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How Often Does the Sun Shine in Miami?

The annual average sunshine level in Miami, Florida, plus the sunniest and least sunniest months of the year.

The average annual sunshine level in Miami, Florida is 70%. That means the sun is shining 70% of the time it could possibly be shining in Miami on a yearly basis. The rest of the time, during daylight hours, clouds cover the city and block the sun.

The sunniest month of the year in Miami is April at 76%, followed closely by March at 74%. Both May and July receives 72% sunshine, August gets 71% followed closely buy September and October at 70%.

The least sunniest month of the year in Miami is December at 63%, followed by January 66%. November receives 67% sunshine, and both February and June are at 68%.

Miami has one of the most consistent sunshine levels I've seen among cities in the United States. Its least sunniest month of December is at 63%, which is higher than the average sunshine levels of most cities in the United States. That's probably why Miami is such a huge tourist destination. I've been to Miami many times and cannot remember a day when the sun did not shine at least part of the day, at least before thunderstorms rolled in.

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How Does the Annual Average Sunshine Level in Miami Compare to Other Florida Cities

The annual average sunshine level of 70% in Miami is above average for all the cities in the United States. But in the state of Florida, a 70% annual average sunshine level is a little above average.

Key West - 76%

Orlando - 70%

Apalachicola - 66%

Tampa - 66%

Jacksonville - 63%

Pensacola - 60%

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Other United States Cities with 70% Annual Sunshine Levels

All these cities have the same 70% annual average sunshine levels that Miami, Florida has. That does not mean that any of these cities have the same climates as Miami, they just get the same amount of sunshine that Miami does on a yearly basis.

Abilene, Texas

Dodge City, Kansas

Milford, Utah

Wake Island, Pacific Ocean

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http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/online/ccd/avgsun.html

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Excellent information about a lovely city.thanks for sharing

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