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Sunday, January 25, 2015 8:45 AM MST Tropical Pacific moisture is going to bring the threat of rain to an increasing area of the peninsula the today and through late Monday. Winds in the Sea will diminish during this time, but as the weather clears winds from the NNW will resume again Tuesday and into late week, blowing 18-25kts in the central Sea.

In Baja California, Ensenada will have partly cloudy skies today with increasing clouds and the threat of rain tomorrow. Temperatures will peak today in the low 70's today and fall just short of that mark through the week, with Friday being the coldest, as a front moves south along the California coast. Mexicali will have a very nice close tot he weekend with temps in the upper 70's and plenty of sun. But the Pacific moisture will spread up the Sea and bring the threat of rain on Monday with temps falling into the upper 50's as cold north air meets the warm Pacific moisture. In San Felipe will have partly cloudy conditions today with the threat of rain tomorrow. Low 70's will be the call for today and low 60's tomorrow with a warming trend into the week with rain and colder temps with winds from the NNW coming back next weekend.

In Baja California Sur, Guerrero Negro will have partly cloudy today with increasing clouds and the threat of rain on Monday. Temperatures will fall from the upper 70's today to the upper 60's tomorrow. Tuesday will bring clearing and a rise in temps back to the low 70's. A north Pacific storm is forecast to move down the coast closer to the weekend and will bring colder temps and the threat of rain for the coming weekend. Loreto will have temps in the low 70's for the first part of this week with the threat of rain tomorrow and increasing winds to 20kts from the NNW on Tuesday. The week will remain mostly cloudy as temperatures struggle to the mid 70's. In La Paz it is calm this morning with winds expected to rise again on Tuesday and could reach 20kts from the NNW on Wednesday. There is a chance of rain today and chance of rain tomorrow. Temperatures will rise from the mid 70's today into the low 80's through much of the week with the threat of rain again next weekend. Not the best week for a vacation in Cabo San Lucas as clouds will be the call for much of the week. Today will have a chance of rain with temps around 70°F tomorrow will have rain and thunderstorms. The first of the week will see warming and temps into the low to mid 80's until late in the week when cooler temps will ensue and the threat of rain again next weekend

Winds in the Sea will remain relatively calm through late Monday, 12-15kts and will increase Tuesday morning and blow through Friday reaching 20-25kts at the peak of the blow from the NNW.

Winds in the Sea will fade away a bit through the day today, with Sunday being the calmest of the week, as winds will build again from the NNW on Monday and into Thursday 15-25kts from the NNW, stronger as you move south.

(Text is updated once per day – Graphics are updated several times per day)

 

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