Hurricane Eta has descended into a Category 2 hurricane, with winds of up to 105 mph, but it is causing catastrophic wind damage as Eta’s eye light is off the northeast coast of Nicaragua. Turns inwards.
Eta is predicted to move across the Caribbean, with many models describing it as being across or passing the CB and one of this week’s hurricanes in South Florida. Although it is too early to determine the exact time, scale and location of possible wind and rain effects, the interests of the CBA, South Florida and Florida Keys should monitor ETA’s progress during the week.
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According to Colorado State University meteorologist Philip Klotzbach, who specializes in Atlantic Basin storm forecasting, ETA is the 12th Atlantic hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season and the 28th hurricane of the season.
Klotzbach said Eta was the most powerful Atlantic hurricane since the end of the 2016 calendar year in 2016.
The hurricane season continues until November 30.
Tuesday, November 3 at 10 p.m. Here is the latest update from:
What is there and where is it?
Hurricane Eta is about 45 miles southwest of Porto Cabezas, Nicaragua, and is slowly moving west at 6 miles per hour.
How likely is it to strengthen?
After rapidly advancing to a Category 4 storm, with winds approaching 150 miles per hour with winds at one point, the storm is now below ETA 105 and is expected to weaken as it continues to move inside the center. Going.
The latest forecast is to strengthen it once the water returns, and is expected to arrive in South Florida in the form of a hurricane this week.
Details on Hurricane Eta
The slow-moving ETA is bringing deadly storms, catastrophic winds, flash floods and earthquakes to parts of Central America.
- Location: Porto Cabezas, about 45 miles southwest of Nicaragua
- Maximum sustained winds: 105 meters per hour
- Current movement: 6 miles per hour to the west
Who is likely to be affected?
After weakening from Central America, Eta’s hot tropical storm is predicted to regain power as it swirls over parts of Uba Ba and approaches South Florida this weekend. Although it is too early to determine the exact time, scale and location of possible wind and rain effects, the interests of the CBA, South Florida and Florida Keys should monitor ETA’s progress during the week.
Predictors advise all residents to stay informed and ready in the meantime Very active storm weather.
In Central America, the potential effects of ETA include:
The wind: There is a possibility of catastrophic wind damage where Eta’s eye moves to the sea shore within the storm warning area. Hurricane conditions are expected in the hurricane warning area, and hurricane conditions are possible in the hurricane watch area. Tropical storm conditions are possible later today in the Tropical Storm Watch area.
The rain: Most Nicaragua and Honduras can receive 15 to 25 inches of rain, 35 inches alone. The rains will cause landslides in highland areas of Central America, as well as catastrophic, life-threatening flash floods and river floods. Flash floods and river floods are possible in Jamaica, southeastern Mexico, El Salvador, southern Haiti and the Cayman Islands.
Storm surge: A dangerous hurricane surges within the hurricane warning zone along the coast of Nicaragua as well as in coastal wind areas, usually 14 to 21 feet above sea level and normal waves along the coast of Honduras. 3 to 5 feet above the level. Inside the tropical storm warning area. Near the coast, the growth will be accompanied by large and destructive waves.
Surf: The swelling caused by ETA is expected to affect parts of the Central American coast and the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico in the next few days. These swellings are deadly surf and cause current conditions to rupture.
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Watch / Alert issued
The hurricane warning is effective for:
- Coast of Nicaragua from Honduras / Nicaragua border to Sandy Bay Sirpi
A tropical storm warning is effective for:
- North-east coast of Honduras from Punda Patuka to Honduras / Nicaragua border
- Coast of Nicaragua from south of Sikri Bay serpentine to Laguna de Parlas.
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