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Mexico weather is generally hot and sunny! A perfect vacation climate, the best time to go is November- May. The summer months are extremely hot and it is also considered to be the rainy season. The heat of the day builds up and in late afternoon, there is usually a down pour, oftern accompanied by thunder and lightning. However, it clears up quickly and the sun continues to shine. Mexico weather is perfect fo your sunny vacation plans. brows the links on this site for all you Mexico weather vacation planning needs.

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Baja is famous for it's warm dry weather! Except for a chance of rain from tropical storms during the summer, Baja is sunny almost all year long.

The Mexican mainland hosts some of the world's best weather. Temperatures along the coast are moderated by the Pacific Ocean, and inland temperatures are kept enjoyable by the higher altitudes. It's pretty tough to find bad weather in Mexico, aside from the occassional summer storm. And even those don't last long! No wonder everyone loves to go to Mexico for the weather!

People have different opinions to when the rainy weather in mexico really is. Depending on whom you talk to, this season lasts between June/July and August/September. Most people think of torrential downpours lasting entire days. But this is not the Mexico weather case and it is somewhat of an over exageration. In the winter weather seasons you will actually hear Mexicans complaining about how cold it is. By a Canadian's standard its boiling hot but you actually see many Mexicans with colds. It is the same with rain. Since the Mexico weather season often goes days without a drop, when it does rain, it is considered the rainy weather season.

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