The National Weather Service reported that Kay intensified to a category 2 hurricane during the early hours of this September 7.
With a trajectory parallel to the Baja California Peninsula, the agency predicted that the rains will continue to increase in intensity in the region, for which they urged the population to take extreme precautions.
Baja California Sur is the entity in which the effects of Kay are estimated to be strongest with torrential rainfall, as well as gusts of wind of between 120 to 150 km/h and waves of 5 to 7 meters . . .