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Calm returns to Cabo after the storm

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Tropical storm Javier has weakened to a tropical depression as it continues its trajectory parallel to the coast of Baja California Sur.

Fortunately it passed by Cabo without developing into a hurricane. Rains were heavy – causing landslides and some flooding. And for safety, families in high risk areas were evacuated. But it looks like the worst has passed. Cabo is calm after the storm - a relief to everyone.

No casualties, no injuries. No isolated communities and no disruption in water or power. The harbor has reopened.  Classes are restarting. The airports of La Paz, Los Cabos and Loreto are operating normally – hotels too. And most importantly - the Abierto Mexicano de Tenis Los Cabos will resume today. 

The municipal authorities did a great job keeping citizens and visitors safe and secure. And the state governor even joked  - "We are thinking that the tropical depression Javier could leave more good than harm - here in such a dry desert,  water is always much appreciated."

Cabo will still be hitting the headlines in the coming days – but hopefully it will be for tennis and not tropical storms!

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