that it has overcome the biggest odds against it in a matter of months and ended up tougher than before.
It is going towards the biggest tourism center in the US of A. And that would be none other than Baja California. With winds blowing at an amazing 80 miles per hour, the storm is expected to continue in its forward motion towards the Mexican border region.
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It is at present a Category 1 storm. It’ll take at least seven days before the storm subsides. The rains will be torrential in nature that this chaotic maelstrom will spread wherever it goes.
And the floods that get generated will be a public nuisance for sure. Norbert happens to be the 14th Storm in this particular region of the United States and it is currently wreaking havoc.
The northwestern movement of this dizzying force of Nature will occur in the next couple of days. Warnings to the public to safeguard themselves against the damages liable to be caused by this tropical storm are not enough.
Rules and regulations will have to be made a part of the general laws of the land in order to protect the populace for its own good.
The imminent dangers of rip tides and stormy weather are definitely there. Things will intensify before they diminish in their force. The surf will be up thereby inviting the surfer dudes and dudettes.
But it is recommended that people stay indoors and not venture outside due to the inclement weather. The southern region of the Baja peninsula will bear the brunt of the tropical cyclone.
It is a calamity and a disaster and a catastrophe rolled up in one entity. And that entity will have Baja California as its bull’s eye.
The deleterious effects will be many undoubtedly but then the fact remains that no matter what occurs, humanity picks itself up and continues its march towards progress.
The wreckage this storm will leave in its wake will not be easy to allay in a day. Yet it is in the nature of the human spirit that it has overcome the biggest odds against it in a matter of months and ended up tougher than before.