(The Log) Living in SoCal, we often think we’re immune to hurricanes’ impact. For now, we’re safe, but we don’t know what climate change will bring. But if you’re taking your boat to Baja and beyond in Mexico, you cannot ignore the weather, since hurricanes have inflicted major damage in recent years on boating enclaves like La Paz and both Cabos, as well as devastating fishing villages.
Most cruisers heading south to Mexico depart around early November, the end of the normal Mexican hurricane season, which means they sometimes catch bad storms. That’s why it’s always critical to keep a close eye on the weather and identify the most reliable sources of weather information. Read More