I sound like a broken record but this IS unusual. Our fifth named storm of the season, Tropical Storm Elida, is floating off the coast of Acapulco and should move generally to the west northwest, passing a few hundred miles south of Cabo San Lucas. Maybe we will get some rain. Maybe some surf. We should not really feel the direct effects of the storm, which will become a hurricane by then.
More ominous is the invest 99 (disturbed area that could become a storm) computer models, as it is predicted to move north paralleling the Baja coast. July is far too early for this type of weather behavior. Depending on how 99 develops, we could get wind, rain and/or surf.
The big red blob to the right is Tropical Storm Elida. The smaller blob directly south of the tip of Baja is invest 99. It really looks like we might be getting some rain very soon now.