Posted: Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:38 am Post subject: Updated: Hurricane Sergio at dawn today: San Carlos
The vast majority of our hurricanes originate off Central America then curve south of the tip of Baja and then zoom out into the Pacific where they die without reaching Hawaiian waters.
So, with Hurricane Sergio firmly on the track far into the Pacific, you would never think that it might bring downpours and possibly local flooding in Southern California and Arizona and especially the Punta San Carlos, Baja Norte wave sailing mecca.
This blog tells the story of the boomeranging hurricane and why it may not be the best week to wave sail at San Carlos.
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