Hurricane Rick Weakens to Category 4 in Pacific

Forecasters say Blow Rick has attenuated in the eastern North Pacific but is still a alarming storm and could veer into resorts at the tip of the Baja California Peninsula by midweek.The U.S. National Blow Center in Miami, Fla., says as of Sunday night, apprehension were bottomward to 145 mph. It makes it a Category 4 storm. The aiguille apprehension as a Category 5 were 180 mph.Forecasters say a blow watch may be appropriate for genitalia of southern Baja California on Monday.The eye was centered about 410 afar south of Cabo San Lucas as of 11 p.m. EDT Sunday.More abrasion is accepted over the abutting brace of days.Large swells will account potentially alarming cream forth the southern Baja California bank and west-central bank of Mexico.