A beach with a row of thatched-roof umbrellas and people sitting on benches enjoying the seaside atmosphere despite overcast skies.


The 47th weather front is set to move across the Yucatán Peninsula and the western Caribbean Sea, resulting in sporadic rain showers across the peninsula. The accompanying cold air mass will alter its thermal properties, leading to a gradual rise in temperatures throughout southeastern Mexico.

For Tuesday, April 23, the forecast predicts partly to fully cloudy skies with occasional rain showers in the region. The morning climate is expected to be mild, but will likely become extremely hot by the afternoon. Temperatures are anticipated to reach highs of 35 to 40 degrees Celsius in Quintana Roo and 40 to 45 degrees Celsius in Campeche and Yucatán.

Winds from the east and northeast are expected to range from 10 to 25 kilometers per hour (km/h) across the Yucatán Peninsula. Wind gusts could reach 40 to 60 km/h in Campeche and Yucatán, and up to 40 km/h in Quintana Roo.

The influx of moisture from the Caribbean Sea into Quintana Roo will likely result in partly cloudy skies and sporadic rain showers in certain areas of the state. The weather is expected to be extremely hot during the day and warm in the early morning and at dawn.

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