In this page:
* The Weather Today and Next Days
in Valle de Guadalupe
* Temperature in Francisco Zarco
* The Climate in El Porvenir
* Average and extreme Characteristics
of the Valle de Guadalupe Weather
* The best Time to visit
Valle de Guadalupe
Its climatological situation is influenced mainly by 4 factors:
1- its height of 1131 feets above sea level
2- its distance from the coast: between 15 to 18 miles in a straight line.
3- the mountains that protect it from cold streams.
4- its location within the Northern Wine Strip
To give you a better idea of the current Valle de Guadalupe weather, here we offer you two gadgets, corresponding to the two main wine communities of this region...
Francisco Zarco, also known as Guadalupe, is one of the three towns, along with San Antonio de Las Minas and El Porvenir, which make up the Guadalupe Valley.
El Porvenir is a small community with a small population.
However, in this town you will find the largest number of wineries of Valle de Guadalupe, as well as several gastronomic options and places where cultural events are held.
Besides, it is interesting to know that in El Porvenir there is an institution where courses on the production of wines are taught, which is known as "La Escuelita".
This region has very hot and dry days during the summer, but whose nights are cool thanks to air currents blowing from the coast.
The winter days have moderately cold temperatures, with some rains and low humidity.
November, December, January, February and March are the months during which the rains most frequently occur in the Valley of Guadalupe.
Annually between 250 and 300mm of water fall in this wine area.
In general, temperatures are stable each year in the "Ruta del Vino" (Baja's Wine Country).
However, historically unusual temperatures of up to 120 ° F have been recorded, and as low as 19 ° F.
These winds, also called "Santana Winds", are extremely dry winds that raise the temperature too high, occurring in the north of Baja California between the end of autumn and the beginning of spring.
The Santana Winds originate in the high parts of the Mojave Desert, USA, blowing towards the coast of the Pacific Ocean, with a duration of between 2 and 4 days.