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NASA peers into the rainfall of Eastern Pacific' Tropical Storm Aletta

The future of this TD3-E is still somewhat uncertain regarding potential land impacts.

The Pacific's first named hurricane, Aletta, weakened rapidly to a Category 2 storm on Saturday.

Forecasters believe Aletta will keep the worst conditions well offshore, which will limit the potential for any threats to land. This disturbance is now a cluster of storms, but is becoming better organized.

Future Bud is expected to quickly intensify over the warm Pacific waters in a similar manner to Aletta's development.

Interests along the Mexican coast from Acapulco to Zihuatanejo, Manzanillo, Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos should monitor the progress of Bud in the week ahead. Both storms could cause high surf, rip currents, rainbands and possibly flash flooding to occur.

Now running out of time, Aletta is traveling deeper into the chilly Pacific waters as a weakening cyclone.

The Weather Channel reported Aletta is centered just under 500 miles south of Mexico's Baja Peninsula.

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The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Bud had maximum sustained winds of 65 miles per hour (100 kph) Sunday morning.

The latest infrared satellite imagery suggests that Aletta has become better organized over the last 6-12 hours and is nearing hurricane status. A tropical depression is expected to form over the weekend as it moves westward off the coast of southern Mexico.

The average date when the first named storm forms in the Eastern Pacific Basin is June 10, according to NHC data from 1971 to 2009.

The season of Hurricane has just started in the Atlantic and the eastern Pacific Ocean, and it will be running through November 30th, 2018. It was upgraded to a Category 3 storm on Friday. "It's happened 3 other times this decade, and a total of 9 times since 1970, per NOAA's database", he tweeted.

Zoomed out view of Hurricane Aletta, June 8.

While it may seem odd for the Pacific's first storm to be so strong, Weather.com meteorologist Jonathan Erdman discovered it's not all that uncommon.

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