A subtropical jet is producing a large band of deep clouds over Baja Peninsula



A weak 1017 mb high pressure area near 27N 119W is causing light winds across much of the area this Sunday.



Seas are generally in the 4 to 6 ft range in NW swell originating from a low pressure system well off the California coast.

A subtropical jet is producing a large band of deep clouds with embedded showers and thunderstorms possible from 18N to 28N,  including over the Gulf  of California.

The high pressure area will dissipate later today as a large  extra-tropical low pressure system and attendant fronts approach the region. This system is expected to weaken as it tracks  southeastward during the next few days. Fresh to strong SE to S  winds will develop offshore of Baja California Norte ahead of the low late Monday and Tuesday.

The weakening low is expected to  cross the region around the middle of the week.

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