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Satellite image, so about 04:30hr taken in 8.4 µm cloud top IR mode.
It is 05:45hr in La Paz BCS and this is a 10:30UTC (Coordinated Universal Time which is 6 hours ahead of Mountain Time) satellite image, so about 04:30hr taken in 8.4 µm cloud top IR mode.
We ad the locations for easier viewing. Looks like #TodosSantos has at least a heavy cloud coverage or even rain....? Any feedback on that??
https://bajaclima.com/2p5kLgC

+Cabo San Lucas +San Jose del Cabo +Todos Santos +Loreto +La Paz Baja California Sur BCS +La Paz BCS Mexico +La Paz Baja California Sur BCS
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Mexican Prez Vicente Fox Taught Us Some 'Useful' Spanish Phrases for Traveling in Mexico. "I'm sorry for the orange asshole" ought to come in handy. And after his time in office ended in 2006, he made waves yet again on this side of the border by way of his colorful responses to Donald Trump's relentless attacks on Mexico.

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Teams from the United States, Canada and Mexico have gathered for the sixth of seven planned rounds on how to revamp the 1994 pact.
Progress is slow, prompting Mexico to suggest the talks could be extended to give officials more time to address disagreements threatening to undermine the $1.2 trillion treaty.

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The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and her beau Younes Bendjima stayed at a resort in Punta Mita for a weekend in January 2018.

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The internal fracturing of Mexico’s drug cartels has led to soaring violence across the country in the past year, prompting the U.S. State Department to issue travel warnings to 23 of 31 Mexican states.
Mexico has struggled and largely failed to re-establish control in states where organized crime has its deepest roots and where local and state governments are essentially part of the criminal enterprise. It’s a crisis of governance, violence and corruption, and Mexico has yet to find the key to solving this problem.
Bloody, murderous Friday in Baja California Sur!!! Just 2 days after the renewed travel-warning by the US state department a wave of murder hit #BajaSur. 9 people got murdered during multiple firearm attacks that occurred at southern peninsula. People got killed in Ciudad Constitución (2), Loscabos (2) and 4(!) in the state capital of La Paz.
Additional 2 people were severely injured and 4 others were treated for minor injuries.
Local media sources:
BCS Noticias >>> https://goo.gl/aTD5zh
El Sudcaliforniano >>> https://goo.gl/7ACwPq
Colectivo Pericu >>> https://goo.gl/U3JRju

+Loscabos Cabo San Lucas +Cabo San Lucas +San Jose del Cabo +La Paz Baja California Sur BCS +La Paz BCS Mexico +News Syndicators
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What originated as a casual discussion months ago in The Daily Show writers' room came to fruition over the weekend in New York City. On Friday, Comedy Central's long-running satirical newscast and talk show unveiled "The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library" at 3 West 57th Street in Midwtown Manhattan--only about 150 paces down the block from Trump Tower.
A Daily Show tweet touting the opening last week read, "This weekend only! Aside from the nuclear fallout, these tweets will be Trump's most lasting legacy." #PresidentialTwitterLibrary #TrumpTweets

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Relatively few people across the globe have confidence in U.S. President Donald Trump to do the right thing when it comes to world affairs. And some of his most prominent policy proposals – such as building a wall between the U.S. and Mexico, withdrawing from trade and climate agreements, and restricting people from some Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S. - are deeply unpopular.
http://bajaurl.com/noconfidenceTrump
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Newton first came ashore near the Los Cabos resorts Tuesday morning as a Category 1 hurricane with winds of 90 mph, pelting the area with torrential rain as residents took shelter at home and tourists huddled in hotels. The storm broke windows, downed trees and knocked out power, but the area was spared the kind of extensive damage seen two years ago when they were walloped by a stronger storm.

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A shame no more flights from USA coming in to La Paz. It's not a real big deal to come from or go to SJDC but still - it's the BCS capital
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Shortly after sunrise at Ensenada de La Paz
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