The rainy season here in Mexico begins in June and fades out around October.
The hills turn brilliant green and the country comes alive after a dormant winter of dryness. Winter is a great time to escape northern cold of course but the summer rain season is something many who come in the winter miss. The landscape comes alive.
Most days begin bright with sunshine but then clouds develop until by late afternoon great thunderheads rise up over the mountains in the south over the Lake.
It never rains lightly but comes down into buckets accompanied by massive thunderstorms.
The norm is for it to rain after dark and during the night but dawn is usually sunny and bright. Now in July there are whole days (not many) of gray clouds swirling and the temperatures drop to into the cool sixties. Despite what old timers say it never actually gets “cold”here. The days range from sixties when it is cool to high eighties when it is “hot”. Most of the time it is in the mid seventies.
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