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 Posted: Mon Oct 7th, 2019 05:03 pm
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Looks like a short continuation of winds from the south that will keep humidity levels up through Thursday. But after that, it appears there might be five days of light to moderate winds from the WNW. Fri-Sat, the winds could be in the 15-20 mph range. Lighter after that.


Consistent winds from the NW-N-WNW are the key feature that indicates the turning of the season.


Let's see what happens.

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I am so ready to say good bye to the humidity and bobos after working 2 summers here

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Bring on the wind!!

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Have sea temps started to drop yet?

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i heard on the radio, that they are expecting a heat wave here in Sonora for October!

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frankie wrote: i heard on the radio, that they are expecting a heat wave here in Sonora for October!

I think you're in it right now. It ends after Wednesday. 


Hard to predict past 10 days, but it looks like daytime highs over 90F end on Thursday.

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Now showing a slight chance of rain on Sun-Mon. Indeterminate as to whether it is from the south or north. In any event, no daytime highs above 90F are in the forecast. Towards the end of the forecast, there are predicted o'night lows in the low 70s.

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It now appears that an approaching low pressure area from the north is going to draw up some moisture from the south. Percentages of likelihood and amounts of predicted rain have increased. Sunday and Monday look like the days affected. Clouds should increase late in the day on Saturday.

RIGHT NOW, WU forecasts for a total of about 0.8 inches across the two days. Highs only in the low 80s. Lows in the low 70s. Could be a very pleasant event........except for the potential for increases in pollen and bobitos!!

Grrrrr!!!

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67 at solimar at 6 am this morning. 
The Bobo funeral is now officially on my calendar.

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BULLSHIPPER, help me! i have never been to a bobo funeral, what is considered proper dress?

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Anything that makes you resemble a flower will be much appreciated Frankie

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Only 64F at my house this morning! That temp probably hasnt been seen, there, since last March or April.

Still a chance of rain and/or a thunderstorm from Sunday night through Monday. Southerlies should take hold.

Outside of proximity winds to a thundercell, the fishing tournament should have fairly calm seas.

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69F at my house on the east side of the Caracol Pen

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I am reloading predictions on WU about every half hour and the amount of rain varies significantly each time. The highest prediction was for as much as two inches. The low was about 0.8. Right now, at 1.5 inches.

Probability has increased to near 100%, early to mid Monday morning.


I am expecting much less than that. The center of the low pressure WNW of Cabo San Carlos has made an abrupt move due east, colliding with land. There is a chance that the bulk of the moisture could end up a bit south of us. 

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for the last few days on the far east end, morning temperatures have been around 64/65 degrees. during the day my house indoors is heating up to 83 degrees!

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Hi
Sorry for my ignorance...what is a "bobo"?

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a type of gnat!

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Humidity increasing, even during the hot part of the day. Usually the opposite occurs.

Looks like 5pm could be the time it arrives.

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about 5:15 am it started sprinkling here on the far  west side.

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Nothing measurable on the east side. Chances of rain still exist, supposedly, measuring over an inch.

Sat and radar imagery does seem to indicate that the bulk of the moisture stayed south of us.

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