.BAJA WEATHER SERVICE SYNOPSIS...
Onshore flow will prevail through next weekend. Onshore flow will
weaken into Monday with an inland warming trend through Monday
and Tuesday...then cooling into Thursday as onshore flow
strengthens with gusty west winds for the mountains and deserts.
The Sea of Cortez will experience gusty winds to La Paz, through
Onshore flow will weaken for next weekend with a warming trend.
There are small chances for light precipitation for late Thursday
into early Friday...but any precipitation of significance is
expected to remain north of Point Conception. There will be some
high clouds at times with patchy night and morning coastal low
clouds and fog extending locally inland.
.FOR EXTREME NORTHERN BAJA CALIFORNIA...
.SHORT TERM (Today through Tuesday)...
A low pressure system off the Pacific Northwest coast will weaken
and move inland on Monday as another low pressure system moves
into a position off the Pacific Northwest coast on Tuesday. This
will maintain onshore lower level flow and dry southwest flow
aloft across Southern California. High pressure aloft across
northern Mexico will strengthen slightly into Monday bringing an
inland warming trend into Monday with slight cooling on Tuesday.
Night and morning coastal low clouds and fog will remain fairly
patchy and not extend much farther inland than the western valleys
with the marine layer becoming gradually shallower into Tuesday.
There will be some patchy radiational late night and early
morning fog in lower lying coastal and valley areas. There will
also be some high clouds at times as the trough of low pressure to
the north draws subtropical mid and high level moisture northward
into Northern Baja California.
.LONG TERM (Wednesday through Saturday)...
A low pressure system off the Pacific Northwest coast on
Wednesday will weaken and move inland on Thursday and Thursday
night with the GFS a little faster and the ECMWF a little slower
and more amplified. Broad high pressure aloft then returns near
the West Coast for Friday into next weekend.
As the trough of low pressure moves inland to the north...it will
bring stronger onshore across Southern California with cooling
into Thursday...then slow warming for Friday and greater inland
warming on Saturday. There will also be stronger and gusty west
winds as the trough moves inland...mainly Thursday and Thursday
night. That trough of low pressure will also draw additional
subtropical moisture northward towards Southern California with
most precipitation of significance remaining north of Point
Conception with small chances for light precipitation to the
south and east...mainly late Thrusday and early Friday.
121040Z...SCT-BKN cloud layers AOA FL150 with unrestricted VIS
through Monday morning.
Baja Mexico Coasts...A few patches of stratus with bases near 1000-1500
ft MSL may develop over western portions of San Diego County. KSAN
and KCRQ could have a CIG at times through 16Z, but should mostly
remain FEW-SCT. Otherwise, local BR with 3-5 SM vis with isolated
spots 1 SM or less in the valleys through 15Z. Patchy stratus with
bases near 700-1100 ft MSL may develop late this evening, but
confidence is low in timing and location as it will likely be patchy
Combined seas of 5-6 ft with 6-7 second period waves will create
rough conditions today. In addition, northwest winds gusting to
around 20 kt are possible each afternoon and evening through
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