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Weather for the Baja California Peninsula

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014 9:29 AM MST The Sea of Cortez look pretty calm through Saturday, when a slight blow from the NNW will develop in the northern most reaches of the Sea. Winds on the outside will blow today to 20kts from the NNW, then diminish through the weekend. Because of a cold front moving through southern California look for temperatures along the Pacific coast to remain in the low 60's through the end of next week.

In Baja California, the Pacific border coastal areas will be struggling to reach the low 60's today while inland in Mexicali look for temps in the low 90's. Further south along the Pacific San Quintin will reach the upper 70's. Tomorrow will be a little cooler. Along the Sea, San Felipe will enjoy sunny skies and temps in the low 90's s today and then cool off through the weekend into a very pleasant mid 80's.

In Baja California Sur, look for clear skies and abating winds in the central Sea from Santa Rosalia south to Loreto, temps will be in the upper 80's today in Loreto, falling 5-7°F tomorrow through the weekend. In La Paz it is cloudy this morning, but we are expecting afternoon clearing and temps in the low 90's today and then upper 80's through the weekend. In Los Cabos look for temps in the low 80's with sunny skies. Enjoy your day.

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