April has been a beautiful month in San Pancho, Nayarit, Mexico.
A high temperature of 83, the low 55 and the average 72…the same as last year. The total number of hours of sunshine (you didn’t know we tracked that, did you?) was 276, just about the same as last year. And no precipation.
Which leads to the obvious question about when will the rainy season begin here on Mexico’s west coast.
The answer is May. But barely. As you can see from past years, May of 2009 was the only May in recent history to record significant rainfall. May of 2010 didn’t give any indication of the drenching we’d have in September that year.
So you’ve still got time to put on the roof sealer and get other pre-rainy season home projects completed. And plenty of time to enjoy the nicest time of the year here in San Francisco, Nayarit!
As my favorite mascot does every morning on the beach!