Hurricane Rosa upgraded to category 4

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Hurricane Rosa is expected to bring some much-needed rain to the Southland and increase surf and rip currents along the coast this weekend.

The U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) is issuing advisories for Hurricane Rosa, Tropical Storm Leslie, and Tropical Storm Sergio.

Surf from 6 to 10 feet is possible on Los Angeles and Ventura County beaches as early as Saturday night or Sunday, the National Hurricane Center said.

The remnants of Rosa could bring as much as a year's worth of rain to desert areas such as California's Imperial Valley and Arizona's Yuma County - both significant producers of vegetables for the nation.

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The weather service also says that Rosa is generating a large swell that will produce waves in the 3' to 5' range, with sets to 7', in northern-most San Diego County, and larger waves in southern Orange County.

A Tropical Storm warning was in effect for the coast of Baja, Ca., from Punta Abreos to Cabo San Quintin.

There is increasing confidence that high-grade tropical moisture from Hurricane Rosa may drift into northwest Arizona, southern Nevada and southeast California by Monday morning.

The latest forecast from the National Hurricane Center (NHC) shows the storm moving west at about 12 miles per hour on Thursday before slowing down and turning to the west-northwest on Friday.