How is the weather? why does the author choose this kind of wheather( whuat does it symbolize)?
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The wind blew fierce and strong, and it pelted them with bits of sticks, sand, and little rocks. Juana and Kino gathered their clothing tighter about them and covered their noses and went out into the world.
The weather in this chapter is as tumultuous as Kino and Juana's emotions. In its own way, the weather is a blessing, it hides their tracks as they flee. On the other hand, it also hampers their progress and slows them down.