Weather for the Baja California Peninsula
Baja Weather Synopsis
Monday, January 26, 2015 9:07 AM MST It will be a cloudy or rainy day across much of the Baja peninsula today with cooler temps and at very least cloudy skies through much of the week as Baja hits the depths of winter. The good news is in about 10 days things will begin to look like spring. Winds in the Sea will remain moderate through the week 15-18kts, but may start to rip again from the NNW closer to the weekend.
In Baja California, Ensenada rain today with temps eeking toward the upper 60's through most of the week, Tuesday may be the only sunny day in the next 7. In Mexicali look for rain today with temps in the mid 60's, cloudy through the week with warming on Wednesday and Thursday. In San Felipe there will be a chance of shower today and Friday with Tuesday being the only sunny day and temps bouncing around the 70°F mark through the week.
In Baja California Sur, Guerrero Negro will have a rainy day today with temps in the mid 60's warming back to the 70°F mark tomorrow. It will be partly cloudy through the week with the sun next appearing on Sunday, but the shot at some rain Friday and Saturday. In Loreto it will be overcast today with a slight chance of rain and temps in the low 70's, warming to the mid 70's under partly cloudy skies mid week. A shot at some rain again comes at the end of the week. This week in La Paz it will be partly cloudy through the weekend with temps in the mid to upper 70's and the threat of rain come the weekend. Winds will remain from the NNW 15-18kts through the afternoons of the week. In the tourist destination of Los Cabos we must apologize to those who chose to vacation this week. We will have some of the least pleasing weather to offer with the chance of thunderstorms today, a little sun on Tuesday then partly to mostly cloudy through the week with a chance of rain coming on Saturday and Sunday. It will be warm with temps bounding around the low to mid 80's.
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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