ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A TS Juliette projected path update was issued by the National Hurricane Center this morning. Previous hurricane watches were cancelled by the Government of Mexico today as TS Juliette moves closer to Baja California. But don’t expect a Hurricane Juliette forming. The system has not increased strength, NHC indicates to news Thursday.
TS Juliette is moving along the west coast of Baja California today, officials tell news. The system is now about fifty miles east of Cabo San Lazaro, Mexico. It is also about three hundred miles southeast of Punta Eugenia, Mexico. A tropical storm warning however remains in effect for the west coast of Baja today from Agua Blanca to Punta Eugenia, and from La Paz to San Evaristo.
TS Juliette will produce stronger winds in sections of higher terrain, officials tell news. But don’t expect any hurricane upgrade. “TS Juliette should weaken below tropical storm strength by tonight or early Friday and then become a remnant low later on Friday”, officials add. She is currently carrying tropical storm force winds up to 60 mph from the center today. She is expected to bring as much as three inches of rain over some sections of Baja later today, officials tell news.