Jimena Weakens To Tropical Depression Over Mexico

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

Jimena has weakened to a tropical depression after hitting Mexico's Baja California peninsula as a hurricane earlier this week and causing flooding that killed at least one man.

Jimena's maximum sustained winds have decreased to 35 mph early Friday and forecasters say the depression is expected to keep weakening.

Jimena is centered about 45 miles east of Santa Rosalia, Mexico.

Earlier this week, tourists evacuated and residents sought shelter as Jimena roared toward the resorts of Los Cabos as a Category 4 hurricane, with winds topping 150 mph. Beaches and condominiums were mostly spared, and the hurricane moved north ripping off some roofs and toppling power poles in smaller farm towns and fishing villages.


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