In the end, regardless of how many storms the very large East Pacific ocean might produce, it’s the one(s) that are close to land that matters. Thankfully so far, we’ve only had the one invest that had zero chances of coming near land. There are also, zero storms forming in the near future as of this moment, which is only partially true as an area of low pressure may from down south in a little over a week, or not. (a graphic or two at the bottom of the page)
We already saw the one below
So about that potential low pressure that does not exist yet … the winds are still in our favor (for the most part) and the water is too cold to worry about hurricanes at this time, in Los Cabos but that, is a blog for another day.