Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Hurricane Jimena Update #5

5.48 am Tuesday, September 1st

Everything is pretty calm in Cabo. Strange, this major hurricane is 186 miles down below us and towards the west and so far we haven't felt anything dramatic. Last night was quiet. We got some heavy rain at 4.50 am that lasted for ten minutes, with a couple of lightning flashes. Right now there is no rain, wind is picking up around 20 mph, it is not light yet, but skies are dark overhead with the promise of rain. Checked the NHC 5.00 am report, Cabo is not shown in their projected cone, but they still have us outlined in red with a hurricane warning.

Tracy Ehrenberg

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tracy, thanks for the updates! Keep them coming! We're all pulling for you down there!

Neologo said...

Hey, hey Tracy dear!!!
Jist hold on to yer hat and take care the rabbits don´t run away!
Weather here in São Paulo is also crazy (it's Winter now) but though the Atlantic is quite a wtaery bulk, I sure miss the Pacific Ocean.
Will be showing in L.A. coming May. Will let you guys know in advance... Hug Marcos for me.
Felipe

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your updates! We are supposed to be arriving in Cabo on Thursday. I am praying that Jimena turns and weakens and that all the people stay safe. Your updates are very helpful. The media makes it tough sometimes to get the real picture. Be safe.

Pisces Sportfishing said...

Thanks for the support, things are not bad at all. We should be out fishing Thursday or Friday.

Pisces Sportfishing said...

Felipe, good to hear from you. All is well here, not too much from this storm. Cuidate mucho. Nos vemos en L.A

Pisces Sportfishing said...

You should be fine if you are arriving on Thursday. The media are now getting this right....I even had the BBC call us from London!

Pisces Sportfishing said...

You should be fine if you are arriving on Thursday. The media are now getting this right....I even had the BBC call us from London!