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Lake Chapala, Ajijic Mexico Weather Information

Mexican Sunshine

This is going to be a very short blog as our weather is fantastic year round. We have the second best climate in the world next to Kenya which is not without it political issues at the moment. I think Ajijic/Lake Chapala is a much safer bet.

January and February and March you may need a sweater in the evenings. The jacaranda trees which are a deep blue bloom during February and are beautiful and leave a carpet of fragrant petals everywhere.

April and May can be a little warm and dusty as we are awaiting the best season of the year which is the “rainy season”. A lot of people chose to travel at this time of year but I can tell you after 14 years in Ajijic/Lake Chapala these two months have never been too hot for me. (Bearing in mind I hail from the frozen north of Toronto, Canada.)

June 15 to October 15 is the glorious “rainy season” which is incredibly beautiful. It usually only rains at night and everything turns a lush green with all the flowers emitting a divine aroma. The air is very fresh and sweet smelling and the bouganvillea abound. Although we have flowers and trees blooming all year this is indeed the most vibrant of seasons.

November and December are perfect and Christmas/Navidad here is wonderful with many exciting sights and local seasonal festivites to enjoy.

In short our climate is approximately 75 degrees and sunny 90% of the year. My father once described Ajijic/Lake Chapala as a “little slice of paradise” and certainly our weather contributes to this sentiment.

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