The weather in Miami has changed dramatically in recent days, from record heat on Saturday to unusually cold since Tuesday, according to local media. Meteorologists explained that this is due to the arrival of two cold fronts that will lower the temperature and humidity in the coming week.
According to forecasts, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday will see highs of 70 degrees and lows of 60 degrees, and even lower in some areas. On Thursday morning, the thermometer is expected to read 50 degrees in South Florida, something unusual for this time of year.
Last week, another cold front also hit the Sunshine State, bringing temperatures into the 60s and even 50s in some places. However, these changes will not last long, as temperatures are expected to rise to an average of 70 degrees again by the end of the week.
Winter in the United States officially begins on December 21 and ends on March 21. And in the northern states of the country, the damage has already been felt, although apparently in Miami and other areas of southern Florida, it is summer all year round.
It’s cold in Miami this week. And Cuba?
It is likely that as this cold front enters Miami, and because of the proximity to Cuba, the thermometers will drop a little—quite a bit—in some places in the north of the island. But they are not very important.
According to the Insmet meteorological report for December 5, “since the end of the morning it will be partly cloudy in the entire national territory, which will become cloudy in the afternoon in some towns on the northern coast with isolated rain, especially in the west. Rain is scarce in other parts of the country.”
“The maximum temperature will be between 29 and 32 degrees Celsius. At night, the temperature will drop and be between 21 and 24 degrees Celsius,” they detailed.