Where is the coldest place in Mexico?
The coldest part of Mexico is the volcano Nevado de Toluca’s high altitude areas. And Madera is the coldest town in Northern Mexico. A small town in Chihuahua, Madera has reported yearly temperatures below 0 F°. The Mexico City area, or the capital regions of Cuauhtémoc and Ojinaga, also experience cold temperatures.
What are the 3 climate zones in Mexico?
A location’s climate patterns depend upon the combination of its geographical latitude combined with its elevation above sea level. Mexico has three distinct ‘land types’, and these are denoted in Spanish as: Tierra Caliente, Tierra Templada and Tierra Fría.
What part of Mexico gets the most rain?
The wettest part of the country is the lowland on the Caribbean coast; the north coast of the Yucatan peninsula is relatively much drier than the east coast or the interior. Annual rainfall here is between 1,000 m/40 in and 1,500 m/60 in, but some places in northern Yucatan get less than 500 mm/20 in.
What are the coldest states in Mexico?
Tlaxcala: the coldest state.
What are Mexico’s climate types?
Mexico’s climate varies from arid to tropical, with a defined split. The Tropic of Cancer divides the country into two so one part is temperate and the other, tropical. Therefore, land to the north has cooler temperatures during the winter months while more southerly regions see temperatures remain constant year-round.
Which part of Mexico has the best weather?
Mazatlán has one of the best coastal climates in all of Mexico, especially for snow birds who visit for half the year. The winters are sunny and dry with lower humidity, almost a 0% change of rain, and cooler refreshing night temperatures.