Miami Beach

By: Paul Rice

temperature high and low, rain percentage, and wind direction and speed


Today May 24


87°F

75°F

Isolated T-Storms


CHANCE OF RAIN:30% WIND:NE at 9 mph





Sat May 25


85°

72°

Partly Cloudy


CHANCE OF RAIN:20% WIND:NE at 17 mph





Sun May 26


80°

74°

Partly Cloudy


CHANCE OF RAIN:0% WIND:NE at 15 mph





Mon May 27


83°

77°

Isolated T-Storms

Memorial Day Forecast


CHANCE OF RAIN:30% WIND:ENE at 16 mph





Tue May 28


84°

77°

Isolated T-Storms


CHANCE OF RAIN:30% WIND:E at 16 mph





WedMay 29


85°

77°

Isolated T-Storms


CHANCE OF RAIN:30% WIND:E at 17 mph





Thu May 30


84°

76°

Isolated T-Storms


CHANCE OF RAIN:30% WIND:E at 17 mph





Fri May 31


83°

76°

Scattered T-Storms


CHANCE OF RAIN:40% WIND:E at 17 mph





Sat Jun 1


83°

76°

Scattered T-Storms


CHANCE OF RAIN:60% WIND:E at 15 mph





Sun Jun 2


84°

77°

Scattered T-Storms


CHANCE OF RAIN:60% WIND:E at 14 mph





Natural Disasters in Miami Beach

Worst Natural Disaster- Hurricane Sandy

All types of Natural Disasters-

Earthquake Index, #663

Miami Beach, FL


0.00

Florida


0.01

U.S.


1.81

The earthquake index value is calculated based on historical earthquake events data using USA.com algorithms. It is an indicator of the earthquake level in a region. A higher earthquake index value means a higher chance of an earthquake.

Volcano Index, #1

Miami Beach, FL


0.0000

Florida


0.0000

U.S.


0.0023

The volcano index value is calculated based on the currently known volcanoes using USA.com algorithms. It is an indicator of the possibility of a region being affected by a possible volcano eruption. A higher volcano index value means a higher chance of being affected.

Tornado Index, #617

Miami Beach, FL


161.59

Florida


185.89

U.S.


136.45

Land Characteristics

Miami has weathering, erosion, and deposition


Miami's characteristics-The less sloping Miami soils are used mainly for corn, soybeans, or winter wheat. The steeper areas are used as pasture, hayland, or woodland. Significant area has been converted to residential and commercial uses. There are 794,994 acres (3,217 km2) of Miami soils mapped in Indiana.

Pictures of Miami Beach

Animals

Python, Alligator, and Northern Mockingbird

Plants

Chalice Vine, Flowering Banana, Aztec Lily