It has been a bit rainy of late in Cabo. Not unusual as
it is hurricane season. And today Conagua, The National Water Commission, reported
that at halfway through the rainy season a further 16 tropical cyclones are
still to come between now and November.
This means that rains could be quite intense
as cyclones from both the Atlantic and the Pacific will combine with cold fronts
causing more erratic weather patterns.
Roberto Ramirez, director of Conagua, reminds everyone to
pay attention to all weather warnings. But he also points out that rain comes with
some advantages - so far this season it has provided enough water for 2 years public
urban supply and for the next two agricultural cycles.
And the next rains could be very soon. Tropical Storm
Lester is getting a little stronger and is currently 765 km south/south west of
Cabo San Lucas.
Although it is forecast to develop into a hurricane over the
next few days it is not expected to hit land as it continues westwards away
from Baja California Sur.
Cabo could experience quite a few showers along with
gusty winds and possibly higher waves. No coastal watches or warning are in
place at the moment so it doesn’t sound too serious.But the National Weather Service (NWS) recommends that
everyone take the usual precautions.
We will be back with further updates.
Rainy day at Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos