Hurricane Hilary heads for US bringing a year's worth of rain and 145mph winds, forecasters say

Hurricane Hilary off the Pacific coast of Mexico. Pic: NOAA via AP More than a year’s worth of rain, bringing with it “rare and dangerous flooding”, could fall on parts of parched Southern California and the southwest US this weekend, as Hurricane Hilary makes landfall.

Up to six inches (15 cm) of rain is expected in parts of the region, as the category four hurricane arrives, driven by winds of up to 145mph (230 kph).

Hilary was heading towards Baja California in Mexico , on Friday, threatening to cause “significant flooding” to parts, along with the southwestern United States, the US […]

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