I just realized I haven’t commented on the Todos Santos weather in a while. It’s whacko! For the last couple of weeks we have been getting fog from a marine layer offshore that makes it inland about 50% of the time. This is not normal April weather. Last night at sunset, the fog poured in. Very odd.
Southern Californians call this kind of fog “June gloom” since it normally occurs in June. We are getting it in April. Does this mean we will get August’s heat in June? I certainly hope not.
Right now, noon on Friday April 29, the sun is shining brightly behind my house but one block to the west you can barely see a thing, the fog is so thick. The ocean is not visible at all. Blues skies one block east, solid grey one block west.
Global climatic change! Get used to it.
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