Mexico City Weather
All info on Mexico City climate!
Because of the high altitude (7800 feet), Mexico city has a mild climate all year round.
Average temperatures in summer and winter don’t differ that much, although, of course, wintertime is a little bit colder.
All year long the evenings may be too cold to go out without a jacket. The rainy season lasts from June to September. Normally it rains only for a few hours after which the sun starts shining again, and the air is much more clean by then.
The hottest weather is in the months March, April, May and June. Overall precipitation is heavily concentrated in the summer months, including dense hail. The central valley of Mexico rarely gets precipitation in the form of snow during winter
The lower region of the valley receives less rainfall than the upper regions of the south; the lower boroughs of Iztapalapa, Iztacalco, Venustiano Carranza and the west portion of Gustavo A. Madero are usually drier and warmer than the upper southern boroughs of Tlalpan and Milpa Alta, a mountainous region of pine and oak trees known as the range of Ajusco.
Come and enjoy the Mexico City weather on your Mexico City vacation!
Mexico City Weather Monthly Average temperatures
Mexico City has a subtropical highland climate, due to its tropical location and high elevation.
The average annual temperature varies from 12 to 16 °C (54 to 61 °F), depending on the altitude. Overall precipitation is heavily concentrated in the summer months.
The area receives about 820 millimetres (32.3 in) of annual rainfall, which is concentrated from June through September/October. The area has two main seasons. The rainy season runs from June to October, the dry season runs from November to May.