by Mike Godsey, iwindsurf.com/ikitesurf.com
Weatheflow.com

Mail: mikeATwindsurf.com

Below is the clouds associated with the high-speed winds at ≈ 18,000 ft. that were near Baja yesterday. These clouds as well as the low clouds you see in the bottom image took the edge off the winds yesterday and made them up and down at times near shore. Overnight this upper trough has mostly moved into mainland Mexico so we should see more blue skies. So even though the El Norte winds are fading the local thermal winds will build.