Yucatan Peninsula Climate & Weather
Yucatan Peninsula Climate and Weather
The Yucatan Peninsula is the hottest and most tropical part of Mexico, especially from June to August when humidity is high, although temperatures usually don’t exceed 90°F (32°C). Rainy season runs from May to mid-October and is characterised by late afternoon tropical showers, lasting for a short time only. Hurricane season particularly affects the Yucatan, especially from June to October, although in their absence the cooling winds can make it a perfect time to visit.
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