LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Is a Hurricane Juliette 2013 heading to Mexico? TS Juliette’s projected path by The National Hurricane Center prompted Mexico alerts today. But NHC is not confirming a possible to hurricane level today. The latest news update on TS Juliette surprised hurricane analysts today. After no tropical depressions were being reported, officials suddenly indicated a new storm for the season.
TS Juliette is currently forming near the Baja California peninsula, the National Hurricane Center said in a news briefing today August 28, 2013. She is currently less than two hundred miles from Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. She is carrying sustained winds of 45 mph, officials tell news. Her present movement is currently slow.
But the “Government of Mexico has issued a tropical storm warning for the southern portion of the Baja California peninsula from San Evaristo on the East Coast around the Bahia Magdalena on the West Coast including Cabo San Lucas”, officials tell news.
The system is prompting a tropical storm warning for San Evaristo to Bahia Magdalena including Cabo San Lucas today. She is carrying winds outward up to 45 mph, officials also tell news.
The center of the storm will produce a “reduction in forward speed …during the next day or so”, NHC adds. A turn is expected with a “further reduction in forward speed” for Thursday. But the center of the TS will reach Baja’s southern tip by no later than Thursday. For more continuing coverage on this story click HERE.