, Heavy rainfall affected much of El Salvador as Eta passed to the northeast. More than 10,000 people sought refuge at shelters in Puerto Cabezas and surrounding villages. Spent childhood listening to Ramayana and Mahabharata: Barack Obama in memoir Damage across the archipelago reached COL$3 billion (US$777,000). Eta weakened from the Category 4 hurricane to a tropical storm after lashing the Caribbean coast for much of Tuesday, its floodwaters isolating already …  Preliminary damage in the nation were almost ₡10 billion (US$16.5 million). 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HAVANA: Tropical storm Eta brought strong winds and torrential rain to Cuba on Sunday (Nov 8) after having cut a destructive and deadly path through parts of Central America and southern Mexico. Hurricane Eta ravaged parts of Central America this week as a Category 4 storm and led to the deaths of dozens of people and caused widespread damage.  At 03:00 UTC on November 3, a Hurricane Hunter aircraft found the system still rapidly intensifying with maximum sustained winds of 150 mph (240 km/h) and a pressure of 927 mbar (hPa; 27.38 inHg) as its forward speed continued to decrease.  Multiple reports of flooding and landslides occurred nationwide, 12 rivers saw increased levels, prompting concern for further flooding, and 26 people required evacuation in Corredores and Parrita.  Later that day, a hurricane warning was issued from the Honduras–Nicaragua border to Sandy Bay Sirpi while a tropical storm warning was issued for areas from Punta Patuca to the Honduras–Nicaragua border. MPO road crews were dispatched to ensure highways remained clear for travel. Once the system began to reorganize in the Caribbean, tropical storm watches were issued on November 5, in the Cayman Islands. A strengthened Tropical Storm Eta made landfall on Cuba early Sunday and had its sights set on the southern tip of Florida after leaving dozens dead and over 100 missing in Central America, where it hit last week as a major hurricane.Eta breached Cuba even as searchers in... eta, hurricane, cuba, honduras, florida, gulf. (Photo by Seth Sidney Berry / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images).  At 04:00 UTC on November 9, Eta made its third landfall on the Lower Matecumbe Key in the Florida Keys with the same intensity as its Cuban landfall.  Just before the storm's arrival, the Nicaraguan Army moved red-helmeted troops to Puerto Cabezas to help in search and rescue efforts that would occur due to Eta.  A tropical storm watch was also issued from west of Punta Patuca westward to Punta Castilla late that same day. Some weakening took place as the system made landfall near Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua, late that same day.  A 13-year-old girl was killed when a mudflow caused her home to collapse in the village of Carmen.  Flooding in Pinellas County caused 33 people to be rescued by the Pinellas County Sheriff Office from homes and roadways and in Gulfport, five sailboats became unanchored and ran aground or were pushed up against a seawall. It …  The governments of Japan and Spain pledged to donate relief items. Government schools were closed in the islands on November 6 due to the threat of Eta.  It then held its strength and decelerated slightly before making landfall on the south central coast of Cuba at 09:00 UTC. A hurricane watch and a tropical storm … Hurricane Eta was a devastating Category 4 hurricane that wreaked havoc across parts of Central America in early November 2020. PURULHA, Guatemala — A strengthening Tropical Storm Eta made landfall in Cuba Sunday and was aimed at the southern tip of Florida, where a hurricane warning was posted for a … Mirian Esperanza Nájera Mejía had fled her home in the dark with her two children and Mejía, her mother. , Moisture from Eta combined with a cold front moving eastward across the Eastern United States, generating extremely heavy rainfall across Virginia and the Carolinas. People walk around a road blocked by a landslide in Purulha, northern Guatemala Friday, Nov. 6, 2020. HAVANA (AP) — A strengthening Tropical Storm Eta sliced across Cuba on Sunday and was aimed at the southern tip of Florida, where officials braced for a storm that could hit at hurricane force after leaving scores of dead and over 100 missing in Mexico and Central America.The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami said declared hurricane and storm surge warnings for the Keys Keep discussions on topic, avoid personal attacks and threats of any kind. Sunday, 08 November 2020 09:43 AM.  In southern Costa Rica, a landslide onto a house killed two residents, a Costa Rican woman and an American man. , Continuing westward in response to a low- to mid-level ridge that extended from the subtropical Atlantic southwestward to Cuba and The Bahamas, Eta slowly organized throughout the day as a central dense overcast (CDO) began to form atop its center.  The disturbance steadily moved westward into a more favorable upper-level environment and very warm waters. Wave action off the coast caused minor flooding on the coasts. Eta is forecast to return to sea and regain momentum as a tropical storm, possibly reaching the Cayman Islands, Cuba and southern Florida in the coming days, NHC said. A green alert was issued for Copán, Ocotepeque, Lempira, Intibucá, La Paz, Valle, and Choluteca. With flooding beginning during the overnight hours of November 2, the National Emergency Commission (NCE) established multiple shelters for evacuees.  Despite remaining in a favorable environment, Eta began to weaken six hours after its peak intensity due to an eyewall replacement cycle, which it completed just as it made landfall at 21:00 UTC south of Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua, with winds of 140 mph (225 km/h) and a pressure of 940 mbar (hPa; 27.76 inHg). The system was expected to approach the Florida Keys and south Florida late Sunday or Monday. The IFRC expressed concern over an increase in post-traumatic stress disorder, similar to what took place after Hurricane Mitch in 1998.  