CLIMATE & WETHER
A tropical, warm and misty City, with scarce rains between January and April and abundant precipitations between June and September; these are some of the climatic characteristics of Merida.
The average annual temperature in the capital of the State of Yucatan is of 28 degrees Celsius, although thermometers rise up to 40º Celsius between January and May. On the other hand, the humidity is of 72 percent due the sea breeze and wind.
Here the winds blow from the southeast, northeast and north. Storms are sporadic and rather light between the months of August and October. The air from the north steams and cools the City from September to January.
One of the main characteristics of Merida is the brightness of its night sky, which offers visitors a spectacle hard to forget. So do not fail to take a look at the night skies when in Merida.