Forecasters say Tropical Storm Ignacio is moving into cooler waters far out in the Pacific, likely causing it to weaken over the next couple days.

The tropical storm had maximum sustained winds near 50 mph Tuesday night. Forecasters say the cooler water will cause Ignacio to lose its steam.

The storm is centered about 765 miles west of the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula. It's moving northwest near 15 mph.

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