This post provides information about what the weather is like in November in Miami.
Overall, the weather is warm and generally dry, so it is a good time to visit this interesting city.
As a retired meteorologist turned tour guide, I didn't expect that I would use my experience as a forecaster in my new career in tourism.
But here I am, finding myself answering more weather questions as a blogger than I ever did as a weatherman.
So, here are answers to some frequently asked questions about the weather in Miami in November.
- Clouds and Rain
- Sun, Wind, and Ocean Temps
- Hurricanes + Tropical Storms
- What to Wear
- Things to Do
- Seasonal Outlook
How Hot Is Miami in November?
Miami is still summer-like, even in November, but evenings can be chilly at times.
Daytime high temperatures early in November tend to be in the lower 80s F (about 28C) with a few days likely reaching the mid-80s F (about 30C).
Near the end of the month daytime highs will cool down to the upper 70s F (about 26 C).
The record high temperature for Miami during November is 91F (32.8 C).
Late night and early morning low temperatures fall from the upper 60s F (near 20 C) early in the month to the mid-60s F (about 18 C) by the month’s end.
A few of the cooler mornings late in the month, however, can dip down to the upper 50s F (near 15 C).
The record low temperature in Miami during November is 39 F (3.9 C).
Clouds and Rain
Skies will be clear or at least partly sunny on about 20-21 days this month allowing ample time to explore the city and beaches.
About 7-8 days will see some rainfall, however, only 1 day, on average, will see significant rainfalls of 0.5 inches (about 13 mm) or more.
Sun, Wind, and Ocean Temperatures
Daylight hours will be decreasing during November from just over 11 hours on the 1st to just over 10.5 hours by the 30th.
Generally, the wind will be gentle to moderate (8-18 mph) but can briefly be fresh (19-24 mph).
If you are heading for the beach you should expect ocean temperatures between 79F and 81F.
Hurricanes and Tropical Storms
November is the end of the hurricane season in the North Atlantic.
However, tropical cyclones can still occur with a tropical storm passing near Miami about once every 10 years.
Seasonal Outlook - October to December 2023 Miami
There is a 78% chance for normal to above-normal temperatures with near-normal rainfall.
What to Wear
Miami is still warm during November and summer attire works well most days.
However, since evenings and nights will be trending cooler you should also bring along a sweater or light jacket, especially if you intend to be enjoying the Miami nightlife.
Please don’t forget to also bring along some comfortable walking shoes.
What to Do
With plenty of sunny days to enjoy this month, you might want to consider taking a free Miami Walking tour.
There will also be plenty of sporting events to attend, as the Miami Heat, the Miami Dolphins, and the Florida Panthers will all be playing home games this month.
There are also usually at least a few great concerts and musicals to see in November.
November is typically the month when Disney World and other theme parks in the area like Santa's Enchanted Forest start to celebrate the holidays, so you might want to consider visiting this month.
For more ideas, check our post covering things to do in Miami in November.