We (the east Pacific Ocean) are thankfully off to a slow start this hurricane season, well, other than Adrian breaking records by being the earliest named storm on record since TPTB started using satellites.
So …. by tomorrow, the newly formed Tropical Depression Two-E will most likely become Beatriz, the second named storm of the season which began on May 15th. Two-E is 1,016 miles from Cabo San Lucas, BCS moving North East at 2 miles per hour. The different computer models are kinda all over the place, so there is no way an amateur like myself can guess anything other than this system won’t last long, being 200 miles south of Mexico’s Oaxacan coast. It is slow moving and the pro’s are saying it’s a wet storm.
There is a full write up about it on wunderground: Click HERE for detailed info from the Pro’s
Here in Los Cabos, we are expecting plenty of sunshine.
To recap, the pro’s are saying we might have an active year (we = the east Pacific Ocean) storm wise, so let’s look at the predictions again now that we’ve got Conagua’s
Happy Hump Day everyone!