When Nora was threatening, "unprecedented coordination" was required between the NHC and several other agencies. There are seven Pacific Coast breakpoints in the United States.
They are, from north to south, Point Piedras Blancas, Point Sal, Point Conception, Point Mugu, the mouth of the San Gabriel River, San Mateo Point, and the mouth of the Tijuana River (although places outside this area can be selected if conditions warrant).
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The winds drive surface water to the right of the wind flow, that is offshore, which draws water up from below to replace it.
In the twentieth century, only four eastern Pacific tropical cyclones have brought tropical storm-force winds to the Continental United States: the 1939 Long Beach Tropical Storm, Tropical Storm Joanne in 1972, Tropical Storm Kathleen in 1976, and Tropical Storm Nora in 1997. Nora caused millions in damage and skirted extreme southeastern California.
They generally move north-westward or westward due to steering by the prevailing upper level winds, which takes them far out to sea and away from land.
These factors make eastern Pacific landfalls improbable north of about central Baja California.
A California hurricane is a tropical cyclone that affects the state of California.
Usually, only the remnants of tropical cyclones affect California.