Posted by: senorwx | March 3, 2013

March: Comfortable Temperatures and No Rain

March will bring warmer days with highs in the low to mid 80’s. As of today, March 3, we’ve already set the yearly high temperature for the new year: 87 degrees. Overnight, expect mid to upper 50’s. If you plan on visiting San Pancho this month, I can virtually guarantee it won’t rain.

There is no recorded rainfall in March for the past five years! The same holds true for April. San Francisco by the Bay (of Banderas) had only a trace of rain in February. (Rain isn’t out of the question in February: 2010 and 2012 recorded more than 3 inches each.)

February was slightly warmer than usual with the average temperature of 71 degrees, just a degree warmer than 2009 and 2010 averages. High temperature last month was 81, well within the range of past February highs.The low temperature for the month was 58.1 compared to January’s 57.5, virtually the same. Checking past years, March might hold the record for the coldest overnight low temperatures of the year, lower than January or February. Only time will tell.

It has been a busy season in this little pueblo by the sea. Another spectacular Music Festival, and another outstanding annual fundraising event at EntreAmigos, plus an astonishing synchronized dance performance by San Pancho’s school children directed by the extraordinarily talented Colleen and her associates.

San Pancho, Nayarit, Mexico. What a wonderful place to be. “Gracias a la Vida”!Sunrise in San Pancho (San Francisco), Nayarit, Mexico on the Riviera Nayarit

Sunrise in San Pancho (San Francisco), Nayarit, Mexico on the Riviera Nayarit

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