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    Quote Originally Posted by Traceyd14 View Post
    Did you do the walk of shame? You know the one where you garbage bin or recycling bin rattles due to the number of wine and liquor bottles rolling around inside.
    LMAO!

    I guess I'm not the only one. Usually I put empty bottles in a cabinet under the sink but by year end I've accumulated soooo many bottles and yes sometimes I feel shameful and say to myself, i drank all that...

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    a flash food watch is in effect.
    a watch, not a warning
    (currently 5 pm aruba time. sunny!)

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    For those of you who are new to Aruba and read the weather sites, let me tell you. The weather sites show rain. So far we've had the usual showers for like five minutes. We look at the weather sites while having our morning coffee and laugh. Remember also those weather sites talk about the airport. Just ignore them. We come during the "rainy season " and we have no problems despite the weather sites. Although the wind is still very slight. Anyway, another beautiful day in paradise

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    when your daughter got married on aruba a few years (3?) ago were the breezes just as light?

    Quote Originally Posted by gaby View Post
    For those of you who are new to Aruba and read the weather sites, let me tell you. The weather sites show rain. So far we've had the usual showers for like five minutes. We look at the weather sites while having our morning coffee and laugh. Remember also those weather sites talk about the airport. Just ignore them. We come during the "rainy season " and we have no problems despite the weather sites. Although the wind is still very slight. Anyway, another beautiful day in paradise

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    How windy does it get on the beach? Someone who recently visited said it was blowing so hard the sand was blowing in their face while they were on the beach. Is that normally the case?

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    normally NOT the case!
    welcome to the aruba.com community forum.

    Quote Originally Posted by CMH View Post
    How windy does it get on the beach? Someone who recently visited said it was blowing so hard the sand was blowing in their face while they were on the beach. Is that normally the case?

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    It really only blows sand at baby beach in the afternoons, but an occasion gust can happen anywhere in the world.

    I just looked at the conditions earlier and:
    Temp 82F
    Sea temp 82F
    wind 18mph
    Scattered clouds

    paradise

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    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?sto...40466862754528

    Slightly OT, about conditions more so than weather, unusual nonetheless
    Last edited by __steve__; 03-01-2018 at 07:44 AM.



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    thanks!
    pretty interesting.

    so, i wonder if rainy season had been extended this season?
    seems that those occassional and fast moving showers were somewhat frequent in Jan/Feb.
    welcome to March!

    Quote Originally Posted by __steve__ View Post
    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?sto...40466862754528

    Slightly OT, about conditions more so than weather, but reports that unusual

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    Yep it rained at some point every single day when we were there last week. Most times it was over withing 5-10 min but it really messes up evening dinner plans. The weather has been so unpredictable BLT is not seating anyone outside until the weather pattern changes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    thanks!
    pretty interesting.

    so, i wonder if rainy season had been extended this season?
    seems that those occassional and fast moving showers were somewhat frequent in Jan/Feb.
    welcome to March!

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