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#1 nsousa

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    Posted 06 February 2011 - 02:47 AM

    Can any brides post their experience with Riviera Maya weather in mid-May.  I figured it would be hot - but my WC told me it was hotter than July.  We were there in July and I hope that's not the truth!

     

    What time of day does it start to cool down?



    #2 NEMMERZ

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      Posted 06 February 2011 - 05:25 AM

      Geez I hope its not THAT hot

       

      I get married may 5

       

      I have read it is in the mid 80's daytime

       

      and 70's at nite.....

       

      Crap my wedding is at 3pm........LOL.....Hot i am sure.......



      #3 Nicyx

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        Posted 06 February 2011 - 05:30 AM

        We requested 4PM for our wedding on May 6th but have been given 1PM, My biggest fear is us looking like we have just walked out of the sea with our clothes on!! :*(

         

        xox



        #4 Maritza919

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          Posted 06 February 2011 - 06:58 AM

          Uh oh I hope not. I'm looking at both May and July dates. I don't want it to be too hot. :(

          #5 nsousa

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            Posted 15 February 2011 - 12:59 AM

            July was pretty hot!  And it rained every day we were there, but only one day did it not pass quickly and we got rained out for a few hours. 

             

            May is supposed to have much less rain...but I hate extreme heat!  Probably should have waited until the end of the year...but I'm more afraid of hurricanes than humidity.  LOL

             

            We are doing a 6pm ceremony and then a beach reception, so hope it cools down a lot at night!






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