Hurricane Dolores is prediction to move up Baja California and reach the offshore waters west of San Diego by Tuesday AM (see graphic), but it will never reach us.
No tropical storm will ever reach our shores (as a tropical system that is). The reason? Because the eastern Pacific off our coast is too cold.
Hurricanes, Typhoons, and tropical storms in general require warm sea surface temperatures, specifically, above roughly 80F or 27 C.
Here is a recent sea surface temperature analysis over the eastern Pacific. The 27C contour is the at the boundary between yellow and yellow/green. The hurricane will soon enter a region that is too cold for development....and the system should progressively weaken. No tropical storm can even get close to us.
If you look carefully, you will see cold water off of New England as well. Rarely, a tropical storm has reached them (e.g., the great 1938 storm) but only because the very warm Gulf Stream gets close, so tropical storms can maintain their strength until the end, after which they start to weaken rapidly.
But the water temperatures around Hawaii are on the margin, so they will have to be watchful.