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“Lidia” moves closer to Cabo San Lucas and could become a hurricane today

By Tribune Travel

October 06, 2023

This Friday, the National Meteorological Service (SMN) reported that tropical storm “Lidia” was moving closer to Cabo San Lucas, which is located in the state of Baja California Sur.

According to the data released at 9:00 a.m., the cyclone is currently situated 710 kilometers south of Cabo San Lucas, in BCS, and 695 kilometers west-southwest of Manzanillo, Colima.

With steady winds of 110 kph, “Lidia” is traveling seven kilometers per hour to the west-northwest.

Thus, authorities have advised individuals to exercise great caution owing to the potential for flooding and severe gusts.

They advise always being aware of the official information released by each entity’s or municipality’s civil protection authority.

This cyclone’s course has been altering daily. The NMS had previously forecast that the tropical storm will intensify overnight on Friday, October 6, becoming a hurricane.

The situation has since changed, and they have issued a warning that this meteorological phenomenon will become a hurricane on Friday, October 6, specifically at 18:00.

After that, it will continue to be a hurricane through Saturday until changing back to a tropical storm around 6 am on Sunday, October 8.





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