Tropical Storm Moves Parallel To Mexico’s Coast

MIAMI (September 6, 2013)--Tropical Storm Lorena had maximum sustained winds near 40 miles per hour Friday as it moved parallel to Mexico's Pacific coast, the National Hurricane Center said.

Little change in strength is expected until landfall, which is expected either late Friday or on Saturday in southern Baja California.

After making landfall, the Hurricane Center says Lorena should weaken until dissipating on Sunday or Monday.

A tropical storm warning was in effect Friday for southern Baja California from north of Agua Blanca to Santa Fe.

The storm was centered about 150 miles southeast of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and was moving northwest near 14 miles per hour.

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