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Colombia’s San Andres Island Takes Stock after Hurricane Iota

Sat, 21 Nov 2020 02:21:00 +0100laht (en)

SAN ANDRES, Colombia – Four days after Hurricane Iota slammed this Colombian island off the coast of Nicaragua with winds in excess of 258 km/h (160 mph), an uncertain recovery was under way on Friday. Many residents of San Andres were jolted awake late Monday by the first Category 5 storm in history to strike Colombian soil.

Hurricane Iota Barrels Towards Northeastern Nicaragua

Tue, 17 Nov 2020 03:39:00 +0100channel5belize (en)

Nov 16, 2020 Hurricane Iota Barrels Towards Northeastern Nicaragua. Nicaragua is for a second time in less than three weeks is bracing for another massive hurricane. Iota, a category five storm, the strongest Atlantic weather system to form in November, is expected to bring devastation to Central America when it makes landfall tonight.

Belize: Hurricane Eta (MDRBZ006) Emergency Plan of Action

Tue, 17 Nov 2020 00:54:00 +0100reliefWeb (en)

Country: Belize Source: International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies Please refer to the attached file. A. Situation analysis Description of the disaster On 4 November 2020, Hurricane Eta made landfall on Nicaragua’s shores as a Category 4 hurricane, causing destruction and excessive rain with windspeeds of 140 mph.

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