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Cozumel Diving & Possible Terrible Weather: To change dates or not?

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My husband and I are planning a week of diving in Cozumel next week (June 16-20). We've both been to Mexico before, but it was years ago. And we've never been to Cozumel.

The weather forecast looks rather bleak. We're wondering, is this something that we should gamble on? Or move our trip to new dates? We know that, in the tropics, a forecast for rain might just mean an hour of downtime in an otherwise lovely day.

On the other hand, thunderstorms and metal scuba tanks and little diving boats don't sound like a plausible combination.

The forecast for every single day is some variation of: Thunderstorms likely. High 82F. Winds E at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 90%.

What do you think? Should we gamble?

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