr 6, 2006
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