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Baja Weather Synopsis
Wednesday, May 6, 2015 9:25 AM MST About half the peninsula will have sunny skies, but not any given half. The peninsula will be a little cooler across the board. A marine layer reaches across a little more than half the northern state of Baja California from the west, nearly reaching the Sea of Cortez near the border with Baja Sur. Much, but not all of the southern state of Baja California Sur will have sunshine but a bit cooler today.
In Baja California, Ensenada is within the string of cloudy days as May Gray works inland from the Pacific side along much of the west coast. Temperatures will remain in the mid 60's through Sunday when the sun may break through again. In Mexicali it will be partly cloudy through Friday and temperatures will descend from the upper 80's Wednesday to the mid 70's on Friday. The sun will break through over the weekend and temps will return to more seasonable levels. In San Felipe look for sun and more sun for the next 7 days. Temperatures will be in the mid 70's Wednesday and Thursday, but dip into the low 70's Friday, before warming into the weekend.
In Baja California Sur, Guerrero Negro it will be sunny today, tomorrow not, sunny again on Friday, but Sunday not. Temperatures will orbit around 70° through the weekend when things will begin to warm up again. In Loreto it is likely to be sunny through the first of the week, then clouding up a little, temps will remain in the low to mid 80's. La Paz can expect today and Saturday to be sunny, the rest will be partly cloudy. Temperatures will be in the upper 80's today, cooling a little going into Friday and then by Tuesday we'll be back challenging the 90°F mark, In the tourist destination of Cabo San Lucas look for temps in the low to mid 80's but look for mostly cloudy on Friday and partly cloudy from Sunday on. Temperatures will work upward from the low 80's on Wednesday to the upper 80's on Saturday.
(Text is updated once per day – Graphics are updated several times per day)
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