Weather for the Baja California Peninsula
Baja Weather Synopsis
Friday, March 27, 2015 9:12 AM MST Another sunny day across the peninsula but the temperatures forecasts have been revised downward a bit for the weekend. No precipitation or significant wind in in the forecast.
In Baja California, the Pacific coast will be sunny and pleasant today with temps around 76°F. The weekend should be a fabulous time for a road trip to Ensenada where it will be sunny and warm with temps in the upper 70's. In Mexicali it will be warm Thursday, with sun and temps climbing to the low 90's with the first triple digit temps on Saturday and clouds on Sunday. Along the Sea of Cortez in San Felipe they are expecting sun Friday, clouds Sunday and temps right around the 90°F mark through the weekend.
In Baja California Sur, in Puerto San Carlos it will be sunny and temps just short of 100° until Sunday becomes partly to mostly cloudy. In Loreto temperatures will rise to the upper 80's through the weekend. In La Paz we have a stunning blue sky and a little cooler today with temps rising to the upper 80's and returning to the low to mid 90's over the weekend. In Los Cabos look for sun through the forecast period and temps in the upper 80's.
Mexico springs forward to "horario de verano" or what Gringos call Daylight Savings time on Sunday April 5, which is also Easter Sunday.
Another reminder that next week is Semana Santa. (Week of Saints) This is a huge vacation week for Mexicans, much like the 4th of July is for Americans. If you have business to attend to, it is best completed by today, Thursday, as staffing levels at many businesses and government offices will be reduced beginning today. Some offices including Transito (licenses and plates) will close Wednesday. Schools are closed beginning this afternoon through next week, so watch for excited children on vacation as you drive about town. .
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