Tropical Storm Norma (1970)

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Tropical Storm Norma was the fourteenth tropical cyclone of the 1970 Pacific hurricane season. It formed on August 31 off the western coast of Mexico. The storm died on September 5, just before it reached Baja California. The storm caused record amounts of rain and flash floods in Arizona. Over $1 million in damage was done. Twenty-three people were killed.