HURRICANE PAUL 2006
WARNING DISCONTINUED IN CABO*
Hurricane Paul has weakened to a tropical
storm, with sustained winds of 45 mph (75 km/hr),
located about 70 miles (115 km) East of Cabo San Lucas,
moving about 14 mph (22 km / hr). Tropical Storm Paul
dropped moderate to heavy rainfall overnight, depending on
your location, with winds of 20 - 30 mph. While stormy
and not that nice, early this morning, business is
continuing as usual. People were still at the
restuarants, even on the beach. Nothing to be
Tropical Storm Paul has now passed Cabo,
and the sun should be shining soon.
warning means that tropical storm force winds are
the area within 24 hours.*
No evacuation is expected.
They say there could still be further rain
accumulation of 1 to 3 inches in Cabo, but the storm is
already past. Thunderstorms and wind is still likely
throughout today, as the wake of the storm kicks back, but
by tomorrow, the forecast is for 91 degrees and sunny!
Impact on Your
The port is closed today, so the Bisbee
tournament has been postponed, and all boat tours today have
been cancelled. They are expected to run again as
usual tomorrow. If you need to reschedule or cancel,
just give us a call. 1-866-217-9704.
What This Means
If you're already in Cabo, hunker down in
the bars today, and make your plans for tomorrow when the
sun is out. If you're on your way to Cabo, don't worry
- the sun is already peeking through the clouds, and regular
Cabo weather is back tomorrow, they say.