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Thursday, August 28, 2014 1:27 PM MD Hey we're back! after taking a little longer than expected to make the computer change over for our weather systems we are back with almost all our graphics in order. Tropical Storm Marie is now well of shore and the surf along west facing beaches will continue to diminish through the weekend as the storm weakens. Baja will be scorching as the humidity will blanket in much of the heat over night, but the good news is there are no systems on the horizon for us and temps should begin to decline through the week ahead.

In Baja California look for 85°F and sunny along the coast in Ensenada while inland it will warm to close to 110°F in Mexicali. along the Sea of Cortez San Felipe will have temps right around the 100° mark for the next couple of days before cooling sets in the first part of next week.

In Baja California Sur it will be toasty as well with temps in Guerrero Negro reaching the mid 90's before cooling to the low 90' the first of the week. In Loreto it will be warm and humid with temps close to 100° and a slight bit warmer in La Paz. In Cabo San Lucas look for partly cloudy skies and temps in the low 90's downtown, warming as you move east along the Tourist corridor.

On our Tropical Watch we have Marie, now just a Tropical Storm, and today is forecast to be the last day of that, as it dissipates well west of the peninsula over the next several days. The good news is it looks like no additional storm formation is expected in the immediate forecast. Enjoy your day.

Tropical Cyclone Names for the Eastern Pacific – 2014

active Indicates an Active System - Dissipated Systems show greatest intensity achieved

H4 Amanda

H5 Genevieve

active TS Marie


TS Boris

H1 Hernan



H4 Cristina

H4 Iselle



TS Douglas

H3 Julio



TS Elida

H1 Karina



TS Fausto

H1 Lowell



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