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The next tropical storm could leave historic rainfall in Baja California Sur
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La Paz, Baja California Sur - According to the research from the National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida, it was reported that an area of low pressure forming just off the coast of Jalisco and Nayarit, south of the Baja Peninsula, has an 80% probability of becoming a tropical storm in the next five days.

If this occurs, the predictions are it will drop historic amounts of rain on Baja California Sur, only comparable to the storm of 1993 and more recently Juliette, in 2001.

Although cyclonic activity has not yet been observed near the Baja California Sur coast, it is expected that this week the tropical storm will form and will leave heavy rains on the lower peninsula. It is estimated that even though the storm will not directly hit land, there is so much moisture in the atmosphere it will drop heavy rain.

In Los Cabos the estimated total rainfall by  Europeo is from 20 inches to 24 inches, between August 28 and September 2.

In La Paz, it is predicted that in areas like San Bartolo, the rains could be 22 inches, while in downtown La Paz and areas like Pichilingue, the rains will not exceed 3.25 inches.

In Los Cabos, winds up to 80MPH are predicted, with waves from 7 to 11 feet.
Más vale pocos pelos, pero bien peinados.
uh oh.
BajaNoMas= News, Facts, Stats, Videos, Pics and Links- because presenting the truth to the public is not a negative campaign "Decir la verdad no es ninguna campaña negra".
Since I never heard anything else about this storm, I can only assume Shari, and her Nomad command post, had the entire thing cancelled.



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