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Hurricane Norbert, the fifteenth named storm and tenth hurricane this year, brought flooding rains along the U.S. Pacific coast and Mexico, killing at least five with the storm’s heavy rainfall and strong, gusty winds.

The storm was first named Tropical Storm Norbert on Sept. 2, but after gaining strength as it moved northwest toward Baja California Sur, it gained hurricane status on Sept. 5. On Sept. 6, the storm reached its peak intensity with maximum sustained winds of 120 mph, becoming a Category 3.

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