I will be in Miami at the end of January for a few days for a wedding. Just wondering -- what type of weather should I prepare myself for?
The weather in Miami is great all year long. It gets a little cool at night, so bring a light sweater or jacket. The only thing about Miami this year it has been quite rainy so make sure to check your forcast prior to travelling, so that you're prepared. Also the rain usually doesn't last too long, so you still get some sun time if that's what you're into!
The weather during the early part of the year in Miami is similar to fall weather in the Northeastern states. It's cool, temperatures tend to waver around 65 - 80, usually sunny. You'll be fine with a light sweater and jeans ... or even a t-shirt sometimes. It's Miami :)
Miami weather is typically between 75-85 during "winter" months. Actually, there is no winter in Miami just beautiful tropical weather all year round. The best time to visit is during December - April where it is a bit on the cooler side and very little rain.
We have random "cold days" but for anyone with real winter it's a joke. It can be a little chilly at night/early morning but temp will go up during the day.
Highs in upper 70s to low 80s with a bit of rain. Though this year looks cold in Southeast.
Our weather doesn't change much. In the winter can count on the weather being around the 70's. Currently, we've been in the 60's but that's a pretty rare treat.
Warm and awesome. 50-60's will be the lower range. Sometimes the sky may get freaky and the weather will drop in the 40's
the average temperature in January/February is somewhat around 71°/73° F in Miami Beach.
The rain season is in the summer month and you shouldnt experience a lot of rain. Miami has mild winters due to its location close to the gulf stream. Nights could get a little bit chilly, bring something to keep you warm, just in case. But there is nothing like you would expect in Seattle ;)
Thats at least my experience so far. I have stayed there a couple month but only a couple days end of january.
Hope that helps.