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Month Mean Temperature oF Mean Total Rainfall (mm) Mean Number of Rain Days
Daily
Minimum
Daily
Maximum
Jan 62.1 83.8 33.8 2.2
Feb 61.3 84.2 5.3 0.7
Mar 62.4 84.6 2.0 0.6
Apr 63.0 85.8 1.5 0.2
May 68.4 87.8 15.4 1.0
Jun 73.0 90.1 187.6 10.8
Jul 73.2 91.9 328.1 16.4
Aug 73.4 92.7 312.4 15.2
Sep 73.2 92.5 370.0 15.6
Oct 72.0 92.5 93.8 5.1
Nov 67.5 90.1 19.8 1.4
Dec 64.4 85.8 22.5 1.9

 

Puerto Vallarta Weather:
Climate and Seasonal Information for Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Puerto Vallarta enjoys a typical tropical climate, with near constant temperature and humidity year round and with a pronounced wet and dry seasonal variation.

The average daily high temperature is 86 F (30 C); average daily low temperature is 70 F (21 C); average daily humidity is 75%. The rainy season extends from mid June through Mid October, with most of the rain falling between July and September. August is the city's wettest month with an average of 14 days with significant precipitation.

Even during the rainy season precipitation tends to be concentrated in large rainstorms with insignificant precipitation on most days. Occasional tropical storms will bring thunderstorms to the city in November, though the month is typically dry. February, March and April are the months with the least cloud cover.

Prevailing winds are from the SW, and most weather systems approaching Puerto Vallarta are consequently weakened as they pass over Cabo Corriente. Thus even during the rainy season Puerto Vallarta's weather tends to be mild compared to other areas along the Mexican Pacific coast.

Hurricanes seldom strike Puerto Vallarta. In 2002 Hurricane Kenna, a category 5 hurricane, made landfall about 100 miles (161 km) NW of Puerto Vallarta, and the city suffered some damage from the resulting storm surge. In 1971 Hurricane Lily, a category 1 hurricane, caused serious flooding on the Isla Cuale, prompting the city to relocate all of its residents to the new Colonia Pa'lo Seco.

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