We've been waiting for a break in the weather to head north. Thunder storms along the east coast of the Sea of Cortez have been what are holding us up. Sometimes the storms rush across the Sea with wind velocities of 50 to 60 knots. Not something to take a chance on encountering while making the night sail 80 miles to the next bay.
Today most of the build ups are occuring on the Baja side. There are also winds associated with these, but they last only a fraction of the time winds from the east coast do. So maybe tonight.....
Check out the weather site that we are watching religiously: