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Sunday, April 20, 2014 8:56 AM MST It is going to be a rather quiet day on the Sea side of the peninsula today as winds will abate. But the High pressure on the west side of the peninsula and the Low pressure trough running the down the length of the Sea will continue to develop winds from the west through the days ahead. On Tuesday things are going to become particularly windy on the Pacific side and in the high deserts as a cold front moves into the border area and will bring winds from the NNW.

In Baja California, forecasts are revised again, showing sub-70°F temps for Ensenada through most of the week ahead with Monday being the warmest day, reaching into the upper 60's. Gray skies will be the morning call for most of that region as the gloom is sucked inland from the Pacific. Inland Mexicali is expecting mid to upper 90's through the windy Tuesday, then a cooling trend of up to 10°F will set in on Wednesday, warming again toward the weekend. Along the Sea of Cortez, San Felipe will have low to mid 80's with the exception of Wednesday which may dip back into the upper 70's as the cold front passes.

In Baja California Sur, Santa Rosalia will have sunny skies and temps in the low 80's through the forecast period. Loreto will be sunny today and temps will be in the low 80's today and hovering around the mid 80's through the week. In La Paz is it sunny and brisk this morning with a high expected in the upper 80's today then working into the low 90's through the week ahead. In Los Cabos see sun and temps in the low 80's in San Jose while mid 70's will be the call in downtown. Enjoy your day.

The Easter Weekend is prime time across Mexico for outdoor activities and the beach is the favorite location in Baja. Unfortunately, over consumption of alcohol is also a favorite of this fiesta. Watch for impaired drivers and don't become one. Police across both states will be having increased vigilance for impaired drivers and check points will be common on beach routes.


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