Hurricane Rosa off Mexico could bring flooding, rip currents in US

Hurricane Rosa off Mexico could bring flooding, rip currents in US

Hurricane Rosa off Mexico could bring flooding, rip currents in US

Rosa still had maximum sustained winds of 120km/h this morning and it was centred about 515km southwest of Punta Eugenia in Mexico. The swell will begin to hit on Saturday night, and will reach its peak on Sunday and Monday. The hurricane center said there were no coastal watches or warnings in effect, but swells generated by Rosa were expected to cause unsafe surf and rip current conditions along portions of southwestern Mexico, the peninsula and southern California.

Hurricane Rosa dwindled to a Category 1 storm as it spun in the Pacific Ocean towards Baja California early Sunday and was forecast to become a weaker tropical storm later in the day, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.

The latest forecast from the National Hurricane Center (NHC) shows the storm moving west at about 12 miles per hour on Thursday before slowing down and turning to the west-northwest on Friday.

The center of Rosa was expected to approach Baja California Monday, but is forecast to weaken to a tropical storm by that point.

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Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Kirk caused power outages and heavy flooding across the eastern Caribbean and forced flight cancellations, officials said Friday.

There's more rain on the way, but this time it's not from a monsoon storm.

All that rain can lead to life-threatening flash flooding in the deserts, forecasters said.

Sergio had winds of 60 mph Sunday morning and it was centered about 480 miles south of Manzanillo, Mexico.

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