Hurricane Rosa to bring flooding rains to southwest US

Hurricane Rosa to bring flooding rains to southwest US

The center of the Category 1 storm was 355 miles southwest of Punta Eugenia and 550 miles south-southwest San Felipe, the NHC said in its 5 a.m. PDT update.

Remnants of the Rosa are expected to hit Arizona on Sunday, bringing heavy rain, high winds and the threat of localized flooding, the National Weather Service said.

It is expected to make landfall on the western coast of Mexico late Monday or early Tuesday.

Exactly how much rain and where it will fall is uncertain, but Riverside County's Emergency Management Department has warned residents near the Holy and Cranston wildfire burn areas that intense rain could cause unsafe debris flows.

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Hurricane Rosa rapidly lost strength off the coast of Mexico on Saturday as it moved towards Baja California, the US National Hurricane Center said.

There is increasing confidence that high-grade tropical moisture from Hurricane Rosa may drift into northwest Arizona, southern Nevada and southeast California by Monday morning.

Forecasts call for heavy rainfall in the watch areas, which include Phoenix, Las Vegas and Salt Lake City, with possible flooding in slot canyons and normally dry washes and a potential for debris flows from recent wildfire burn scars.

"Additional weakening is anticipated over the next few days, and Rosa could become a tropical storm by the end of the weekend", the Miami-based center said. The storm was moving west at 13 miles per hour (20 kph).

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