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Currently in Miami — November 7, 2023: Warmer but with pleasant humidity

Plus, hurricane season is effectively over.

Pleasant humidity levels even though temperatures will rise

The weather, currently

No rain again on Tuesday, but temperatures will be on the rise, subtracting slightly from the wonderfully pleasant weather we’ve had over the last few days. The bright side is that high pressure will continue to prevail over the southeastern United States, maintaining mostly sunny skies over South Florida. However, it will not feel as nice out as temperatures climb into the mid to upper 80s. Relative humidity is increasing but will still be comfortable at around 50% on Tuesday. The second half of the workweek will see this warming trend continue as highs will reach the upper 80s for more of the area and could approach 90 degrees towards the interior. The weather will remain for the most part dry and sunny.

El tiempo, actualmente.

El martes tampoco lloverá, pero las temperaturas irán subiendo, así frenando un poco la racha tiempo agradable que hemos tenido durante los últimos días. Lo positivo es que la alta presión seguirá prevaleciendo en el sureste de los Estados Unidos, manteniendo cielos mayormente soleados en el sur de Florida. Sin embargo, no se sentirá tan cómodo al aire libre a medida que las temperaturas suban a los rangos medio a alto de los 80 grados. La humedad relativa también está aumentando, pero no será demasiado alto el martes, alrededor del 50%. Esta tendencia de calentamiento continuará en la segunda mitad de la semana laboral, ya que las máximas alcanzarán el rango alto de los 80 en la mayor parte del área y podrían acercarse a los 90 grados hacia el interior. Sin embargo, el tiempo seguirá siendo seco y soleado en su mayor parte.

What you need to know, currently.

For the first time since August 13, there are no looming hurricane threats in either the Atlantic or the eastern Pacific Oceans. We can declare that this year’s hurricane season is effectively over.

With El Niño in effect and global ocean temperatures at the warmest ever measured, the 2023 hurricane season was busier than usual.

According to data from Colorado State University, Atlantic tropical cyclone activity was 24% above normal, and East Pacific activity was 25% above normal.

Some of the most notable storms: Hurricane Dora was a long-lasting hurricane that trekked much of the way across the Pacific Ocean, fanning winds on Hawaii that rapidly spread wildfires on Maui. Hurricane Hilary made a rare landfall in Southern California. And Hurricane Otis became the strongest landfall in Pacific history in Acapulco, Mexico.

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