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Hurricane Newton on path toward Mexico's border with Arizona

Hurricane Newton on path toward Mexico's border with Arizona

Hurricane Newton on path toward Mexico's border with Arizona

As of noon ET, the center of Newton was 135 miles south of Tucson and the system was moving to the north-northeast at 18 mph, the National Hurricane Center said.

About 14,000 tourists had remained in Los Cabos as of Monday night as the storm approached and airlines cancelled flights out, said Genaro Ruiz, the state tourism secretary.

The National Weather Service's hurricane center said the storm could drop 1 to 3 inches of rain over parts of Arizona and New Mexico through Thursday.

"According to the latest reports, #Newton only caused minor damages in infrastructure", President Enrique Pena Nieto wrote on Twitter, saying there were no injuries.

The MODIS or Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer instrument aboard NASA's Terra satellite captured a visible image of Hurricane Newton after its center had made landfall in the southern part of Baja California, Mexico.

The two bodies washed ashore on a beach.

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Tropical Storm Newton continues to spin into Southeastern Arizona and is expected to continue to move north and east and weaken, giving added moisture to areas well to our north and west.

Some 1,500 people took refuge in shelters in the resort town but many returned home, Vazquez said. Officers guarded several shops to prevent the kind of looting that was seen after Odile struck. The boat had set out from the port of Ensenada and was bound for Mazatlan.

The storm was expected to dump eight to 15 centimetres of rain, before passing into the USA state of Arizona later in the day, the Florida-based weather centre said. Schools were also shut.

Carlos Mendoza said the deceased and missing were not citizens of the state and are believed to be crew members of a fishing boat that was destroyed by the storm that battered the coast line late Tuesday.

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