(Note: copyright: Olivier Staiger - HighMoon Geneva)
We had a great deal of rain last night! El Nino is dumping more water on us!
This one has been hovering along the coast of Southern Mexico and central america for a while now and is gradually picking up steam and moving slowly up North. Let's keep and eye on its path:
The rain is fading off in San Diego this morning, NORA is far gone.
Another tropical depression is already officially a tropical storm, with winds up to 60 mph. It is close to the Pacific coast of Mexico (tropical depression # 17). I suspect it may turn into a hurricane soon. Look at the wind speeds.
|Thuesday, Sept. 25 - NORA is no longer a hurricane - just a tropical
storm. But, we still have a lot of rain coming. It's raining right
this morning, and we had a beautiful double rainbow last evening during
sunset. Check the current eather on one of the San Diego area webcams listed
Tuesday, Sept. 23 - NORA is a category 3 hurricane. Winds up to 110
Saturday, Sept. 20 - Hurricane Nora keeps moving up north. The Surfline tropical storms map predicts landfall in Baja California! Ouch Ouch ! This one may do more damage than Linda.
|Saturday, Sept. 13 - You may have already heard:
there is a nasty hurricane looming off the southern tip of Baja California.
There is a slight chance that it might come near San Diego. It's a category
5. Here are some tools for you to keep an eye on it:
Monday, Sept. 15 - Linda is dissolving. It's no longer a hurricane, just a tropical depression. Lot's of moisture coming into San Diego - it's raining.
Wednesday, Sept. 17 - Linda is dead, gone and forgotten. There's just a little bit of moisture left, it's hot and muggy! Oh well, I'll keep those links below, they might come handy for another upcoming event.