Central Mexico and the Gulf Coast's weather is for the most part sunny, warm and temperate. But the altitude will also determine the climactic make-up of the land. The higher the elevation the cooler the temperatures become.

Rainfall depends on the region as well, but in general Mexico does not receive an abundance of precipitation whilst the wettest months are from May through October. The region's climate is classified as either temperate or cool.

Cities on the Gulf Coast have beautiful climates of around 80F/25C degrees all year round with plenty of sunshine. Coming any time of year is thus ideal. However, to avoid the extreme heat you may wish to avoid the summer months. The US college spring break season is officially the highest season here. If you enjoy crowded bars and lively streets you should enjoy this time but if you want a quieter vacation, be sure to plan your trip accordingly or stay in a quieter hotel.The Gulf Coast is less affected by hurricanes in summer than the Yucatan peninsula, but they do occur.

Mexico City and the other cities on the high plateau, such as Oaxaca, Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende, Patzcuaro, Morelia etc., also see a lot of sunshine year round but have lower temperatures than Veracruz. These average out in the 60sF/20sC making it significantly cooler than the Gulf Coast. It can get quite chilly at night in the winter month (especially Jan/Feb). The hottest month is usually May. The rains come In June and last for about three months, but downpours are usually short or at night and the plus side is that everything turns green. It does not rain every day.

This link will enable you to select a city in Mexico and find out what the weather is like today and for the next ten days.