In sunny Yucatán, it’s newsworthy when the sun disappears, just like it’s a news flash when the temperatures drop below 70, which can happen after weeks of rain.
The top story on Diario‘s website today is the fuertes lluvias, or heavy rains. A low pressure over the Bay of Campeche will continue to generate showers in the coming days, reports Diario, as translated by Google. “…Rainfall will be strong to very strong and will be … in the region at least until Friday.”
Every time the five-month-long rainy season comes in June, I do my best to monitor the situation from my computer north of the border. It’s just interesting to see how the city reacts. Already, just a few days in, the rains have [Read more…]