Weather Links for Los Cabos
Los Cabos is located on the southernmost tip of the 1,000-mile long Baja California Peninsula, on the west side of mainland Mexico, just below Southern California. The Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) borders Los Cabos on the east; the Pacific Ocean is to the west. Los Cabos is approximately 1,000 miles south of San Diego, California, U.S.A.

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There are about 300 sunny days a year in Los Cabos!

August and September are the hottest months, but the heat is dry and there are ocean breezes year round.

Evenings between October and April can be cool enough for a light sweater or jacket. From August to October one or two day tropical storms, know as "chubascos", can put a damper on fishing trips.

Los Cabos has not too much fluctuation in the weather because the average temperature is between 70 to 80?F and there is a constant cooling breeze.

The rainy season covers most of July and through September, rains last a short time and just enhance the colors of the hills.

The average water temperature in the Capes is 74?F.

Weather links to explore:

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  • The Weather Channel - Satellite of the West Coast of Mexico.
  • USA Today

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