For Baja California Sur September is a month of meaning storms because of its important activity in each PERIOD the half peninsula is always in the state of alert because it is one of the entities of the Mexican Republic where the most effects of events hydrometeorological they present themselves.
According to data from National Water Commission (CONAGUA) in the total number of tropical cyclones recorded in the last 50 years; the 17% they are affected in Baja California Sur with a total of 46 events; 13.3% in Veracruz with 36; 12.2% in Sinaloa and Quintana Roo with 33 impacts; 8.9% in Tamaulipas with 24 and 6.7% in Sonora with 18.
There are storms that have left BACKGROUND, disasters y cooked in Baja California Sur; one of the most phenomena DISHONOR and remembered by families in Southern California “Liza”, September 30, 1976 will not be forgotten for thousands of families who lost their loved ones.
It is storm created the worst disasters in history sudcaliforniana people stay BURIED when they were dragged by the currents of the rivers after a dam overflowed, with the passage of this event there the Demise about 10% of the city’s population of peace, has a record of more than 7 thousand dead.
Even Liza is the biggest storm death left Baja California Sur, there were other events that left hundreds of people homeless; Juliette an example, it was a typhoon that hit at the end of September 2001 as a category 4, which left the death of 12 people and severe damage to infrastructure there were material losses of more than 120 million pesos.
When we talk about devastating storms in Southern California, we can’t stop talking Odile, event that affected on September 14, 2016, made landfall 10 km east of Cabo San Lucas as a category 3 typhoon with maximum sustained winds of 205 km/h and gusts of 250 km/h, however, 6 people lost their lives. It left severe damage to hotels, restaurants and homes of Los Cabos residents.
There is a significant effect on Commercial chains since at least 17 self-service stores located in Los Cabos affected by the typhoon and, in addition, faced a large theft of sales, in addition, crime has increased in that municipality because there are neighborhoods that are up to a month without electric power y water
In the last two years, one of the cities most affected by typhoons is Mulege the citizens did not recover.
On September 3, 2022, rain occurred due to a tropical depression “Javier” which caused a stream of overflow and dragged more than 15 cars inside San Rosalia; while on September 8 of the same “because” It affected the municipality, leaving more than 2 thousand people affected.
This year is affected “Hilary” left one dead and more than 600 people with damage and total loss of their homes.