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Alexandra Gomez Weather Blogs #1 MIAMI, FL Miami, FL Current Forecast March 23, 2018 The current forecast for Miami, Florida is mostly sunny with an expected high of 75 degrees Fahrenheit and a low of 59 degrees Fahrenheit. For the 23rd, there is currently a 0% chance of precipitation. There will be relatively clear skies all day. Miami will experience similar weather for the coming weekend. Furthermore, there will be a fair amount of wind on Friday, averaging about 8 mph. Miami will only experience about 57% humidity, which is relatively low for the coastal city. In March, miami only experiences about 2.9 inches of precipitation for the entirety of the month. Though higher than the January and February averages (1.6 and 2.2 respectively), it is still lower than upcoming April and March (3.1 and 5.4 respectively). Miami experiences mild temperatures in the month of March partly due to cooling winds coming in from the ocean. Because temperatures are typically lower in March than other months, Miami experiences less rain as there is less evaporation. As can be seen in the map below,Miami is experiencing little cloud coverage and mostly clear skies. Miami, FL Weekend Forecast March 24, 2018 - March 25, 2018 This Saturday, Miami is set to experience a particularly sunny day. It ranks a 10 out of 10 on the UV index. Though there will be a few clouds, it will be mostly sunny. Furthermore, Miami will experience an
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