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Hurricane season over in Cabo

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Cabo during Hurricane Newton

Everybody will be relieved to know that Cabo’s hurricane season is now officially over. It ends today, Thursday 30th November.


It officially started back on May 15th. And since then, Conagua has reported 21 significant weather events – 5 were intense hurricanes, 5 were  major hurricanes, 8 were storms, and 3 were tropical depressions.


Fortunately, Cabo was only affected by 2 of these – Hurricane Newton in September, and Tropical Storm Javier, a month earlier, in August. Compared to the ravages caused by Hurricane Odile in 2014, the damage was minimal. So this year, Cabo has been  lucky.


Other parts of BCS have felt the effects more. And record levels of rainfall were recorded in San Bartolo, San Antonio and Santa Rosalia - with 522, 408 and 280 millimeters of water respectively.


If you want to know more about Cabo’s hurricane history we have lots of information right here on itravel-cabo.


And we have lots of blogs on Hurricane Newton and Tropical Storm Javier. Back in 2014 we were one of the main sites that managed to cover Hurricane Odile...

Clearing up after tropical storm Javier

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