A bridge crossing the Río Grande de Zacapa in Jocotán was washed away. Nationwide, 1,991 people required evacuation due to floods and landslides. But, in her wake, there is widespread of flooding and some damage to infrastructure throughout the country. , The outer bands of Eta brought tropical storm-force gusts to South Florida beginning on November 7. In the Chiapas highlands more than 2000 homes were destroyed. Early on November 1, the governments of Honduras and Nicaragua issued Hurricane Watches and Warnings for the northeastern coast of Honduras from Punta Patuca to the Honduras–Nicaragua border and the northeastern coast of Nicaragua from the Honduras–Nicaragua border to Puerto Cabezas, respectively. But while she held tight to her children, the current swept away Mejía. Access to clean water was significantly disrupted due to high turbidity and power outages, though 60% of service was restored by November 7. The American, Swiss, Norwegian, Spanish, Italian, and German Red Cross were positioned to assist any operations. The agency planned to set up three types of shelters due to the COVID-19 pandemic: infected persons, suspected infected persons, and non-infected persons.  Coastal zones in Cuba were also flooded and about 25,000 people were forced to evacuate.  The Honduran Air Force prepared two planes to send 4,000 pounds of food to La Mosquitia, Gracias a Dios. Maximum sustained winds had decreased slightly to 60 mph (95 kph). , Despite becoming extremely disorganized, Eta maintained its low-level circulation and began gradually turning northeastward, eventually moving back over the Caribbean Sea on November 6 and accelerating due to the influence of a developing mid- to upper-level trough over the Gulf of Mexico. Florida Gov.  Eta then turned southwestward under the influence of a strong deep-layer ridge across the Gulf of Mexico, Florida, and near the US East Coast. Maximum sustained winds had decreased slightly to … , With extensive damage across the country, Honduras's Secretary of Infrastructure and Public Services and Institute for Community Development and Water and Sanitation divided relief operations into three zones. In San Cristóbal de las Casas many neighborhoods were damaged by the flooding Amarillo and Fogótico rivers. , With damage from Hurricane Eta spanning the entirety of Central America, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) launched a "massive, multi-country operation".  In Santa Barbara a 2-year-old girl was killed when she and her mother were swept away by floodwaters; the mother survived. , For similarly-named storms in the Western Pacific, see, Hurricane Eta just prior to peak intensity east of.  Total economic losses in Honduras are estimated in excess of 125 billion lempiras (US$5 billion). Tropical Storm Eta made landfall on the south-central coast of Cuba early Sunday and is predicted to bring a dangerous storm surge and life-threatening flash flooding. China is conducting a massive foreign influence operation in the U.S. and "will use any means possible" to destroy the U . Tropical depression Eta is expected to strengthen as it moves toward the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands and Florida as rescue crews in Guatemala search for … , Initial relief efforts in Nicaragua were stymied by extensive flooding and persistent rainfall. By November 7, more than 16,000 people had been rescued while 65,912 people remained isolated across 64 communities. Eta breached Cuba even as searchers in Guatemala were still digging for people believed buried by a massive, rain-fueled landslide. Despite passing north of the San Andrés Island, part of the archipelago of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina, Eta still brought considerable damage to the island. In Cuba, Eta continued to flood coastal zones and … , On November 11, a sailboat became lodged partially underneath the Matlacha Bridge, causing the bridge to be temporarily closed thus cutting off transportation to and from Pine Island. In Guatemala, search teams first had to overcome multiple landslides and deep mud just to reach the site where officials have estimated some 150 homes were devastated. After the Supreme Court failed to respect the vote of "law-abiding states," Lt. Col. Allen West, the Texas GOP chairman, . The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami declared hurricane and storm surge warnings for the Keys from Ocean Reef to the Dry Tortugas, including Florida Bay.  At the Getsemani School, where 215 people were sheltering, Eta's strong winds ripped 10 sheets of metal off the school's roof. Donations worth millions of USD had been given to affected countries to help recoveries.  Residents of mobile homes and other vulnerable structures in the Florida Keys were told to evacuate ahead of Tropical Storm Eta as a state of emergency was declared in several counties including Monroe and Miami-Dade. Eta rapidly weakened to a tropical depression as it meandered across Central America for two days before moving north over water.  Land interaction caused Eta to rapidly weaken as it moved slowly westward after landfall with its eye disappearing and its central convection weakening. Relief efforts for those affected by the storm were extensive and widespread, involving several countries.  In Olanchito, 12 people, including two newborns, were trapped.  An estimated 343,000 people were directly affected by the storm.  At 03:00 UTC on November 1, the system intensified into Tropical Storm Eta, becoming the earliest 28th tropical or subtropical storm on record in an Atlantic hurricane season, surpassing the old mark of December 30, which was set by Tropical Storm Zeta in 2005.  