Miami Weather March Averages, USA
What's the Weather Like in Miami in March
When you are heading to Miami, it can be desirable to strike a balance between the hotter summer months and the cooler winter months. Going somewhere in the middle works well, as you will find if you choose to visit in March.
The average highest temperature in this month is 26°C, with an average low of 18°C certainly mild by anyone's standards. Your average daily temperature rounds out at about 22°C, which should be a comfortable climate for walking around or even visiting the beaches.
If you do decide to go for a swim, the water will be pleasant. The average sea temperature this month will be 24°C certainly not the hottest you can expect in Miami, but decent enough that heading to the beach is not unheard of even for locals.
This part of the USA is known for a climate that is relatively steady all year round, without extreme cold. However, the rainfall can be quite intense at times. March is a good, dry month, with just 7 days of rainfall and an average precipitation of 64mm.
If you want to be sure that you can spend the day outdoors with no risk of getting wet, be sure to check the forecast before you leave your hotel. Rain can sometimes come on quite suddenly, with a torrential downpour coming out of nowhere. This should not interrupt your day too badly, however, as there are plenty of friendly shops and cafés throughout Miami where you can pass some time to avoid the worst of the rain. Don't expect so much this month, though during the peak of the summer the rain really comes down all the more.
Hotels for Miami in March
Pritikin Longevity Center & Spa
If you are looking for a place to stay in March, then being beside the beach is probably not as high a priority as it would be in the summer. You can try out a different experience instead, like the Pritikin Longevity Center & Spa. They offer what reviewers have called a life-changing experience, giving you information on wellness and nutrition while enforcing a low-sodium diet and spa treatments. This is definitely luxury Miami.
Tamiami Guest House
On the other end of the scale, how about the Tamiami Guest House? This B&B is in a good location for the airport and the beach as well as the downtown area, and the rooms offer a kitchen and garden to give you a more cosy experience.
HYATT House Miami Airport
If you need to stay close by the airport, then the HYATT House Miami Airport could be a good choice. The rooms include kitchens, laundry facilities, a breakfast buffet, a fitness centre and pool, and even special facilities for those who stay for a month or longer.
Restaurants and Bars for Miami in March
Fireman Derek's Bake Shop and Pies
f you want to visit a bakery, then Fireman Derek's Bake Shop and Pies has to be on the top of your list. You will find it in the Wynwood area, and the desserts on offer will make your mouth water. From key lime pie and apple pie to chocolate dipped flans and various cheesecakes, discovering this place could really make your waistline expand.
For a dinner reservation, how about Zuma? The chic Japanese food they serve here is legendary, and as a result you may need to book far in advance for peak times. Sample menu items include tempura prawns, beef skewers, and plenty of sushi dishes.
Mi Vida Cafe
If you are dining on a strict vegan diet, look no further than Mi Vida Café. Here you will find vegan cuisine to suit all tastes. Vegan pizza, a quinoa burger, and gluten-free pancakes await.
Things to Do in Miami in March
In March, you can spend time outside a little more comfortably than you could in the winter months. With that in mind, you might want to explore a little more.
You could head to Zoo Miami, a delightful zoo where the animals roam freely in various habitats rather than being caged. You can see all of the main attractions here, from lions and tigers to elephants and zebras, taking in bears and snakes along the way.
Wynwood Arts District
The Wynwood Arts District is famous for street art and galleries, often freely available to view on the walls of the buildings. If you want to stroll around here by yourself you will see plenty, and walking tours are also available to give you some extra information.
Miami Design District
There is also the Miami Design District, where you can view amazing architecture and interior design juxtaposed against high couture fashion shops and fine dining. It's a great place to be day or night, with something to offer to every visitor.