Rosa was creeping northeast Sunday morning as a Category 1 hurricane, with sustained winds of 75 miles per hour, according to the National Hurricane Center. From there, Rosa will make a clear path across Arizona and into Utah and Nevada.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Hurricane Rosa will weaken over the weekend, but its remnants could bring heavy rainfall to the southwestern United States early next week. On the forecast track, the center of Rosa will approach the central and northern Baja California peninsula on Monday.
At least 11 people have died in recent days in flash floods caused by heavy rain in Mexico's Pacific coast states of Michoacan and Sinaloa.
All that rain can lead to life-threatening flash flooding in the deserts, forecasters said. They can turn otherwise calm dry washes, burn scars and urban areas with poor drainage deadly. The storm is expected to become a tropical depression Friday night and degenerate into a low pressure trough by late Saturday. The worst of the storm won't hit until Monday night and into Tuesday, according to NWS Meteorologist Larry Hopper.
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Rain is expected to begin Sunday afternoon in southeastern California and Arizona, where 2-4 inches is likely to fall. Blowing dust will be possible this afternoon/evening.
"We are going to have a whole bunch of rain and it's. not the kind of thunderstorm rain that (is) associated with the monsoon (season)", Cerveny said.
So stay prepared and do not forget to never cross a road that is flooded.