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Norma was a major hurricane in the Eastern Pacific basin.
Norma made landfall as a category 1 storm along the southern tip of Baja California Sur near Cabo San Lucas.
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Hurricane Norma made landfall on the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, then made a second landfall as a tropical depression in the state of Sinaloa a couple days later.
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Norma’s intensification seen by polar orbiting satellites.
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Infrared (band I5)
This multi-day time lapse shows the evolution of Norma, rapidly intensifying from a tropical storm into a category four hurricane.
Infrared (band 13)
Norma strengthens to a major category 4 storm.
Infrared (band 13) Visible (band 2)
The sun sets on a strengthening Hurricane Norma.
Visible (band 2)
Tropical Storm Norma continues to strengthen well offshore of southwestern Mexico. The storm is expected to become a hurricane soon.
Newly formed Tropical Storm Norma is spinning off the southwestern shore of Mexico. The storm is expected to strengthen in the coming days.