As cold front 33 passed through the northern border of Mexico, moisture of the pacific brought coastal rains from Baja to Oaxaca, while the Gulf side of the country is dealing with similar weather, covering most of Mexico.
In Jalisco rain fall amounts ranged between 25 mm – 50 mm with winter’s fifth storm of the season from northern Mexico.
Monday’s temperature in Puerto Vallarta reached a high of 20 C / 68 F, in a month where the average highs are typically 27 C / 82 F. Some higher elevations in the state have dipped well below freezing.
The national weather service expects the clouds and rains to be over Puerto Vallarta through the rest of today and into tomorrow until sunny skies are expected to return Wednesday with a rebound in normal temperatures for this time of the year.
The weather is to blame for several minor accidents and slips around the city, as well as Regional Hospital dealing with several leaks and flooding corridors.
National weather information is available online at http://www.conagua.gob.mx/
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