MEXICO WEATHER INFORMATION
Mexico has some of the best weather in the world! It's located just far enough north in latitude to avoid the extreme heat and humidity that most countries have that are located closer to the equator. Yet it is far enough south to avoid the harsh winters that can hit much of the United States and Canada.
Much of Mexico lies within the Tropics, those perfect latitudes on either side of the Tropic of Cancer that usually provide warm days and balmy nights. As with most parts of the northern hemisphere, the further south you go in Mexico the warmer it gets!
Although Mexico has everything from barren deserts to snow-capped peaks, most of the country offers a more moderate climate. No wonder the government's slogan for Mexico is "Feel the Warmth of Mexico"!
It's always fun to check out the current Mexico OCEAN WATER TEMPERATURE!
For interesting weather and climate information visit the NASA EARTH OBSERVATORY web site.
For additional information on protecting your skin while enjoying the tropical Mexican sun take a look at the SUNSCREEN TIPS section of Mexico Expo.
BAJA PENINSULA WEATHER TODAY
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.
Check out the current Baja OCEAN WATER TEMPERATURE!
MAINLAND MEXICO WEATHER TODAY
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!
Here is an awesome of the current Mexico OCEAN WATER TEMPERATURE!
YUCATAN PENINSULA WEATHER TODAY
Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula shares a weather pattern similar to other parts of the Caribbean. Warm days, pleasant evenings, and a wonderful ocean water temperature all year long!
Take a look at the current Yucatan OCEAN WATER TEMPERATURE!