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Raining in Joco. I don't know which way it is moving as it is very calm but bring your laundry in. The first since January.

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Could definitely see this coming today on all the solar monitoring systems in the area and the ajijicweather.com solar / UV index:   (a good sun day is a nice smooth bell curve)

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1/10 of an inch of rain last night-just enough to cool things off.

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I only got 2/100 of an inch on my automated rain gear so I went to the roof and poured some water in and dirty water came out so maybe its a good idea to clean your tipper type rain gauge before the rainy season.  I know it rained much more than 2/100. If I had the problem I bet other also have problem.

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Mudgirl, I don't know how the weather is on the coast where you live, but for those of us that live on Lake Chapala, the first rains are truly a marvelously exciting and refreshing time to be at Lakeside.  Remember that the last time we had a real rain it was around the first week of October of last year.  Between then and now we've only had just a few light sprinkles here and there that you count on one hand.  So yes, rain makes for an exciting conversation at the Lake.

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1 hour ago, mudgirl said:

It rained.

I heard sirens.

I passed an accident, anyone know what happened?

I heard a cicada.

Any newbie reading this forum might think retired ex-pats have nothing to do all day 🙂

Any newbie reading this forum might think you are the one that has nothing to do but comment on others posts    smile 

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11 minutes ago, dichosalocura said:

So yes, rain makes for an exciting conversation at the Lake.

You just proved my point, but I was just joking around. Don't take yourself so seriously.

It's the same here on the coast- there's the dry season and the rainy season. Quite dry and dusty right now, and the rain is always welcome, but seeing as it's a normal fact of life here, an "exciting topic of conversation", it isn't. 

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I may be a newbie in Lakeside.
But not a newbie on neighborhood social networking.
It’s a VERY normal community social conversation.

These are normal somewhere else too:
* Lost chicken, pig, etc.
* Porch pirates
* Someone taking photos of my house
* Someone parking in front of my mailbox
* Someone knocking at my door
* Heard gunshots?!
 

 

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