Although you might think otherwise, Mexico gets snow every winter. This is what it looks like!

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Snow in Mexico

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Most people think of Mexico as warm, sunny country, and generally that’s the case. However, there are parts of Mexico where it snows every winter.

The northern provinces of Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, and Zacatecas get regular snowfall during the winter, especially in the mountains.

Also, the mountains that surround Mexico City and the central provinces get yearly snow, too. Many people flock to the mountainside to spend the day playing the snow and then drive back to the city, where it’s perfectly dry.

These are pictures of the snow storm that struck northern Mexico last Thursday, December 7th, 2017.

Amazing Pictures Of A Spectacular Snowstorm In Mexico

Snow in the city of Parral, Chihuahua province.

Snow falling in Coahuila province.

Snow in Monterrey, in Nuevo León province.

The city of Creel in Chihuahua province.

There was no school on Friday across northern Mexico.

A snow-covered ranch in Coahuila province.

Air view of the snow-covered city of Ciudad Delicias, Chihuahua province.

Unfortunately, in poverty-sticken areas there is no heating in homes.

Baby, it’s cold outside in Chihuahua, Mexico.

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow in Mexico!!

What’s the winter weather like in your are?

 

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10 thoughts on “Amazing Pictures Of A Spectacular Snowstorm In Mexico

  1. Mexico is my respite for beautiful scenery and warm sunshine. Although the snow is pretty, I have shoveled my share over the years. As winter gradually gets here, I’m already looking forward to SPRING!
    Enjoy the snow while it lasts.

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  2. Several years ago, when I took the bus up to Mexico City, the mountain pass on federal highway 150 between Puebla and Mexico City was covered in snow and the highway had been closed two days before. We’ve had several “frente frío” warnings for mountains in Oaxaca, where no one has heat. Brrrr…

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    1. Wow, yes. I’ve also traveled along the Puebla highway when it’s covered with snow. There’s a frente frío right now, but it’s not that bad. It can actually get quite cold in the Oaxaca mountains during the winter!

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