The first type of climate in Mexico represented by Mexico City is typical for the mountain Mexico. Mexico City is situated at the height of 2240 meters above sea-level. So, having arrived to the city it is necessary to be very careful with the sun, or else you run the risk to become red-skinned, with your lips chapped because of the mountain air. Besides, it is curious that alcohol goes to the head much faster there than it does, for instance, on the Middle-Russian Hills with their 200 meters above sea-level.
The height also influences the climate. A year round weather in Mexico City is like that in May in the Eastern Europe (Moscow, for example). In winter light frosts may occur, though rare and not long. The average monthly temperature in Mexico City lies in the following range: from +13°C (in winter) to +18°C (in summer). That is why central heating is not provided in the houses of Mexico City as a rule, and there is no need in air-conditioners, as the tropical heat never happens in the location. The rains fall in June to October, and the smog is typical for December to February period.
The second type of climate in Mexico represented by Acapulco is characteristic of the Pacific Ocean and Mexican Gulf shore of the country. Actually, Acapulco is the most popular health resort among the Mexican. It is sunny and warm round a year. The average yearly temperature is +32°C (in the afternoon) and +22°C (night indices). The most suitable time for rest in Acapulco is December to April, especially if remembered that this period is distinguished by the maximum of rainfalls in Cancun. The sunniest month is March; still, the rest of the year is also good enough for comfortable vacation, the rains being just more frequent. And it is to be taken into account that tropical storms can come about the Pacific Ocean shores through May to November.
At last, the third type of Mexican climate represented by Cancun is a peculiar trait of the Caribbean Sea coast. It is tropical in this part of the country. About 200 days of a year are sunny. The average yearly temperature is about +27°C. Unlike other regions of Mexico, Cancun has rainfalls mainly in late autumn and early winter. You will need a thin sweater to have over a T-shirt - at winter nights it can be cool there. Summer in Cancun is hot and wet, with frequent, but short rains. Yet, this scanty precipitation will hardly cause much unrest.
To have a complete picture of climate in Mexico it should be added that various combinations of nature conditions can form the unique climate zones in Mexico, such as Cuernavaca situated not far from Mexico City and famous for its paradisiacal environment with blooming flowers all the year round. Still, to slightly restate the saying, 'prove the pudding in the eating'.