May 15 is the official first day of the East Pacific hurricane season and November 30 is the last day. Storms can form and present danger beyond these dates but normally the vast majority of storms occur between these dates.
NOAA hasn’t yet released their predictions but the Mexican weather service and some online weather services have. (As an aside, the weather has been about perfect for most of May. Nights remain cool (60s F), humidity low and days warm and sunny but very pleasant and sometimes even cold in the shade. We need to enjoy this while we can because summer is coming!)
I’ll post again when NOAA releases their take on the Todos Santos storm season or when a storm forms that might affect us. Yes, I know there is a “Howard” this year. Kinda scary!
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