A Look at Lake Chapala Weather

April 30, 2016

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Hi  Everyone, 

Well, no doubt you’ve heard the old saying, “Everyone talks about the weather, but no one does anything about it.” Well, I may not be able to change the weather, but I did something about it when I lived in Texas well over a decade ago.

I moved to Lake Chapala, Mexico where the weather is said to be one of the best in the world. I’ve never regretted the move.

We have very mild seasons here. Just enough change not to be bored.  It rare in the winter to need more than a warm sweater when out in the morning and by mid day you probably will want to take the sweater off.

Yes, we have a rainy season, but the rains occur mostly at night and so we get to get up to a freshly washed morning.  The rains rarely interfere with our daily outdoor activities.

The other wonderful things about the mild, almost perpetual spring like weather, is that there’s always some plants or trees sporting flowers or just beautiful leaves that look like flowers.

Some plants like the Poinsettia plants we enjoy in the USA and Canada (especially around Christmas for their beautiful red leaves that kook like flowers) grow here to become full size trees. Almost like Christmas all year long.

Want to know more about our weather, our climate and the condition of Lake Chapala just click on Weather Link on the top of the main page or cut and paste the following address  into your browser.


So when you really want the straight scoop on our weather or the condition of Lake Chapala just click on the weather link on our home page to go straight to the weather station in our area,

The weather station is located near Chapala just a short distance North of Lake Chapala in a subdivision called Riberas del Pilar.

NOTE: If you just enter Lake Chapala weather in a search engine you likely will get links to the airport weather station or one in Guadalajara which will be the weather there.. not the same as weather here at the Lake,

All fir now. Let me know when I can help with real estate needs and tours of the area as well.

Siempre  tu amigo,  Sid





With the mild year around weather there are always colorful birds including humming birds to watch going about there business.






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