The dry desert climate around the San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico area is typical of the Sonoran Desert. Here, the dry heat is complimented with cool sea breezes that blow of the Sea of Cortez, making the climate agreeable all year round.
Because of its biological diversity and geological peculiarities, San Carlos is an ecological entity with varied ecosystems. The coastline in and around San Carlos is one of he richest and most varied in the state of Sonora. You will find cliffs, reefs, caverns, bays, peninsulas, mountains, coves, islands, estuaries - all influencing and being influenced by the climate of San Carlos.
Picture yourself on the beach at Algodones, totally immersed in the beauty of a San Carlos
We have taken the average temperature readings over the past few years and have compiled the following chart for your reference.
JANUARY 63F JULY 89F FEBRUARY 64F AUGUST 89F MARCH 67F SEPTEMBER 87F APRIL 72F OCTOBER 71F MAY 77F NOVEMBER 71F JUNE 85F DECEMBER 65F
Precipitation & Sunshine
INCHES OF RAINFALL % OF SUNSHINE Air Tempurature Low/High JANUARY 0.00 78 46F - 80F FEBRUARY 0.11 80 55F - 82F MARCH 0.00 83 53F - 84F APRIL 0.00 88 59F - 91F MAY 0.00 93 64F - 95F JUNE 0.00 94 77F - 98F JULY 3.35 85 79F - 97F AUGUST 3.89 85 77F - 97F SEPTEMBER 0.07 89 73F - 95F OCTOBER 0.07 88 64F - 95F NOVEMBER 1.14 84 59F - 86F DECEMBER 0.00 77 46F - 79F AVERAGE 0.71 AVERAGE 86 62F - 90F
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Please Note: You will find San Carlos weather under GUAYMAS
Fishing and Climate - seasonal
SPRING (Mar. Apr. May) SUMMER (Jun. Jul. Aug) Jurel (yellowtail) Pez Vela (sailfish) Baya (grouper) Dorado (dolphin) Pargo (snapper) Marlín (marlin) Salmon (whitefish) Barrilete (skijack) Calico (pinto bass) Sierra (sierra) AUTUMN (Sept. Oct. Nov) WINTER (Dec. Jan. Feb.) Pez Vela (salifish) Jurel (yellowtail) Dorado (dolphin) Baya (grouper) Marlin (marlin) Calico (pinto bass) Barrilete (skijack) Pargo (snapper) Sierra (sierra) Salmon (whitefish)
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Ecosystems and Climate
Approximately 12 miles north of San Carlos is one of the world's magical and isolated places. It is a rugged and untamed wilderness, home to 3 diverse and rare ecosystems that can only be reached by boat. Considered a 'sacred place' by the Com Caacs (Seri) Indians,
Las Barajitas is a paradise for nature lovers and adventurers alike. The Las Barajitas area is just one example of the varied climatic environments offered in and around San Carlos.
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