As you can see from the photos. The window fits pretty snug. I planned on using a little expansion foam on the sides with caulking. And just caulking the top. The bottom, however, is tricky to me. The weep holes in the front of the window would allow the water to run out onto the front of the cinderblock and then back down into the cinder block. I'm not supposed to caulk the bottom of the window but I really dont' want water to drain back down into it. See this photo https://photos.app.goo.gl/t7FvgELw4IZ3Bj6h2 . See the lip of the cinderblock? The water can go back down under the window.
I just had an internal basement drain system put in around the perimeter of my house going to sump pumps and weep holes in every block at the base to allow it to drain into the system. But I didn't know if allowing this little bit of water in the cinderblock could weaken it.
Should I just fill the top cinderblock with expansion foam?