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Chuck77

Sep 14, 2008, 8:07 PM

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I would like to know what the average temperatures and rainfall ( if any) are for the months of Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. and March and , perhaps from that, determine when the most tourists are visiting the Lake Chapala area and Guadalajara.



bournemouth

Sep 15, 2008, 6:51 AM

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Re: [Chuck77] weather and populatiion

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This weather site should answer your questions:

http://www.weatherbase.com/weather/city.php3?c=MX&refer=


NEOhio1


Sep 15, 2008, 7:33 AM

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Chuck77 those months are basically very low rain months. Doesn't mean it won't rain at all but you will stop and say "gee it hasn't rained in a while". That is also the "snowbird" timeframe when people who live in snowy climes come enmass for the great weather.


Judy in Ags


Sep 16, 2008, 8:13 AM

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Bournemouth, that is a great site. I wish I could find a similar site that includes Aguascalientes. Does anyone have any ideas? Our population is about one million, so I thought it would be included, but it is not.


cyn2

Sep 30, 2008, 9:20 AM

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I went to the weatherbase site. It seemed to me that the avg. temps were cooler than I've seen other places like
MexConnect, Chapala.com, etc


johanson


Sep 30, 2008, 10:29 AM

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Sadly most weather reports for the greater Chapala area are based upon projections from larger cities on the other side of the mountains. We had not had accurate data since the Mexican Weather Channel pulled their weather station from Chapala perhaps 7 years ago. Luckily that changed last year when a weather station was put up by Steve Brown in Riberas del Pilar maybe 2 miles West of Chapala.

Check out his website. You will learn a lot about lakeside weather. Check out his links for lake levels etc.

http://www.chapalaweather.net/

lake level http://ceajalisco.gob.mx/chapala.html
 
 
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