A tropical system currently down south of Baja, California is developing. This should become a Hurricane over the lifetime, weakening before hitting the Southwestern USA, and slamming the region with strong tropical moisture and upper dynamics for widespread flooding, severe thunderstorms, and maybe even tornadoes with the strongest storms. Cruise lines and passengers should be on alert.
94E is developing South of Baja. This storm should continue to develop and become a Hurricane before reaching Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The storm looks to be a north-northwest mover, which puts it right through Baja, California. This happens rarely, maybe once every five to ten years or so. A storm such as this will use the warm waters of the Gulf of California to maintain intensity.
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