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The warmest month (with the highest average high temperature) is August (17.8°C). The month with the lowest average high temperature is March (15.6°C). The month with the highest average low temperature is February (9.2°C). The coldest month (with the lowest average low temperature) is July (7.6°C).
Snow rarely falls even at these high altitudes. The only glimpse of snow most Ecuadorians have ever had is of the snow capped peaks of 20,000+ feet (6,096m), which are covered in snow year round. Even as you go south through the Andes temperatures remain spring-like year round.
Global warming and higher temperatures lead to increased evaporation. Eventually, this increased evaporation leads to increased precipitation. At certain times, when temperatures are cold enough, this precipitation is snowfall.
Snow is less common.
It gets colder as you go west. Cold fronts in Cuba only last a few days and then temperatures go back to normal, meaning neither hot nor cold, low humidity, for this season. When it gets cold, temperatures do drop to 4 or even less in some areas.
Although snow is uncommon in most parts of Mexico, it does snow each winter in some parts of the country, especially in areas located at altitudes greater than 10,000 feet above sea level. It also snows on mountain peaks and volcanoes, where the snow can be up to 10 inches thick. …
Most winters, it’s not uncommon seeing the surrounding hillsides in a blanket of white. However, there have been two instances of snow in Mexico City itself: Jan. 12, 1967, and March 5, 1940. More recently, snow fell in Guadalajara, Mexico, in December 1997, at an elevation roughly 2,800 feet lower than Mexico City.
Mexico has two main climate seasons: rainy (May to mid-Oct) and dry (mid-Oct to Apr). The rainy season can be of little consequence in the dry, northern regions of the country. Southern regions typically receive tropical showers, which begin around 4 or 5pm and last a few hours.
Snowfall is abundant in December and January, with temperatures of up to 10 degrees below zero. Situated at over 2300 meters above sea level, this “magic town” is draped in a blanket of white during the last months of the year. The town’s colonial buildings offer visitors a winter landscape rarely seen in Mexico.
Cooler winters in Mexico’s central highland regions Winter climates in Mexico’s central highlands range from temperate to cool, and can turn cold on occasions. Mexico’s northern regions (as well as Mexico’s Copper Canyon) can experience sub-zero temperatures and even snowfall through the winter months.
First, Wikipedia in Spanish states that La Rosilla in Durango is the coldest place in Mexico, with an average low of -7.1° C (19.2° F) for January and an absolute low of -26° C (-14.8° F).