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Hurricanes & Tropical Storms — México

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México's Gulf, Carribean, and Pacific coasts are all vulnerable to hurricanes and strong tropical storms. The hurricane season is from June 1st to November 30th with incidences of storms peaking in early to mid September. It's not just the coasts where storms are a danger, a hurricane or a tropical storm that makes land fall and moves inland quickly looses its high winds but it can produce torrential rains and heavy flooding hundreds of miles from the coast.

The odds are slim that your visit will be effected by a major storm so you shouldn't let a concern of hurricanes stop you from visiting during the summer or fall months. If you do travel to México during the hurricane season check the weather reports periodically to stay abreast of any developing storms and their expected land fall. The U.S. National Weather Service National Hurricane Center's website: www.nhc.noaa.gov is a good resource for up to date information on storms developing in the Atlantic, Carribean, Gulf of México, and Pacific Coast of México.

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