Puerto Vallarta Moves To Western Europe

We know that Hansen wouldn’t spread misinformation. For he is an honourable man.

By: Jim Scherrer 

Those of us that have lived in Puerto Vallarta for many years agree, the fall and early winter of 2010 was the coldest we’ve witnessed. Everybody seems to be talking about the unusually cool evenings and mornings; so cold that many of the local women are wearing sweaters and some of the guys are even wearing long pants!

We were curious as to just how cold it’s been so we decided to do a three month weather review of Vallarta. According to the Wunderground website, there has been no measurable amount of rainfall since the first of October. We also noticed that the average daily temperature for October through December of 2010 was only 73.5*F. It’s no wonder that everyone is talking about the cold winter weather; after all, the historical average for that 92 day period of time is 77.3*F, i.e. 3.8*F higher! In order to fully appreciate just how much colder than normal it’s been, please see the 92 day graph at http://www.PVREBA.com .



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2 Responses to Puerto Vallarta Moves To Western Europe

  1. peterhodges says:

    and bet money, like my house, it is sill a nice red spot on hansen’s map

  2. Felicitas says:

    My husband and I went to Vallarta in March and I loved it. It was like our 2nd honeymoon. There’s so many things to do, it’s crazy. We did the Caletas Tour, we got a massage at the spa, we did the canopy ride, we partied and had great food….so enjoy it…it’s very very nice and romantic.
    Felicity-Los Cabos HotelsHotels in Vallarta

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