In Puerto Vallarta, the rains have generated floods, and these, in turn, have cause road chaos, potholes, and accidents. Not to mention the flooding of shopping centers. But in the basin of the Lerma River, the story is different.
According to the records of the State Water Commission (CEA), the current storm has taken Lake Chapala to 77.5% of its total capacity. The increase is significant because, on July 19, the lake was barely half full with 51.1 percent.
In only 78 . . .