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Hurricane Iota

Iota leaves 38 dead after tearing through Central America

Iota's death toll rose to 38 on Wednesday after the year's biggest Atlantic storm unleashed mudslides, tore apart buildings and left thousands homeless across Central America, revisiting areas devastated by another hurricane just two weeks ago.

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.

Costa Rican authorities detail damage, costs of hurricane influence

Costa Rica's National Emergency Commission (CNE) and National Meteorological Institute (IMN) on Tuesday detailed the damages and costs provoked by the two major hurricanes that have made landfall in Central America this month.

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.

Hurricane Iota tears through Central America after Nicaragua landfall

Hurricane Iota was barreling through Central America on Tuesday, hours after making landfall as the strongest Atlantic storm this year along a stretch of Nicaraguan coast devastated by a powerful storm just two weeks ago.

Hurricane Iota, maximum Category 5 strength, makes landfall in Nicaragua

Iota made landfall Monday on Nicaragua's northern Caribbean coast as a maximum Category 5 hurricane, accompanied by catastrophic winds, rain and storm surge, a top meteorological official said.

Evacuations underway in Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala as Iota approaches

Honduras, Guatemala and Nicaragua announced evacuations last week, even as the region was still reeling from the devastation inflicted by previous storm Eta.

Just in: Iota strengthens into ‘catastrophic’ Category 5 hurricane

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) announced Monday morning that Iota has strengthened into a catastrophic Category 5 hurricane. 

‘Exceptionally dangerous’ Hurricane Iota could reach Category 5

An exceptionally dangerous Iota could strengthen into a Category 5 hurricane before making landfall in Nicaragua and Honduras, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned Monday morning.

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