Well, he’s all but gone. As of 3 pm MDT, there will be no more advisories on Ivo. He is completely falling apart and is no longer a tropical cyclone. Also, he continues to move more to the south and now will not even cross Los Cabos, but rather will pass 40-50 miles south of the peninsula. Still no rain in Todos Santos.
Elena Moreno supplies the following information.
If you want to comment, object or change elements of the Master Plan, you should contact:
Lic. Berta Montana Cota, 612-121-6423
Lic. Maria Elena Yee Savin, 612-121-6423
President: Josefina Torres, 612-145-0063
Vice President: John Moreno, 612-140-3908
Artemisa Castro, 612-130-3172
Salvador Beltran, 624-141-6459
Javier Salgado, 612-145-0178
Steve Merrill, 612-152-7881
Euva Anderson, 612-141-6881
Info supplied by Euva. Thanks.
It’s charmed, this place where we live. We have apparently ducked yet another weather system. The 12 noon information from NOAA shows IVO has already weakened to a tropical depression and is moving further south at 4 mph. He is expected to hit Cabo San Lucas or pass just south of the tip of the peninsula later Sunday night. It hasn’t rained yet in Todos Santos and we don’t have any winds worth noting. The skies are grey so let’s hope for rain later today and tomorrow.