Hurricane Rosa upgraded to category 4

Hurricane Rosa upgraded to category 4

Hurricane Rosa upgraded to category 4

It will be from what's left of Hurricane Rosa with the most rain falling between Monday night into Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. The storm was moving northwest at 6 miles per hour and had 120 miles per hour maximum sustained winds.

Rosa is now a Category 2 hurricane, down from Thursday's ranking of Category 4 on the Saffir-Simpson scale which has a maximum of five. Thus, it's expected to make landfall in Mexico at tropical storm strength in the afternoon or evening on Monday.

Forecasters say Rosa has already started to weaken as it curls north off Baja California.

A Tropical Storm warning was in effect for the coast of Baja, Ca., from Punta Abreos to Cabo San Quintin.

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Rosa is expected to take a direct path over Phoenix on Tuesday, approaching late Monday with rain. The National Hurricane Center said Baja California could get 3 to 6 inches.

It's then expected to move quickly northwestward as it weakens, bringing 5-10cm of rain to the Mogollon Rim of Arizona and 2.5-5cm to the rest of the desert Southwest, Central Rockies and Great Basin. It was heading north at 12 miles per hour.

High surf up to 10 feet and rip currents will begin along southern California coast Sunday, the hurricane center said.

Areas covered by watches due to what the weather service's Las Vegas office calls "abundant tropical moisture from Hurricane Rosa" include southern Nevada, southeastern California, southwestern and central Utah and the western two-thirds of Arizona.

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