Los Cabos is that rare destination where the weather is nearly perfect year-round; in any given year, the area averages 350 days of sun. In summer months, temperatures top out at 90 degrees; in the winter, it's a near-constant and comfortable 77. The caveat emptor here, though, is hurricane season. Travelers considering a vacation in Los Cabos might want to schedule it outside June to early November, when tropical storms and hurricanes can kick up quickly. In September 2014, Los Cabos was slammed by category 4 Hurricane Odile, the most devastating hurricane to hit the area since the 1960s. Many structures in Los Cabos were damaged, including the airport, which was closed for nearly a month. Most major hotels were scheduled to remain closed for repairs until the first quarter of 2015. On the other hand, because these months are also “low season,” hotels can offer rate discounts of as much as 25 percent.