Weather for the Baja California Peninsula
Baja Weather Synopsis
Tuesday, January 27, 2015 11:45 AM MST There will be broken clouds across most of the peninsula today but the rains for the most part will have passed. Winds in the Sea will be moderate through the week 15-18kts, but may start to rip again from the NNW closer to the weekend.
In Baja California, Ensenada be sunny Tuesday with increasing clouds on Wednesday and temps that will be in the upper 60's today falling to the low 60's on Thursday and Friday with things looking up for the weekend. In Mexicali look for partly cloudy through the weekend with temps in the mid 70's. In San Felipe Tuesday will be sunny and in the upper 60's with clouds and warming on Wednesday. skies will be cloudy through the weekend,winds will be under 12kts through the weekend. Sunday my be breezy.
In Baja California Sur, Guerrero Negro will enjoy a sunny day today but a tropical moisture system will merge with a descending cold front and will bring a good chance of rain the end of the week, temperatures Tuesday will range in the low 70's to the upper 50's on Saturday. In Loreto look for partly to mostly cloudy skies Tuesday with temps in the low 70's, dipping slightly as the weekend arrives and the decent chance of rain on Friday with a nw blow from the NNW beginning on Sunday. In La Paz it is partly cloudy today with temps expected to rise into the low to mid 70's Partly to mostly cloudy will be the call for the rest of the week with rain likely on Friday and temps dropping to the upper 60's before another norther starts to blow on Sunday 15-22kts. In the tourist destination of Cabo San Lucas look for partly cloudy with a chance of rain on Friday. Skies will clear Sunday, but temps will fall with a breeze from the NNW.
(Text is updated once per day – Graphics are updated several times per day)
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