Hurricane Rosa expected to increase California surf as Kirk drenches Caribbean

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Pacific Time, and was expected to reach Baja California on Monday as a tropical storm, as additional weakening was in the forecast over the next few days, the Miami-based center said.

Hurricane Rosa is on track to drench northwest Mexico and parts of the southwest U.S., prompting tropical storm warnings for the Baja California coast and flash flood alerts for parts of four USA states.

"These swells are likely to cause life-threatening surf and rip current conditions", the NHC said.

The National Weather Service's San Diego office said Rosa could bring 5 to 8 feet of surf, with highs of 9 to 10 feet. The storm is expected to drop 3-to-6 inches of rain, with isolated spots of 10 inches of rain in the next few days, the weather service said.

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Sergio had winds of 50 mph (85 kph) early Sunday and it was centered about 485 miles (780 kilometers) south of Manzanillo, Mexico.

Rosa is expected to make landfall Monday as a tropical storm, then continue moving northeast, soaking the southwestern United States. The hurricane center said there were no coastal watches or warnings in effect, but swells generated by Rosa were expected to cause risky surf and rip current conditions along portions of southwestern Mexico, the peninsula and southern California.

Up to 4 inches could fall in Flagstaff, Payson and Prescott through Wednesday.

That kind of rain would be significant for Yuma, which gets only 3½ inches of rain a year on average, Deemer said.