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Tuesday, July 22, 2014 10:20 AM MST A little less happening on our Mexico Surface Chart today. That High (blue arrow) west of Tijuana is keeping things clear and dry over the peninsula. Those pesky thunderstorms (magenta arrow) that work west from the mainland will remain at bay, through the end of the week. There is one area of interest developing south southwest of Cabo San Lucas by nearly 1000 miles moving west into the Pacific and a tropical wave traversing the east Eastern Pacific with another on the way. Wednesday and Thursday have a shot at being the hottest day of the year across the peninsula.

Along the Pacific coast of Baja California, look for mostly sunny conditions through the week with Ensenada finally getting some spring weather as temps will work into the mid 70's today and into the low 80's tomorrow and into the weekend. Inland in Mexicali, look to cook the paint off your car as temps will reach 111°F today and flirt with 120°F on Thursday. Along the Sea of Cortez in San Felipe temps will be in the low to mid 90's and then Wednesday look for temps to crest 100°F.

In Baja California Sur, Guerrero Negro will see temps reach 90°F today, but the cooling Pacific breeze to 15kts from the NW will keep things cooler, and later in the week temps will move into the upper 90's. Along the Sea of Cortez from Mulege to Loreto look for mostly sunny skies and temps reaching close to the 100°F mark. The threat of thunderstorms resumes at the end of the work week. In La Paz is it crystal blue this morning and we are expected to reach near 100°F today and peak for the season at close to 105°F on Wednesday. In Cabo San Lucas it is partly cloudy this morning as a wisp of clouds moves to the southwest across the tip of the peninsula. Look for mostly sunny skies through the week and temps in the mid to upper 80's, adding as much as 10°F as you move east toward San Jose del Cabo and in the tourist corridor.

Winds in the Sea of Cortez are expected to remain light and variable, mostly the result of local thermal conditions. Along the Pacific coast things are going to pick up from the NW through the week, peaking late weak with winds in excess of 22kts.

On our Tropical Watch there is one area of interest hundreds of miles south of Cabo San Lucas. This system poses little threat to us as it moves harmlessly off into the Central Pacific. A tropical wave is moving along the ITCZ but doesn't look like this wave will stir up anything. A new tropical wave will enter our chart tomorrow and may be able to gather a storm by the end of the week. But the tropical flow remains strong to the west and a system headed in our direction remains unlikely.

The good news is nothing to sweat today, no tropical cyclone formation is expected in the next 24hrs, and since the flow remains strongly to the west, we have yet to get too excited about tropical cyclones in Baja.



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