A weakening Hurricane Genevieve has begun flinging rain at Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, threatening to bring hurricane-force winds to a tourist-heavy region even if its center isn’t likely to hit land
CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico — A weakening Hurricane Genevieve began flinging rain at Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula on Wednesday and it threatened to bring hurricane-force winds to the tourist region even if its center wasn’t likely to hit land.
Genevieve was down to a Category 1 storm and was expected to pass near the resort-dotted tip the peninsula Wednesday night and Thursday, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center, which warned that only a slight deviation to the east of its projected track would bring hurricane-force winds onshore.
High surf had already claimed two lives. Police in Cabo San Lucas said a 15-year-girl was trapped by…
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