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Hurricane Sergio may swing eastward, deliver more rain to southwestern US in wake of
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The long-range track of Sergio may be such that the hurricane boomerangs back toward the upper west coast of Mexico and delivers more drenching rain in the wake of Rosa.

Sergio remained a Category 4 hurricane as of Thursday morning.

"Into this weekend, the track of Sergio will take the storm farther out to sea and over cooler waters which will allow gradual weakening," according to AccuWeather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski.

"However, a turn toward the north is likely early next week, followed by a turn to the northeast and an increase in forward speed is possible later next week," Kottlowski said.

This anticipated track may bring a weakening hurricane or tropical storm close to Baja California by the end of next week.

Perhaps similar to what happened with Rosa, copious amounts of moisture in the form of showers and thunderstorms may be then carried into the southwestern United States during next weekend.

Such a scenario may renew the risk of flooding in the region but may also provide another round of drought-denting rain.

https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-n...a/70006254
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Hurricane Sergio changes course and is now aimed at Baja California Sur

http://www.bcsnoticias.mx/de-ultima-hora...ornia-sur/
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Looks like the Mulege mud people are in for a ride this week. Better get your stuff to high ground.

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