Hurricane Hilary may turn toward Baja

Remnants of Ophelia may redevelop; Philippe no threat to land

Hurricane Hilary is visible in the lower right part of the NOAA GOES satellite image. Click on the image to see the animated version.

By Summit Voice

SUMMIT COUNTY — Hurricane Hilary regained strength Monday, redeveloping sustained winds of 135 mph as it continued to move west over warm waters and in a low wind-shear environment. The storm is expected to weaken during the next few days as it moves over cooler water, according to the National Hurricane Center.

Whether or not Hilary will curve sharply north and potentially affect Baja is still unclear. Some of the forecast models show the storm making a sharp jog to the northeast Wednesday, on a path that could lead Hilary toward the southern end of the peninsula, but other forecasts suggest the hurricane will once again start heading out into the open waters of the Pacific. Check the NHC forecast discussion for more details. Continue reading

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