The once ‘almighty hurricane’ Rosa was recently deemed a low-end tropical storm. Although the intensity has shifted, doesn’t mean this storm worn’t pack a punch! There is expected to be heavy flooding targeting the Desert Southwest.
Rosa will move along Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula Monday evening and make its way north in the next coming days. The weak tropical storm will bring An initial batch of light to moderate rain and heavier rain late Tuesday roughly from Yuma to Flagstaff.
The National Hurricane Center wrote “these rainfall amounts may produce life-threatening flash flooding,” dangerous debris flows and landslides are also possible in mountainous terrain.”
For those of you living in southern or central California, get ready for a nice swell to fill in over the next couple of days.