Weather for the Baja California Peninsula
Thursday, May 23, 2013 9:35 AM MDT We have a very quiet surface chart today. Far to our south there is a Low moving west that has a very slight chance of development in our Storm Watch. Along the Pacific coast of Baja California today look for coastal clouds well into the late morning and high temps this afternoon around 70°F/21°C with partly cloudy skies. Inland Mexicali will be a little cooler than forecast yesterday, with the high around 97°F/36°C. A few scattered clouds will drift across the central and southern most portions but don't expect any precipitation. Along the Sea side of the peninsula look for temps around 88°F/31°C in San Felipe. In Baja California Sur look for clear skies, light winds and temperatures around 90°F/32°C. Winds in the Sea will be light and variable, mostly from the west southwest under 10kts. Beware of local thermal conditions like La Paz's Coromuel Winds which can be profound in the early summer. Enjoy your day.
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