Tropical Storm Lidia is going to remain offshore but we are experiencing her outerbands. She is currently located 340 miles south Cabo San Lucas moving 8 mph ENE, with Max sustained winds of 70 mph and tropical storm winds extending 80 miles from the eye. So … we’re all good here in Los Cabos in that regard as Lidia is expected to strengthen into possibly a Cat 2 hurricane before making landfall tomorrow night most likely in the state of Nayarit, while the states of Sinaloa and Jalisco will also feel the effects.
In my first blog on Lidia, I told you we were anticipating between 1-2 inches over three days. “Officially” my rain cup has recorded nearly an inch so far but the rain rate #’s that MADIS is showing as actual accumulation (I’m connected to the National Weather Service as an official weather station) shows I’ve reached 2.26 inches as of 2:45pm since Saturday, and by the looks of things we are going to get a bit more! How much more? 🤷♀️ We will all find out together but expect rain on and off through tomorrow. I
Short and to the point update. The NHC is updated every 3 hours MST here https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/graphics_ep5+shtml/203807.shtml?cone#contents
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