What’s the weather like in Riviera Maya in September?
The Riviera Maya weather in September is great for a sunny trip to this idyllic Mexican region by the Caribbean. The late summer climate produces hot temperatures, but it’s the wettest month here in the Riviera Maya coastline and you’ll need a waterproof jacket, in case you’re caught in showers.
The Riviera Maya’s a vast sandy stretch of beaches that include the popular resorts of Tulum, Playa del Carmen and Puerto Aventuras. The region’s just to the south of Cancun and Playacar, by the Caribbean Sea. The Riviera Maya boasts a hot year-round tropical climate with the wet season between May and October. The beaches and coastal hotels enjoy a relaxing sea breeze in Mexico’s heat and humidity.
Even though you’ll need to bring a waterproof layer because of the tropical showers, the weather in Riviera Maya in September is still very hot. At this time of the year, you can expect nine hours of sunshine each day. The sun doesn’t disappear until 7pm for most of the month and you’ll get 12 hours of daylight. The average high daytime temperature in Riviera Maya in September’s a balmy 32°C, but this may dip to around 23°C on cooler days. The average night time temperature’s 20°C. The sea will be about 28°C and is very inviting for a refreshing dip. September sees the Riviera Maya’s heaviest rainfall with 229mm falling in short and sharp downpours. These often clear quickly because of the high heat and humidity, and the moderate sea breeze blows clouds along. The UV level’s very high, so use plenty of sun cream in the sun.