Summer vacation 2018 (science part)

IN Miami Beach, Florida Madison Dowdell

10 day Forecast rain percentage chance and wind direction and speed


  • TodayMay 24


    87°F

    75°F

    Isolated T-Storms


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

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    SatMay 25


    85°

    72°

    Partly Cloudy


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

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    SunMay 26


    80°

    74°

    Partly Cloudy


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

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    MonMay 27


    83°

    77°

    Isolated T-Storms

    Memorial Day Forecast


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

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    TueMay 28


    84°

    77°

    Isolated T-Storms


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

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    WedMay 29


    85°

    77°

    Isolated T-Storms


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

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    ThuMay 30


    84°

    76°

    Isolated T-Storms


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

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    FriMay 31


    83°

    76°

    Scattered T-Storms


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

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    SatJun 1


    83°

    76°

    Scattered T-Storms


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

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    SunJun 2


    84°

    77°

    Scattered T-Storms


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

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Natural Disatters in area

TypeCountTypeCountTypeCountTypeCountTypeCount

Avalanche:0 Blizzard:0 Cold:0 Dense Fog:0 Drought:0

Dust Storm:0 Flood:78 Hail:132 Heat:0 Heavy Snow:0

High Surf:0 Hurricane:0 Ice Storm:0 Landslide:0 Strong Wind:2

Thunderstorm Winds:277 Tropical Storm:0 Wildfire:5 Winter Storm:0 Winter Weather:0



Chances of a natural disaster hitting where i am vacationing There is a 20% chance

Pictures of natural disasters happening in miami florida

Land characteristics

Land characteristics of Miami Beach Florida

  • sand
  • Water
  • pebbles
  • palm trees
  • Florida has a wide variety of soils:


    • red clay soils in the upper Florida Panhandle
    • deep sands on the Ridge
    • poorly drained, sandy soils in the flatwoods
    • organic soils in the northern Everglades
    • shallow, limerock-influenced soils in extreme South Florida.

    Florida is not generally thought of as a mining state. However, it ranked fifth nationally in the total value of non-fuel minerals produced in 1990. Phosphate rock, crushed stone, and cement are the major commodities produced. Clay, heavy minerals, magnesium compounds, oil, natural gas, peat, and sand and gravel have also been produced in recent years.

    Florida's land is used as follows:
    • 8% for crops
    • 30% for pasture and range
    • 35% for forest
    • 27% for "other" -- transportation, parks, refuges, marshes, defense, industry, urban uses, golf courses, and mining areas.