Pacific storm losing punch; Los Cabos to hit 100 tomorrow
A tropical storm that was once forecast as having a high chance of developing into a cyclone is breaking up in the Pacific Ocean about 800 miles south of Los Cabos.
The showers and thunderstorms are rapidly becoming less organized, lowering the likelihood of this turning into a major weather event to 30 percent as it moves in a westerly direction at about 10 mph.
Meanwhile, the Los Cabos area continues to experience a warming trend with highs today predicted in the 90s and a forecast high of 100 on Tuesday.
Ed Kociela is a writer for Los Cabos Magazine. You can reach him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/EdKociela.