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 Posted: Wed Sep 7th, 2016 06:01 am
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Finally lost all power at 10.12

At that time winds were 53 mph in the bahia , and rain accumulation was 2.5"

Its going to be a long night for SC.

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 Posted: Wed Sep 7th, 2016 07:46 am
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Cochise (80 mi SE of Tucson) is getting heavy rain and intermittent wind. Family in Tucson say it's quiet there.

SC and all of you are in my thoughts. Be safe, everyone. Lynnette

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Anybody body have any pictures?  It the power still off?  The storm just passed right over the top of Kino Bay..The villages of El Colorado, Choyudo, Tastiota 35 miles north of San Carlos must have been hit pretty hard....I'm in Denver but I wish I was there.......

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I think that power is out in SC.  Both the Marina Terra and Posada webcams are down.  Marina Terra went out at about 10:30PM.  I think it was probably a rough night, very worried about the amount of rain.
My thoughts are with all residents and all our friends in San Carlos.
Any word on the Creston Sector.....the first houses past Charlie's Rock, on the water, below the main roadway, near Piccolo?

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Please post so that those of us that are not there right now can see how last night went. My prayers are with the people with places on the water.

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I am not in SC either. I think reports of damage will be slow until power comes back on. The storm is still powerful and is between Santa Ana and Nogales. El Imparcial reports that 90% of Guaymas and SC without power. Reported winds of 77mph in Guaymas/San Carlos. 15 foot waves in Kino. It will be a mess for a while.

http://www.elimparcial.com/EdicionEnLinea/Notas/Sonora/07092016/1125438-Entra-Newton-por-Kino-deja-90-de-Guaymas-sin-luz.html

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In cell phone contact with friends in San Carlos.  Very high winds last night but not a lot of rain as during Jimena.  
High surf reported at la Posada past the buildings and into the parking lot.  Appears from debris floating in the sea that lower elevation homes got flooded.  Sailboats anchored in the Bahia outside the Marina SC tore loose and adrift or aground.  Boats in Marina SC appear OK.  
No power or water in the area.  Reports of large concrete power poles down near Charlie's Rock and numerous trees uprooted.  Signs blown down and roofs blown off.
Will report more news as I get it.
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A quick update. Boats in Marina Real are reported to be OK.

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RadaSC is posting on FaceBook and messaged me he is seeing no flooding; photo in front of Saggitario shows very little standing water but billboard blown down, and tree down at Bahia turn by Cyberco.

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Tree down

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And he reported only a torn sail seen for damage in MSC.

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Thanks for the update Bart several of us have boats on the hard in Marina Seca if you hear of the conditions there we would really appreciate an quick note

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This picture was on Facebook.  It looks like the storage yard at Marina Real but the photo was not titled.  

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Thanks Rich really sad we're on hurricane poles in Marina Seca hoping they lived up to their name

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That photo is at Marina Real.

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Ya, also wondering about our boat in Marina Seca...  Any info would be appreciated, Thanks!

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Anybody have news about Marina Guaymas? I have a boat named Tranquillity there. Any word would be great. Thanks.

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Not good news. Saw a video on El Emparcial.


http://www.elimparcial.com/EdicionEnLinea/Notas/Sonora/07092016/1125547-Guaymas-se-queda-sin-agua-y-aun-un-40-no-tiene-luz.html

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Also this article. http://www.elimparcial.com/EdicionEnLinea/Notas/Sonora/07092016/1125519-Guaymas-Se-hunden-5-embarcaciones-turisticas-por-Newton.html
If you are in Marina Seca Guaymas, I have not seen anything about that. 

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S.V.Gitana wrote: Ya, also wondering about our boat in Marina Seca...  Any info would be appreciated, Thanks!
My question is for Marina San Carlos Seca - but those pics and vid of Guaymas are really sad, heart goes out to the owners... :(

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