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Cabo recovers from Kay

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As forecast by the National Hurricane Centre last week Tropical Storm Kay is gradually blowing itself out. It is now about 700 miles west of Cabo and has been downgraded to the status of a tropical depression.

Luckily for Cabo no major damage was reported. Flooding in some areas did hamper the movement of vehicles, and there were some restrictions on navigation for small boats. There wasn’t too much swell on the beaches but just for safety the Santa Maria and Chileno beaches were closed to the public.

But by Sunday afternoon things were pretty much back to normal in Cabo. Unfortunately for La Paz, problems with flooding and overflowing drains were a bit more serious.

The good news is that storm is moving further to the west and is expected to dissipate completely by Wednesday.

And that is that -  tropical storm Kay is over. But it is still the rainy season so we will keep you updated if any more storms develop. 

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