March 4, 2019
YES YES YES YES YES
Average rainfall for our San Diego-North Baja Mexico region is set at 7.2 inches from October 1 to April 30.
Some areas of our crazy region, particularly the high-desert mesa regions (chapparal biome) run 3 to 3.5 inches/year.
We looked at Mexican government data last year, and our San Vicente region averaged out 3.6 inches/year over the last 40 years.
Last rainy season (2017-2018) , we only received 1.8 inches (yes, the Mex govt has a hydrometer in San Vicente).
Guess what?? RIGHT NOW, we are at almost 130% of normal rainfall!
San Diego is well over 10 inches of rain for the Oct-Apr season. We won't receive the Mex govt data for a couple of months, but we are SURE it's right up there... we've been there, the mud is ankle-deep, some roads are totally im-passable, and we've had to do significant 'seal up' work on the Ministry Center/House.
Oh, yeah... GREEN can be seen everywhere... not the usual brown-brown-brown...
WE ARE NOT COMPLAINING!!!
Yes, Lord! You've sent the physical rain... send Holy Spirit rain in a Revival and Visitation in San Vicente!