The Weather Alternative post of May 14, 2011 entitled Hurricane Season 2011 Baja, Mexico mentioned that planetary alignments during July 29-31, 2011 had "the potential to result in a low pressure that generates strong winds and rain." One idea was that this might be a tropical system.
In general at this time, which featured the Mercury-Neptune opposition, the tropics came to life. The Gulf of Mexico saw Tropical Storm Don, the Atlantic saw a strengthening tropical wave which any day now may become Emily, and the eastern Pacific greeted Tropical Storm Eugene.
Although Eugene will pass somewhat near the Baja, its passage will be too far west of the Baja, and a few days too late to view it as a fulfillment of the May 2011 long-range weather forecast.
What weather did occur over the Baja then?
Over the last few days, particularly on the 30th and 31st of July, the Mexican weather bureau, Conagua, has reported an 80 percent chance of rain over the Baja, along with lightning, extremely hot temperatures, and high winds. The above map shows a green arrow over the Baja with the words "Viento Maximo" or maximum wind, fulfilling the long-range forecast for strong winds and rain.
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