Posted by deanna on July 21, 2008, 9:59 am
From this morning's Eastern Pacific weather report: |
LARGE 8-9 FT SOUTHERLY SWELLS FROM HURRICANE FAUSTO...MIXED IN WITH SWELLS FROM SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE STORMS...CONTINUE TO REACH THE COAST OF MEXICO BETWEEN ACAPULCO AND THE BAJA PENINSULA S OF
CABO SAN LAZARO. SOME OF THESE SWELLS ARE ALSO PUSHING INTO THE MOUTH OF THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA. LARGE BREAKING WAVES AND RIP CURRENTS WILL CONTINUE...ESPECIALLY ON S AND SW-FACING
BEACHES...FOR THE NEXT 12-24 HOURS OR SO AND SLOWLY SUBSIDE OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS.
Nothing else to report - the system to the south of us is strengthening a little but not a threat to L.M.at this point. It may bring a little rain in the next day or so if it stays on the same course and continues to develop.
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