"Febrero loco", a common Mexican saying, refers to the changeability of the weather in the second month of the year.
Cold spells across Mexico's central highlands can be felt anytime from late autumn through to early spring
Winter brings change to Mexico's air and its temperatures, although you'll continue to enjoy plenty of daylight
Autumn temperatures in Mexico by the coasts are usually warm, but areas at altitude inland get cooler
In the late summer months, when temperatures reach their peak in the northern hemisphere, Mexico can be host to hurricane-force storms.
Mexico’s geographical territory is composed of a diverse topography which gives rise to a range of different climate zones.
Local power cuts are a regular feature in Mexico, especially during dramatic thunderstorms.
Although altitude sickness can become a significant issue for a small few people, for most of us it’s a matter of taking time to acclimatize.
When you’re scouting for a place to live or retire to in Mexico, it's wise to short-list locations which offer climate types you feel comfortable living in.
Mexico's rainy season runs from May to September each year; sometimes spilling over into October.