The Eastern Pacific has had a fairly active hurricane season, though so far, the storms have mostly spun harmlessly off to the west. The latest, Hurricane Kay, appears to be on a different track, with the center a few hundred miles to the southwest of Cabo and its course heading up the west shore of the Baja Peninsula, toward Turtle Bay.
The eye of the storm is set to pass to the west of Turtle Bay in the early hours of Thursday morning with potential hurricane-force winds from the northeast quadrant striking the bay and Cedros and other offshore islands directly. Tropical-storm-force winds and rain could travel up north the length of both sides of the Baja Peninsula. The system will then continue north, bringing rain and flash flood warnings to San Diego and parts of Southern California and Arizona on Friday and Saturday.
Keep your fingers crossed for everyone along the coast and in Turtle Bay.