Hurricane Blanca: Heading towards Baja California Sur

By Fernanda Duque Hernández

May break down to tropical cyclone by Sunday.

Hurricane Blanca is the second storm to form off Mexico’s Pacific coast this year. According to Mexico’s National Water Commission (CONAGUA), during the first hours of Thursday June 4, the natural phenomenon had lost some of its strength in the cold water of the ocean and at this moment is a category 2 hurricane.

Nevertheless, the storm trajectory is still the same, which seems to indicate that Blanca will be affecting the southern tip of the state of Baja California Sur by Sunday. Experts hope that it keeps losing its strength and reaches land as hurricane category 1 or as tropical cyclone.

The strength of its winds is not the main concern. “It is an issue of water,” said Roberto Ramirez, director of the CONAGUA during a press conference. For the moment, the bad weather alert remains for eight states which include: Guerrero, Michoacan, Colima, Jalisco, Nayarit, Sinaloa, Baja California Sur and Socorro Island.

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Mexican authorities revealed that each entity is taking precautions about Blanca. In Baja California Sur, the state government has set up 82 temporal shelters should they be needed. The Navy and the Secretariat of National Defense are ready to act if the situation requires help.

For now the advisory for all the people that live in or are visiting these Mexican states is to stay calm and informed on the evolution of hurricane Blanca by official media through the following: http://smn.cna.gob.mx/ and on twitter @conagua_clima.

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