What’s the weather like in Playacar in July?
With an amazing Caribbean climate, the Playacar weather in July attracts visitors who love sunshine and hot temperatures. July’s part of the wet season in Mexico and you’ll need to bring a waterproof jacket, in case you’re caught in a shower.
The wet season here, on the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, close to Cancun, lasts between May and October. Tropical downpours can be expected at times, but by the coast you’ll enjoy a relaxing sea breeze from the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. Towns inland can be much warmer and more humid.
Don’t forget your beachwear, sunglasses and sunblock! The superb weather in Playacar in July rises to an average high temperature of 32°C, which is about the same as it usually is between May and September. You’ll enjoy relaxing under the blue skies of this modern Mexican resort. Playacar boasts an average ten hours of sunshine each day during July, with the sun rising at 6.30am and finally sinking at 7pm. Average rain at this time’s 109mm for the month, across 13 wet-weather days. The wind speed’s moderate but the UV, heat and humidity are very high around Playacar in July.