UPDATE JUNE 27, 2017 - 9:08 PM
A close family relative told 10News Tuesday night that rescuers are with Morgan Fox and his two daughters, Claire and Maura.
"They brought food and blankets," the relative told 10News via text messages. "They located a place to land a helicopter if needed."
The relative added that a Mexicali mountaineering group is assisting rescue efforts. No further details were given at this time.
Stay with 10News for more on this developing story.
BAJA CALIFORNIA, Mexico (KGTV) - The rescue of a San Diego father and his two daughters reported missing on a hike in Mexico has been put on hold.
Weather and fatigue have prompted the search and rescue team tasked with making their way up the mountain to put their efforts on hold for the evening, according to the family.
Morgan Fox and his daughters Claire and Maura were supposed to return from Mexico Sunday night, according to Fox's wife. She called Mexican authorities to notify them of the problem.
A helicopter flew over Picacho del Diablo Tuesday and spotted the family, said Fox's wife. She said her husband and his daughters used a thermal blanket to make a flag and wave to the helicopter.
The helicopter couldn't land because of the rugged terrain. It lowered supplies to help the family until a ground team's arrival.
According to Fox's wife, no one appears to be seriously injured. Fox's cousin was concerned because he has diabetes.
Fox is an experienced hiker who has climbed Picacho del Diablo, also known as Devil's Peak, several times.