Heavy rainfall also impacted the region, with a peak total of 15.79 in (401 mm) in Miramar, while rain gauges in Davie, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, and Sunrise observed more than 10 in (250 mm) of precipitation. , Late on November 6, tropical storm watches were issued for the northwestern Bahamas.  Eta weakened slightly after making landfall in Cuba's Sancti Spíritus Province, but this was short-lived as it quickly moved back over water in the Atlantic Ocean and began to re-strengthen again as it turned sharply northwestward around the northeastern side of an upper-level low that has formed over the extreme northwestern Caribbean Sea near the Isle of Youth. , The outer bands of Hurricane Eta brought heavy rainfall to portions of Costa Rica. “Residents need to monitor this storm and be prepared for high tropical storm force sustained winds and hurricane strength gusts,” said Shannon Wiener, Monroe County Emergency Management Director. Power outages became widespread across the islands with tropical-storm force winds causing damage to power lines. Rescue workers used a helicopter to evacuate survivor Emilio Caal, who said he lost as many as 40 family members and relatives. The Indigenous community of about 1,200 residents consisted of simple homes of wood and tin roofs clinging to the mountainside.  The next day, tropical storm warnings were put into effect for all of the islands. With files from Reuters  However, it was reported by The Washington Post that several meteorologists believed Eta peaked as a Category 5 hurricane based on satellite imagery estimates as well as a lack of aircraft observations due to several mechanical issues.  In La Ceiba, floodwaters rushed through streets, and the flooding also washed away a structure at a local cemetery.  However, by 21:00 UTC that day, satellite and microwave imagery confirmed that an LLC had formed and the NHC began issuing advisories on Tropical Depression Twenty-Nine. Eta had maximum sustained winds of 65 mph when it struck on Lower … All rights reserved.  Street flooding occurred in Broward, northern Miami-Dade, and Monroe counties. , Officially, Eta made two landfalls in Florida - it hit the central part of the Florida Keys late Sunday, November 7, and made landfall again at about 4 a.m. Thursday, November 10, near Cedar Key, roughly 130 miles north of Tampa. But Mejía’s body was later recovered.  At least 53 people died across Guatemala, while an additional 96 remain missing. Warnings that the system is still dangerous even with decreasing winds, but heavy rain.  Flooding in Panama's Chiriqui province, near the Costa Rica border killed 19 people. The Nicaraguan Red Cross coordinated distribution of supplies with the nation's government.  The Wawa River that connects Puerto Cabezas to the rest of Nicaragua overflowed its banks. The system rapidly organized as it progressed west, with the cyclone ultimately becoming a Category 4 hurricane on November 3. Eta knocked down power lines and trees while damaging roofs and causing flooding in Puerto Cabezas.  Residents in low-lying areas of San Ignacio had to be evacuated from their homes. An emergency appeal for 20 million Swiss francs (US$22 million) was made to supplement local Red Cross activities in Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua.  The next day, these watches were upgraded to tropical storm warnings. By Confidencial.  At least 457 homes were damaged by floodwaters, 41 communities were cut off by washed-out roads, and at least nine bridges were destroyed including one in La Ceiba. Miami-Dade County declared a state of emergency Friday night and also warned a flood watch would be in effect through Tuesday night.  Later that day, these were upgraded to tropical storm warnings in some provinces. Over 10 inches (250 mm) of rain fell in some areas of North and South Carolina.  Overall, Eta caused C$6.128 billion (US$178.4 million) of damage in Nicaragua. Eta's extreme intensity at the beginning of its lifetime followed by its erratic path afterwards bought widespread impacts across Central America, the Greater Antilles, the Bahamas, and Florida with heavy rainfall, strong winds, and flash flooding causing most of the damage. It soon became extratropical and dissipated off the Eastern United States the next day. Downed trees and tree branches also resulted. In the aftermath of Hurricane Eta, hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced due to flooding. Today, Eta moved on and is now a Tropical Depression heading northeast of Cuba.  The IFRC dispatched a plane and two trucks carrying 98 tons of relief goods from Panama to Honduras and Nicaragua by November 10.  After remaining at minimal tropical storm strength for 15 hours, Eta began to explosively intensify, reaching hurricane status at 09:00 UTC on November 2. An increase of 1500 m3s−1 in flow at the Peñitas Dam has prompted evacuation plans. In all, 11 deaths were attributed to the storm in the U.S. Nearly $8 billion in damages have been reported across all affected areas by Eta as of December 2020..  According to the NHC, the Regional Specialized Meteorological Center for the Atlantic, Eta maintained its peak winds as it reached its lowest recorded pressure of 923 mbar (hPa; 27.26 inHg) at 06:00 UTC, thus marking its peak intensity as a high-end Category 4 hurricane. “When the flooding started, the whole family was leaving the house,” said family friend Nery Solis. Landslides and rising floodwaters have caused more than 50 deaths in Guatemala, Nicaragua and Honduras. No one was injured or killed in the incident. At least one person …  The village of Queja near San Cristobal Verapaz in the center of the country was particularly hard-hit, with a landslide burying 150 homes. In Tabasco, more than 10 rivers have overflowed their banks. Newsmax, Moneynews, Newsmax Health, and Independent. 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