What’s the weather like in Mexico in July?
With a North Atlantic coastline in the west and Caribbean coast in the east, there’s different weather in Mexico depending on where you’re going. The country’s most popular holiday destination is the Yucatán Peninsula, where you’ll find great resorts like Cancún and Playa del Carmen. The peninsula has tropical weather and you’ll get some of the year’s highest temperatures in July. The summer months are also the wettest, although you’ll have much less rain in July than other months.
The average high in Cancún is 33ºC in July, so you can look forward to lots of hot, sunny days by the pool or on the beach. You won’t need to bring warm clothes with you as things stay nice and warm in the evenings. At 29ºC, the sea’s perfect for swimming, while humidity’s very high. There’s 115mm of rain over five days, but you can still expect seven hours of sunshine from the 13 hours of daylight each day. Take care in the sun as UV levels will be extreme, while sunset’s around 7.30pm.