Cancun, Q.R. – The state of Quintana Roo will likely continue to see cool wet days and cold nights until the cold front shifts away from the area.
Meteorological information from the State Coordination of Civil Protection and forecasts from the National Weather Service report that front number 5 and prefrontal trough, located north of the Peninsula Yucatan, are slowly moving east / southeast.
Both systems are bringing cool wind from the north and northwest, as well as clouds and scattered showers over the area of influence.
Tropical wave number 42, along the surface of the Caribbean Sea, continues to move west creating clouds and rain along the area. The front is causing cooler temperatures during the night and early morning with scattered clouds and occasional scattered showers around the state of Quintana Roo.
Regions from Cancun to Tulum can expect a continuation of similar weather of afternoon thunderstorms with high daytime temperatures and cool night air.
Cancun: Cloudy with scattered showers hot, east and southeast wind 15 to 25 mph with occasional gusts of 45 kph.
Cozumel: Cloudy to partly cloudy skies with scattered showers with scattered shower, hot, east and northeast wind 15 to 25 mph with occasional gusts of 45 kph.
Playa del Carmen: Partly cloudy to overcast skies with occasional scattered rain showers, hot, east and northeast wind 15 to 25 mph with occasional gusts of 45 kph.
Tulum: Partly cloudy to overcast with occasional scattered showers accompanied by isolated showers, warm, east and northeast wind 15 to 25 mph electrical activity, with occasional gusts of 45 kph.