The all-time hottest weather temperature days in Miami, and the hottest temperature ever recorded in Florida.
These are the ten all-time hottest weather temperature days recorded in the city of Miami, Florida. The temperature data for Miami dates back to 1895. Miami is the second hottest weather city in the United states, with an annual average daily temperature of 75.6 degrees.
Despite that fact, the temperature in Miami has only reached 100 degrees once since 1895. The hottest temperature ever recorded in Miami, Florida is exactly 100 degrees, which occurred on July 21, 1942. Miami is also a very humid city, which the beach goers, vacationers and snowbirds don't seem to mind at all, as they flock to the Miami area every year, making it one the most popular tourist destinations in the United States.
The hottest temperature ever recorded in the state of Florida is 109 degrees. The record temperature occurred on June 29, 1931 in Monticello, which is in the Florida Panhandle, northeast of Tallahassee.
Going back to 1839, the earliest date that the city of Miami had a 90 degree day is March 2, 2003, when it was exactly 90 degrees. The latest date that Miami had a 90 degree day was November 6, 1992, when it was 91 degrees. Every date in the months of April through September dating back to 1839, have had at least one 90 degree weather day. In fact, every date from March 29th through October 10th has had at least one year when the temperature reached at least 90 degrees.
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10 All-Time Hottest Weather Temperature Days in Miami
1. July 21, 1942 - 100 degrees
T-2. June 22, 2009 - 98 degrees
T-2. July 3, 1998 - 98 degrees
T-2. August 1, 1990 - 98 degrees
T-2. August 9, 1987 - 98 degrees
T-2. June 4, 1985 - 98 degrees
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T-2. July 24, 1983 - 98 degrees
T-2. July 19, 1981 - 98 degrees
T-2. August 6, 1954 - 98 degrees
T-2. June 24, 1944 - 98 degrees
An odd statistical fact is that the city of Miami, Florida has had a 100 degree day, and nine 98 degree days, but has never had a 99 degree day.
The hottest month of the year in Miami is August, which has an average daily temperature of 84.0 degrees, followed closely by July at 83.9 degrees. The next hottest month in Miami is September at 82.7 degrees, followed by June at 82.5 degrees.
Miami had its hottest summer ever in 2017 with a mean average temperature of 85.8 degrees F. Miami had its hottest summer ever in 2017 with July 2017 the hottest July in Miami’s history. Not only the hottest July in the history of Miami, but the hottest month ever recorded with the average of 85.8 degrees F.
On Memorial Day, Sunday, May 27th, 2017, Miami hit an all time high for the date at 98 degrees F. Setting up a record hot year for Miami. This was the hottest temperature recorded in May for the city of Miami. Very hot considering the average May temperature if 88 degrees F.
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