Tropical cyclone – hurricane Dora’s storm path. Image credit National Hurricane Center.
Update: July 23, 2011. Warnings for tropical storm Dora have been cancelled.
The National Hurricane Center has announced a tropical storm warning for the area of Cabo San Lucas on the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico. People in or travelling to that area should be prepared for adverse stormy weather conditions and pay attention to media and local officials for more information.
Tropical cyclone or hurricane Dora has been downgraded to a category 1 and is expected to lowered even further to a tropical storm by later this evening. Dora’s path is taking it along side the coast of Baja California and is not expected to make land fall. However, Dora is close enough that further watches and warnings may be issued further up the coast.
Dora is the fourth named storm of the eastern Pacific tropical cyclone season and was officially named on Monday July 18th, 2011. Dora was developed off the coast of Central America as an intense low pressure weather system that brought rain and thunderstorms to the region and then gradually gained strength. By Wednesday Dora developed into a full blown tropical cyclone or hurricane.
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