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Historic Temperatures for 1st October in Huatulco
|Average High||29°C (84°F)|
|Record High||33°C (91°F) (2007)|
|Average Low||22°C (72°F)|
|Record Low||21°C (70°F) (1999)|
Huatulco is a Pacific beach resort in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. It is made up of 9 different bays known as the Bays of Huatulco, which include Tangolunda Bay and Santa Cruz Bay, a popular port call for cruise ships. The resort is modern and upscale but not over-developed, home to many luxury hotels and golf courses built for tourists to enjoy.
The resort of Huatulco has a warm climate, with stifling hot temperatures and high humidity. Located in Mexico, its warm conditions prevail for most of the year. It's a hotspot for tourists, with many wanting to explore its beautiful beaches and scenery.
The weather in Huatulco is reminiscent of tropical hot climates, with two distinct seasons; summer and winter. The rainy season in Huatulco tends to be limited, but occurs in summer, while winters are dry; June is the wettest month of the year. While wet and dry seasons take place in the resort, the overall weather tends to be predictable. The temperature remains fairly consistent, which is typical of a hot climate. Generally, temperatures reside between the mid-twenties and the thirties throughout the year. Even in winter, the coldest temperature is still in the low to mid-twenties.
Huatulco is a brilliant destination to visit all year around due to its steady temperatures and sunshine levels. Despite the chance of rain in summer, it tends to occur as drizzle or mist and the weather is generally great. The only problem facing tourists is the humidity as it can feel sticky and muggy throughout the year due to the high temperatures. For those visiting the area, it's best to take regular breaks from the stifling outdoor heat and to drink lots of water to keep hydrated.
Along with wonderful weather, Huatulco has a lot to offer tourists, with many attractions and picturesque views to entice visitors from around the world. The stunning beaches and modern hotels truly make this a location well worth visiting, especially for those seeking some sun.
Summer Weather in Huatulco
There's never a bad time to visit Huatulco, with sunny skies and sizzling heat welcoming visitors year round to this beautiful paradise. However many tourists flock here for their annual summer holidays to soak up the sunshine and relax in the peak temperatures that occur at this time of year.
Very hot temperatures are the norm throughout the year, but the most soaring temperatures take place between April and October, with May seeing the hottest temperatures of all. Average temperatures at this time hover around 28°C while highs can reach a sweltering 33°C on the hottest days. Combined with high levels of humidity, this weather can be very uncomfortable to relax in. If you are planning on visiting Huatulco then ensure that you pack light clothing to stay cool in the sticky heat and always wear plenty of sun screen to protect your skin. Average sea temperatures also remain warm all year round, with temperatures averaging between 29°C and 30°C, which is perfect for taking a dip in the crystal clear waters around the resort.
There's also plenty of sunshine to be found in Huatulco, which is ideal for sunbathing on the resort's idyllic beaches. From May to November, there's between 8 and 10 sunny hours per day, with the most sunshine occurring at the start and end of the season.
One thing that may surprise travellers looking to travel to one of Huatulco's bays is that summer is actually the wet season in the resort. Rainfall starts to increase in April with 22mm and then shoots up in May to 102mm, peaking in June, the wettest month of the year which sees 153mm of precipitation and 15 wet days on average. After this, rainfall averages between 129mm and 67mm until November, when the region dries up again.
Despite the chance of getting wet, rainy season can be beautiful in Huatulco. Most of the rain tends to fall in short, sharp showers and often happens at night time, so visitors shouldn't be put off visiting the resort at this time of year. As it is outside of peak season, holiday makers can often find great deals on accommodation in summer too.
Huatulco doesn't have typical autumn and spring seasons, as the weather only really changes slightly throughout the year. After the summer season, winter soon arrives, however the weather remains similar to summer and is not winter-like at all.
Between November and March, winter is actually considered the best time to visit Huatulco, as temperatures are comfortable and the climate is dry for most of the season. The resort makes an ideal winter sun destination for those who want to escape the cold temperatures and snow back home.
If you're looking to visit Huatulco in winter, you can expect average temperature between 26°C and 27°C which is more than warm enough to strip down to your swim wear and enjoy the beautiful golden sandy beaches of Huatulco. Peak temperatures often hit 31°C while low temperatures hardly ever drop below 22°C, so holiday makers only need to pack shorts and T-shirts to wear at this time of year. If you want to cool down in the peak temperatures, the sea is at optimal swimming temperature, averaging around 27°C. It is also perfect for taking part in water sports such as snorkelling and diving which are popular in the area.
While summer sees some rainfall in Huatulco, winter is the driest time in the resort. Between November and January there's between just 2mm and 13mm, while February sees absolutely no rainfall on average. Travellers are almost guarantee dry weather this season. Winter is also the sunniest time of the year, with no less than 10 or 11 hours of bright sunshine beating down on the beaches every day.
With such great weather, December to April is peak tourism season in Huatulco and the resort's beaches and hotels can get rather crowded with those looking for some winter sun. If you want to enjoy the wonderful climate but avoid the crowds, November is generally quieter but just as desirable.