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You can expect more rain in August and September, which is also the hurricane season on the west and east coasts. Southern coastal cities are going to be warm most of the year and really hot in the summer.
Central Mexico lies on a high plain - thus, even in the summertime, nights can be cooler in cities like San Miguel de Allende and Mexico City. Baja California is a hot desert next to the ocean.
Public health issues
Major infectious diseases in Mexico include hepatitis A and hepatitis B, typhoid, malaria and rabies (in remote areas and among animals). Avoid eating con-