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Hurricane Kay Forecast Lounge: California Threat
      #114170 - Wed Sep 07 2022 02:20 PM

A part of the U.S. we rarely take a look towards for potential impacts from a tropical cyclone, California, has its eyes set on it by Hurricane Kay, a strong hurricane presently located about 200m southwest of the southern tip of the baja.

There is a lot of model convergence on a track north-northwestward, just offshore of the western Baja California, with the tropical cyclone not starting to bend to the west prior threatening significant portions of southern California in particular with a rare suite of tropical cyclone impacts, and we are starting a Forecast Lounge on Hurricane Kay now.

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