La Paz

La Paz has an arid climate. The climate of La Paz is typically dry, warm and sunny with a year around average of between 23 and 25 °C (73 and 77 °F). Summer months (July-September) are typically between 34 and 36 °C (93 and 97 °F) and can be humid. The winter months (December-February) are the coldest with temperatures dropping below 15 °C (59 °F) at night, but mostly maxima are from 20 to 25 °C (68 to 77 °F). Breezes from Bahía de La Paz keep the temperature mild. The bay also acts as a barrier against seasonal storms in the Sea of Cortez. Rainfall is minimal, although erratic downpours can bring heavy rains. La Paz averages over 300 days of sunshine annually.During the summer the cooling Coromuel winds, a weather phenomenon unique to the La Paz area, blow during the night from the Pacific over the Peninsula and into the Bay of La Paz.As with most of the Gulf of California, the temperature of the water changes substantially over the course of the year, around 64-70 °F during winter and around 77-85 °F during summer

Visiting La Paz today gives one the impression it is a location of contrasts; exotic and overwhelming while at the same time calm and relaxing. La Paz, the capital of Baja California Sur, located north of the Tropic of cancer offers many different access options by air,land and sea travel.