Tropical storm warnings remain in effect for Tropical Storm Lidia. Flooding due to Tropical Storm Lidia was reported Thursday in Los Cabos.
This system will continue to produce heavy rainfall capable of life-threatening flash flooding and mudslides. Source: The Weather Channel.
Tropical Storm Lidia has resulted in four deaths in Mexico and it continues to bring the threat of flooding rain, strong winds and some storm-surge flooding. Lidia made landfall on the Baja California Peninsula west of La Paz Friday morning and will continue to impact the region into this weekend
The mayor of the twin resorts of Los Cabos, Arturo de la Rosa Escalante, said two of the deaths were from electrocution due to power lines and two additional deaths were drownings, including a woman swept away on a flooded street and a baby was torn from its mother as she crossed a flooded area, the Associated Press reports.
Tropical Storm Lidia is currently about 45 miles east-northeast of Cabo San Lazaro, Mexico and given the interaction with land, weakening is expected over the next couple of days.
See our post on Tropical Storm Lidia Business updates – www.loscabosguide.com/updates-local-business-tropical-storm-lidia/
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