Rosa Degrades to Category 1 Hurricane, Approaches Baja California

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Rosa degrades to category 1 hurricane while approaching the Baja California Peninsula, which will favour the potential of very strong to intense storms in the peninsula and in northwestern Mexico, reported the National Meteorological Service (SMN).

In the most recent notice issued by the agency dependent on the National Water Commission (Conagua) indicated that the hurricane is located 625 kilometres southwest of Punta Eugenia, Baja California Sur.

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The natural phenomenon records sustained winds of 140 kilometres per hour and gusts of more than 165 kilometres per hour, with a northward displacement of 19 kilometres per hour.

These conditions reinforce intense punctual storms:  Baja California, Baja California Sur and Sonora.
Very strong punctual storms: Sinaloa. Strong punctual storms: Chihuahua. In addition to waves two to four meters high on the western coasts of the Baja California Peninsula.

According to the forecast models, in the following days,  Rosa will gradually modify her trajectory,
heading towards the northern part of the Baja California Peninsula. If this direction is maintained, it is expected to land as a tropical storm during the evening of Monday, October 1.

Rosa Degrades to Category 1 Hurricane, Approaches Baja California

As a reminder, the National Meteorological Department urged the general population to take extreme precautions in the areas of the states mentioned for rain, wind and waves (including maritime navigation) and to comply with the recommendations issued by the authorities of the National System of Civil Protection, in each entity.



Source: El Sudcaliforniano