Hurricane Nora bypassed the Mexican coast near Puerto Vallarte


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The newly formed Hurricane Nora hits the Pacific coast of the Mexican state of Jalisco as it approaches the Puerto Vallarta area to pass through overnight.

Nora had maximum enduring winds of 140 kilometers per hour late Saturday afternoon, and tropical storm winds spread to 160 kilometers in some places.

Weakened debris could even bring rain in the southwestern U.S., the Great Basin and the Central Rockies next week, forecasters said.

According to the U.S. National Hurricane Center forecast, Nora bypassed the bay that hid Puerto Vallartu during the night, then hugged the coast as she headed toward the narrow Gulf of California, probably passing very close to the Los Cabos resort on the southern tip of Baja. The California Peninsula on Monday. The trail also passes near the Mazatlan resort on the mainland.

Nora was expected to begin to weaken in the middle of the week as she moved north toward the Arizona border area.

It was centered about 100 kilometers southwest of Puerto Vallare, and was moving 22 km / h to the north.

The Hurricane Center said that in some areas along the west coast of Mexico, a total of 8 to 12 inches (20 to 30 centimeters) could fall, and the isolated highs are even higher.

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