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Monday, March 30, 2015 8:08 AM MST The Pacific coastal areas will begin the week a little cooler. Much of the peninsula will alternate sunny and partly cloudy days. Today a large mass of Pacific moisture will cross the mid peninsula but no precipitation is expected. In Baja California Sur look for similar alternating conditions and temps in the upper 80's and low 90's. This is Semana Santa, which is a big vacation week. Many businesses are working on reduced staff and some government offices will begin to close for Pasqua on Wednesday.

In Baja California, The Pacific coastal areas will have temperatures around 70°F through the first part of the week. Inland in Mexicali, look for sun through Thursday, and temps in the upper 90's, cooling a few degrees on Wednesday. Along the Sea of Cortez in San Felipe look for partly cloudy today with clearing on Tuesday and temps in the mid 80's through the forecast period.

In Baja California Sur, in Loreto there will be a few cloudy and partly cloudy days to lead off the week with temps in the upper 80's through the week. In La Paz we have clear skies this morning and temps are expected to rise into the low 90's. In Cabo San Lucas it will be sunny today and Wednesday, other than that will be partly sunny with temps in the upper 80-'s through the week.

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