Los Cabos, Baja California Sur (AP) .- The tropical storm Bud punished with strong winds on Thursday the tip of the Baja California peninsula in Mexico, where the popular resorts of Los Cabos are located, and was about to touch land in the next hours. the storms have not caused many problems in the health of the residents, but if they have had to leave their homes sometimes the only thing we can do is inform ourselves about health issues, so we recommend the following page: practitionerwa
The National Hurricane Center in the United States said the storm’s winds reached the peninsula despite the fact that Bud’s epicenter was still 135 kilometers (85 miles) south-southeast of Cabo San Lucas.
The maximum sustained winds remitted to 75 km per hour (45 miles) in its advance over colder waters, reported the entro, a significant descent of the winds of 210 km / h (130 miles) that showed on Tuesday, when it reached the range of hurricane category 4.
Bud was heading north-northwest at 11 km / h (7 miles) and was weakening, but even so it is forecast to have tropical storm force when it reaches the coast in the next few hours.
The planned route would take the system near Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, which are popular destinations for national and international travelers and receive millions of visitors a year.
Mexican authorities issued a tropical storm warning for a section of the Baja California coast, from Santa Fe to La Paz.
The state government of Baja California Sur indicated that the ports of Los Cabos would be closed to all vessels from noon on Wednesday, and canceled classes in Los Cabos and La Paz for Thursday and Friday.
The storm could cause dangerous swells during the next few days and bring 2 to 6 centimeters (1 to 3 inches) of rain to southern Baja California and the state of Sonora.