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The Weather in Mexico


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The Weather of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula
Average Annual Temperatures of Cancun

Average Temperatures in Cancun (click the graph to see it in full size)

© Suzanne Barbezat
The Yucatan Peninsula is very flat, and very close to sea level, so temperatures are quite warm throughout the year. Temperatures inland are somewhat higher than on the coast. Annual precipitation varies from 60 inches (1524 mm) along the Mayan Riviera to half that - about 30 inches (777 mm) - in Merida, falling mostly between June and September.

Hurricanes are a concern along the Caribbean coast of the Yucatan Peninsula between June and November. Read about hurricane season in Mexico.

Current weather conditions and forecast for major destinations of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula:

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