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Forecasts Predict Tropical Cyclone To Hit Los Cabos Over The Next Week

Bad weather is seemingly set to continue to hover over Los Cabos in the next week. Currently, Mexican authorities are monitoring two potential cyclones that are forming in the Mexican Pacific shoreline, and have the potential to reach Los Cabos within 5 days. At this point there are no guarantees that current conditions further south …

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Los Cabos Begins Clean Up And Repairs After Hurricane Kay

Very early Friday morning brigades from Zofemat, the organization that is in charge of the care and overall well-being of Mexican shores, headed out to Cabo beaches to start their clean-up duty after hurricane Kay hit the region. The teams were tasked with removing all sorts of debris that has washed up on Cabo beaches …

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Panic Buying In Los Cabos As Some Stores Forced To Close

Cabo authorities decided to force local businesses to close their doors indefinitely starting Tuesday night. The closure mandate is expected to last at least a couple of days until hurricane Kay is no longer threatening Cabo shores. The news about stores being forced to close, and the imminent arrival of the hurricane sparked panic buying …

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Cabo Hotels Have Plans In Place To Safeguard Tourist From Hurricanes

As hurricane Kay continues its course it seems inevitable that its effects will be felt in Los Cabos to some degree. The Hotels Association of Los Cabos wants to assure tourists that local lodging facilities are prepared and well-equipped to set up temporary shelters, in many occasions within the hotels themselves, to safeguard tourists. Travelers …

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September Is The Slowest Tourism Month Of The Year In Cabo

September in Los Cabos is traditionally the slowest month of the year for tourism, with low hotel occupancy that this year has been exacerbated by hurricane weather.  Los Cabos authorities have said that despite the large influx of tourists this year, September is still their lowest performing month on average. Hotel occupancy was originally expected …

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Category 2 Hurricane Headed Towards Los Cabos

While Los Cabos still recovers from the effects of tropical storm Javier, the region will have to get ready for a new storm that’s in the Mexican Pacific. Local meteorologists had predicted last week that another tropical depression was forming in Pacific waters apart from the aforementioned tropical storm Javier that passed through Los Cabos …

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Hurricane Javier Expected To Cause Storms In Los Cabos Next Week

According to meteorological reports, Los Cabos is expected to be hit by strong wind and rain this coming week due to an upcoming hurricane which will be called ‘Javier’. Rains are expected over the next week but the hurricane is not expected to have any serious impact until September 7th. The states which will be …

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Up To 5 Hurricanes Expected To Affect Los Cabos In 2022

Up to 5 hurricanes are set to affect Los Cabos during the already active hurricane season which began on May 15th.  Experts have commented that more than 19 meteorological phenomena, such as hurricanes, cyclones and tropical storms, are forecast as occurring in the Pacific. The findings were announced at the annual national meeting at the …

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