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Old 2nd July 2019, 06:14 PM
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3-4 feet of hail in Guadalajara - yikes.

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I saw that! The photos were stunning. Also in San Miguel de Allende. Nothing here in Pátzcuaro. Although we had hail a few days ago during a rainstorm, there was not enough to accumulate.

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I have friends who have a store in Tlaquepaque and an apartment above the store.. The place was full of water and ice that came via the drains of the sink and showers and the toilets so there was so much ice and water that the sewers were backing back up to the first floor of houses on Juarez in Tlaquepaque. Unbelievalble. Some places had 1m50 of ice , that is about 5 feet of ice.. We get a lot of hail in Chiapas and it is common for the hail to be may be a foot high but 4 or 5 feet? I have never heard of that..
My friends sent me videos of their place and they have a lot of water dammage in their store.

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