Patricia Degenerates Into a Remnant Low

Formerly a tropical depression, Patricia, which was a potential tropical storm just 24 hours away, has again been downgraded to a remnant low.

According to the National Weather Service’s latest report, the center of the remnant low was 15 miles east-southeast of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico as of 2 a.m. this morning. It is moving toward the west-northwest at 6 mph and a general western motion is expected to continue through dissipation.

 

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