The Nationwide Climate Service is watching the event of a tropical storm system off the Southern California coast.
In line with the NWS, Tropical Storm Eugene is weakening, however the remnants of the storm will “be the primary focus this week” for many of the area.
The storm, which is at the moment a number of hundred miles off the coast of Cabo San Lucas in Mexico, is forecast to journey in a northwesterly route up the Baja California Peninsula earlier than turning again in the direction of land on Wednesday.
“[The] risk of precipitation [will be the greatest between] Tuesday and Thursday, with [the] finest possibilities on Wednesday,” NWS said on Twitter.
As of Sunday morning, Tropical Storm Eugene had most sustained winds of 70 miles per hour.
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