However, low-lying areas throughout Baja California Sur were especially hard-hit and one person died from an electrical shock in a region where residents routinely draw power with jury-rigged, illegal taps into electricity lines.
On Thursday at 12:30 p.m. Glenn Ehrenberg, whose family runs Pisces Group Cabo, emailed the accompanying images and a brief assessment of visible storm damage in the Los Cabos area:
"It is clearing up already and sun is coming out, it seems like the storm hit much stronger in Cabo than San Jose [del Cabo].
"The Salto Seco arroyo which runs between Villas del Palmar and Ocho Cascadas on Medano Beach is still carrying water down from the mountains.
"There seems to have been light damage in town with telephone and
electricity poles knocked over, localized flooding and minor landslides.
"Some portions of the highway between Cabo and San Jose are flooded due to bad drainage and roadworks. Port is still closed but the ocean is as flat as a lake."
The top image shows flooding at the new Jack Nicklaus golf course at Copala, or the Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Resort.
Damage in town is minor, Ehrenberg said, adding that the highway on the hotel corridor was flooded slightly in stretches between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo.
Juliette, at the time of this post, was over the Pacific north of Cabo San Lucas, traveling in a northwesterly direction and boasting winds of 40 mph. It will be downgraded to a depression as it reaches cooler water.
Click here to view a live webcam showing current conditions from Medano Beach, facing Land's End.