Ten people have been killed in Mexico as Hurricane Greg moves in from the Pacific Ocean.
Strong winds, heavy rains and flooding have affected several parts of the country - and most of Baja California has been placed under a formal hurricane warning.
Maximum sustatained winds are as strong as 80mph (130kmh), according to the Miami-based National Hurricane Centre.
Senior officers from the Mexican army and navy have planned rescue operations, and hundreds of people have been evacuated from low-lying areas.
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Local Red Cross offices have prepared emergency shelters in case of flooding, residents have begun stockpiling supplies of food and there have been long queues for petrol.