While out running errands this morning, it was impossible not to notice the dark, threatening rain clouds all around San Miguel.
It's unusual not to have azure blue skies with white puffy clouds or no clouds. This is kind of fun to see. For a while that is.
I started taking photos on the way home on the cobble stoned road that is part of the Royal Road up by the Botanical Garden entrance. The road home.
We are starting to get the outer bands of rain and winds. It's not a strong storm
nor is it supposed to do anything other then lots of rain.
Possibly 4 - 8 inches of rain and in isolated areas 12 inches, which is a LOT for Mexico at one time.
I check these warnings on several weather sites on the internet along with getting advisories from my friend Vandy in Galveston. I'm fascinated by tropical weather.
I guess if you lived on the Gulf Coast most of your life, as I did, you never stop looking up at the skies when tropical weather is threatening. We need ten more inches in San Miguel before the rainy season is over - but not all in one day!