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Lunar Phase

Weather for the Baja California Peninsula

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015 10:29 AM MST A little cooler today across the peninsula, the Pacific coastal areas will remain a bit brisk while inland deserts will remain below the three digit mark for the next few days. In the south, Pacific tropical moisture is drifting to the the northeast across the central sections of the Baja peninsula and will keep things several degrees cooler. But remember in our tropical sun it is still possible to get a serious burn, even on overcast and cooler days.

In Baja California, The Pacific coastal areas will have temperatures that struggle to reach 70° through Friday, when temps will peak in the mid 70's then cool a few degrees into the weekend. In Mexicali temps will come up short of the 100°F mark and Thursday through Monday look like they will remain under the 90°F mark as well. In San Felipe this is some of the finest weather they can offer. Sunny skies should remain through Thursday when partly cloudy will be the call for Friday and temperatures, pleasant in the upper 80's.

In Baja California Sur, in San Ignacio it will be sunny and upper 70's through late week when clouds will ensue, a slight rise in the humidity with cloud cover and temps will rise into the mid 80's. In Loreto it will be sunny with the exception of Thursday and Friday and temps will float around the mid 80's. In La Paz it is mostly cloudy today and will be a little cooler with temps in the upper 80's today and Wednesday, but we will have a respite from the upper 90's as we moved into summer temps too early.

Our SST graphics have been updated, our SST Analysis and SST Anomaly show us moving into sea temps traditional for May and June.

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

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