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Most precipitation occurs on the sides of the Nevado de Toluca of up to 1200 mm per year.
The rest live in the over 400 other communities of the valley.
The climate is classified as C(w2)(w)bi(g) under the Koppen classification system which means a sub humid temperate climate with a long summer, winter rain of less than 5%, isothermal with maximum temperatures occurring before the summer solstice .
The area has a rainy and dry season with the rainy season extending from mid May to mid October.
The valley covers an area of about 700 square kilometres, running north south with a length of 35 km. Its northern border is marked by the Guadalupana Volcano, the Cerro el Aguila and the Sierra Monte Alto.
Its southern extension is marked by the Tenango and Zempoala Volcanoes.