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Weather for the Baja California Peninsula

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 8:25 AM MDT Topical Cyclone Hernan may lose its title as a tropical storm this morning, as it dissipates well west of the peninsula. The remains of the storm most likely will drift over the northern portions of the peninsula. Afternoon showers still seem to be held at bay, but there is a chance of shower, particularly in higher elevations. Temperatures will be very warm again at every location in Baja with the exception of the Pacific coastal areas of Baja California which will be quite pleasant in the upper 70's and low 80's.

On the Tropical Watch we have Hernan which appears to be going away without a fight or landfall. There are two tropical waves on our map, the westerly one isn't showing much signs of development, but we are going to have to keep an eye on the wave currently crossing the Tehuantepec as it approaches the Pacific coast of mainland Mexico south of Acapulco, where showers and thunderstorms could be stirred up later in the week. No other cyclonic development is expected in the next 24hrs.

 

Tropical Cyclone Names for the Eastern Pacific – 2014

active Indicates an Active System - Dissipated Systems show greatest intensity achieved

H4 Amanda

TS Genevieve

Marie

Trudy

TS Boris

active TS Hernan

Norbert

Vance

H4 Cristina

Iselle

Odile

Winnie

TS Douglas

Julio

Polo

Xavier

TS Elida

Karina

Rachel

Yolanda

TS Fausto

Lowell

Simon

Zeke

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