Los Cabos enjoys nearly perfect year-round weather, with more than 300 sunny days and average temperatures of 82 degrees Fahrenheit. In late summer, from June to September, temperatures can reach the 90s, but low humidity and ocean breezes keep things comfortable.
The Los Cabos climate is generally dry and sunny throughout the year. Conditions can vary widely, depending on location, time of day, and proximity to the ocean and desert. The Pacific Ocean side of Cabo San Lucas, for example, is often ten degrees cooler than the downtown marina area, which Cabo's hills protect from chilly Pacific breezes.
San Jose del Cabo, on the Sea of Cortez just 20 miles northeast of Cabo San Lucas, is often a few degrees warmer than San Lucas.
Spring is the driest season. Most years, there is no rain at all from March through June. Winter blends almost imperceptibly into spring, and temperatures rise gradually with the approach of summer.