The passage of Hurricane Kay left at least three dams in Baja California Sur at their highest capacity levels after heavy rains that raised waves up to 9 meters on its coasts. To the north of the entity, the Mulegé river overflowed, leaving several houses under water; in Los Cabos, tourists were transferred to ten shelters; and in La Paz, classes were suspended for the fourth consecutive day.
In Sonora, the Kino Viejo community, the Bahía de Kino tourist area, and the original towns of the Comca'ac (Seri) Nation, Punta Chueca, and El Desemboque, were . . .