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Tropical Wave Number 11 will enter Costa Rica causing more rains

Heavy rains give no respite to the country. Tropical wave number 11 is expected to arrive. Due to this event, the National Emergency Commission...

Four hurricane names retired after deadly destruction

The Atlantic hurricane names Dorian, Laura, Eta and Iota are being retired due to the trail of death and destruction left in their wake

Authorities predict another active Atlantic hurricane season

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on Thursday predicted another above-normal Atlantic hurricane season, the U.S. scientific agency announced.

Central America warns of an active hurricane season

In November 2020, Central America was hit by hurricanes Eta and Iota, which left at least 200 dead, as well as millions of dollars in losses to the economy.

Costa Rica issues Yellow Alerts due to heavy rainfall

The National Emergency Commission (CNE) on Thursday established Yellow Alerts due to weather that is impacting much of Costa Rica.

Rainy season to start earlier than normal in Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s rainy season will start early this year, meteorological experts predicted. 

Central America hopes to resume climate agenda with Biden, Costa Rica’s Foreign Minister says

Central American countries hope to resume environmental talks in their relations with the United States when Joe Biden takes office, says Costa Rican Foreign Minister Rodolfo Solano.

Iota dissipates over El Salvador after leaving wave of deaths in Central America

Central American countries began to see an improvement in the weather on Wednesday after suffering the violent impact of cyclone Iota, which dissipated over El Salvador after leaving at least 14 dead, flooded towns and damage to road infrastructure.

Tropical Storm Iota reaches Honduras; cyclone has killed at least eight

The current hurricane season in the Atlantic has broken records. Iota is the 13th of 30 named storms recorded this year to reach hurricane status.

Hurricane Iota’s landfall was just 15 miles from Hurricane Eta’s

Hurricane Iota’s landfall location was just 15 miles (25 km) south of where Hurricane Eta made landfall just two weeks before, according to the National Hurricane Center.
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