The middle of the storm is expected to reach the southwestern coast of Mexico later Saturday earlier than passing close to the coast of the states of Jalisco and Nayarit.
The Class 1 hurricane is then projected to maneuver into the Gulf of California on Sunday and Monday.
Heavy rain related to Nora will fall throughout coastal parts of the Mexican states of Guerrero, Michoacan, Colima and Jalisco.
Rainfall totals of 8 to 12 inches are forecast by the weekend with the potential for remoted most quantities of 20 inches, producing life-threatening flash flooding and mudslides.
As Nora strikes north-northwest, the rainfall will shift into the Baja California Sur late Sunday into Monday.
For parts of Baja California Sur, rainfall totals of 4 to eight inches are forecast, with remoted most quantities of 12 inches.
Life-threatening flash flooding and mudslides can also happen there in consequence.
Extra storm-term strengthening is anticipated so long as Nora stays offshore of the Mexican shoreline.
On Saturday, AccuWeather meteorologists were reportedly monitoring the potential for flooding and “tropical downpours” within the southwestern U.S.
Whereas the storm could now not be designated a hurricane or perhaps a tropical storm by the point it reaches the realm, AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Rob Miller stated that Nora may nonetheless “convey a dose of tropical moisture to elements of Arizona, Utah, New Mexico and Colorado that might result in flash flooding through the center and finish of subsequent week.”