Base jumpers Miles Daisher and Chris Santacroce jumped off the top of the Conrad Miami building at Espirito Santo Plaza, a 460-foot tall building on Brickell.
By 1:30 p.m. parachutists in Atlantic City, NJ, and Las Vegas, NV had already made their jumps while those in Detroit and Miami were delayed due to high winds.
Detroit Free Press said their local jumper wouldn't leap until winds died down to a safe 7 or 8 mph.
At 1:30 p.m. Miami winds were clocking in at 16 mph.
But just after 2:15 p.m., the winds calmed enough so that Daisher and Santacroce launched themselves into the humid Miami air for the 460-foot drop. Thankfully, they were wearing parachutes.
See the below slideshow for images from the 25-story jump.