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Whats the weather going to be like?

Posted July 18, 2014 by Kay Walten in Mexico Vacation Tips,Riviera Maya Vacation Tips,Vacation tips

Riviera Maya weather information

We cannot tell you how many times we have been asked that question over the years.  We have staff members who are divers, foodies, hikers and bikers, but none of them are amateur meteorologists.  We turn to some of the same resources you do for the upcoming weather.

Our  favorite weather resources are below.  And if you want to know what is like here at the Tulum beach right now, look at our webcam.   Or take a look at our Akumal beach cam.

Weather.com’s normal daily/weekly weather predictions for:

Tropical storm and hurricane advisory, forecast information sites

Tropical storm and hurricane tracking, satellite imagery sites

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