Sorry for the slow reply, Kathy. I checked all my resources, and I would say there is only a very slight chance of light sprinkles for the next day or two. I would say even less than that except the TRMM satellite did record a few pixels of light rain around this part of Jalisco a few hours ago. Probably nothing measurable reached the ground around our location. TRMM 0600Z data: http://trmm.gsfc.nasa.gov/trmm_rain/americas/americas_3hrly_zoom.gif
However, the wave forecast might bear watching. Yesterday afternoon the waves were much higher than they have been. The NHC Eastern Pacific Tropical Weather Discussion ( http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/text/refresh/MIATWDEP+shtml/ ) mentions "...A VERY LONG PERIOD SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE SWELL. THE PEAK OF THIS SWELL WILL REACH THE CENTRAL AMERICAN AND MEXICAN COASTLINES THROUGH BAJA CALIFORNIA TODAY...AND GENERATE VERY LARGE AND POWERFUL WAVES...AND DANGEROUS CONDITIONS WITHIN THE SURF ZONE."
Our usually reliable surf forecast site for Boca de Iguanas surf break ( http://www.surf-forecast.com/breaks/Bocadelos-Iguanas/forecasts/latest ) calls for 5-6 foot waves today and tomorrow. Be careful in the water; periods of higher surf can create dangerous rip currents, especially at Boca, but also here in La Manz.