Posted by: senorwx | January 10, 2011

Chilly, eh?

Seemed chilly again today in San Francisco, Nayarit, didn’t it?

I thought so. And so did my best friend.

So what am I to do other than turn on the cellar lights and go down there to check out the dusty weather station archives. The records don’t take up too much space down there, just about four years worth.

The big picture on our ‘cold’ winter weather  is that our lowest temperature for the year usually occurs in December or January. Or March! And the March part certainly caught my eye.

Here are the facts on the annual low temperatures in San Pancho (as of today):

2011 – 55.7
2010 – 52 in January
2009 – 58 in December
2008 – 49.4 March 28 at 6:11 a.m.
2007 – 52 in December

Just when I was about to reassure my best friend that we’d soon be out of the chilly weather, here comes March 2007 to make her doubt the accuracy of my prediction.

The cold spell in San Pancho in March 2008 had temperatures well below 60 degrees from the 19th until the 29th. I have no personal recollection of it… but I barely remember last week’s weather.

To help fight the chill, I find turning on the TV to watch the blizzards back East (or anywhere else in the States recently) gives me a warm feeling.



  1. I do remember freezing our butts off one year a while back. I guess it must have been March 2008. Thanks for that info.

    Definitely agree that a watching the recent Atlanta situation helps.


    • Hopefully we won’t see the low 50s in March this year!


  2. Rather have your cold than the 19 degrees here in Pennsylvania


  3. Or the -11 my brother reported in Central Massachusetts this morning. I’m sorry for your loss… of warm weather!


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