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Posted: 06/12/18 05:12pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Flooding rain damage. Road closed many places. Going south. In two weeks all should be good on Mex 15 and 200 EXCEPT for new and exciting pot holes.

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Mex I hope it did not affect you in any way.


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The Pacific tropical storm is headed for Arizona and New Mexico, probably will be there by saturday, it started raining here yeaterday at 15:00 and did not stop until 08:30 today in the morning, hurricane and rain season are here.

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At least it will make for cooler traveling from Sunday on.

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Today Las Penas 92F with 87% R/H and another storm is forming in el golfo de tehuantepec. She's off to a wild and woolly start la temporada huracan y las aguas

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Today it was 77 f and 29% R.H. in Sunny Regina, SK

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Expecting thunderstorms in Kino this pm. Originally it was supposed to cool off but now the forecast is for high 80's. It was 105 in Calle Doce yesterday!

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Bud is now a tropical depression South Of the Baja Peninsula and there is a depression South of Acapulco, the depression on the Maya peninsula is inland around Merida and once it enters the Gulf of Mexico it could pic enough heat to become a hurricane, again it rained all night it is 08:30 and it is still a light drizzle, it may be a really wet year.

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Sonora has 40,000 hectares of fires. Rain would be good. So far nothing.

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I am hoping for rain for Durango, Sonora, and Chihuahua. A lot of people survive or perish by the amount of rainfall. The tarahumara indians can starve to death in a drought. The latest depression is drenching coastal Oaxaca. Careful with after-rain baches. Some get absurdly large and deep.

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