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[10][11][12] Six hours later, the system strengthened into Tropical Storm Iota. [51] Across Chocó, an estimated 28,000 people were affected. [1][2][3][4] As many as 41 people are currently missing. A season's activity isn't measured by just the number of them that formed. [7], Spreading of disease, ranging from colds and skin rashes to gastrointestinal problems has become much more common. 2020 has broken yet another extreme weather record: the most named tropical storms ever in an Atlantic hurricane season. Tropical Storm Zeta formed early Sunday morning south of western Cuba and put the 2020 hurricane season in the record books as only the second year in history to see 27 named storms. Extremely heavy rain fell on much of Nicaragua widening flash flooding caused by the hurricane's high storm surge. The storms began before the hurricane season officially kicked off, with the formation of Tropical Storm Albert in mid-May, … [50] The worst damage took place in the Mohán sector of Dabeiba where landslides killed three people, injured 20, and left eight others missing. The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season was a destructive but below average season. The last storm, Hurricane Rene, dissipated on November 19. 185,000 people have been displaced. This is especially important during the 2020 hurricane season given the multidimensional impacts of COVID-19 in the ... 24 Nov 2020. [2] 80% of Copán Ruinas' roads were rendered impassible due to mudslides and flash flooding. [74] As of the morning of November 18, COPECO reported 366,123 people were directly affected by the hurricane. It was an above average season that produced 18 Tropical Cyclones, 17 Named Storms, 9 Hurricanes and 5 Major hurricanes. Mudslides caused extensive damage and multiple deaths. By Mark Hodson, Sunday Times Travel Writer. [35], With Nicaragua still reeling from Hurricane Eta two weeks prior, many areas remained flooded. In Wiwilí, fears arose over the safety of residents who evacuated into the mountains to escape flooding as numerous landslides occurred in the region. [69] On November 23 a passenger truck plunged off a road in a mountainous area that had been devastated by Iota, the accident cause the deaths of 17 people and 25 injuries. Not a problem: it’s pretty hot all year round, but rarely insufferable. Iota's landfall location was approximately 15 miles (25 km) south of where Hurricane Eta made landfall on November 3. Iota caused severe damage to areas of Central America already devastated by Hurricane Eta just less than two weeks prior. A total of 497 people were affected in the community. [81], Immediate support for 1,000 people will be given. By November 17, nearly half of the outages were restored. [33][34] The rest of the coastline of Honduras, as well as the Bay Islands, were later put under tropical storm warnings on November 16. When is hurricane season in Cuba? [51][50][44] Eight people were rescued from the rubble. [18][19][20] Just 40 minutes later, at 06:40 UTC, Iota reached Category 4 intensity. [25] As Iota was moving ashore, Puerto Cabezas airport reported sustained winds of 72 knots (85 mph; 135 km/h) with gusts to 98 knots (115 mph; 180 km/h) at 02:53 UTC on November 17. Likelihood of the 2020 hurricane season being active: like normal, higher or lower than normal. [42] Although debris covered runways at El Embrujo Airport, initially preventing aircraft from arriving or leaving,[42] by November 17 it was operational enough to allow President Duque to visit and assess the damage of the island. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies emphasized the risk of widespread flooding and landslides as soils were completely saturated. Cumulative total across the three states were nearly 297,000 affected people, as well as almost 59,000 homes being damaged. Hurricane season officially runs from 1 June to 30 November, but the chances of a tropical storm impacting on your holiday are highly unlikely in June or July. [5], Together Eta and Iota have killed around 100 Hondurans and local analysts estimate the damage will cost the country more than 10 billion dollars (L244.1 billion). Towns around Puerto Cabezas in particular were devastated by Eta and debris remained strewn across the area. 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Emergencies were declared for 29 municipalities in the Santander Department where multiple rivers topped their banks. [51], An estimated 70 percent of Cartagena saw flooding due to the direct effects of Iota,[52] affecting an estimated 155,000 people. Tropical Storm Theta — which formed overnight and broke a record as the 29th named Atlantic storm of the season — is chugging east toward Europe on the cusp of hurricane status. [42] Emphasis was placed on evacuating critical injuries to the mainland before establishing the field hospitals. North Mills Trading Estate, Unit 4 Hounsell Building, Bridport DT6 3BE. Officials have reported that more than 4 million people have been affected by Eta and Iota. This made 2020 the fifth consecutive Atlantic hurricane season since 2016 to feature at least one Category 5 hurricane. [2] Landslides were the primary cause of fatalities; one in San Manuel Colohete killed eight people and another in Los Trapiches killed five people. WFP Cuba Country Brief, October 2020 Format Situation Report See all the latest deals.We publish new deals most weeks and you can get them delivered to your inbox by entering your email address below. [6], The precursor tropical wave to Iota produced heavy rain across Venezuela's Falcón state, primarily in the Paraguaná Peninsula. In addition, the festival of Las Parrandas de Remedios runs from 16-26 December in the historic town of Remedios, four hours drive from Havana. [17] They also found intense lightning in Iota's southwest eyewall along with hail, which is extremely rare for a hurricane, given the warm temperatures that are present in those storms. Flooding reached a depth of 6 in (15 cm) at the Gustavo Rojas Pinilla International Airport, preventing usage of the runways. Cuba. [67], A total of 160,233 homes lost power in Nicaragua and 47,638 families lost water service. [72] La Ceiba, Honduras reported a wind gust of 58 mph (93 km/h). [68], Operation USA began preparations for relief efforts on November 17. [25] This also made Iota the strongest hurricane in recorded history to make landfall in Nicaragua within November. Downed trees and blocked paths have slowed down some rescue teams. There were many factors that contributed to the activity of the season. [61], Nearly 44,000 homes suffered total or partial damage in Nicaragua, said Nicaraguan Finance Minister Ivan Acosta, estimating the storms have cost the country $743 million in losses, according to government media site El 19[65], Iota made landfall in Nicaragua as a high-end Category 4 hurricane near the town of Haulover, just south of Puerto Cabezas, on November 16, only 15 miles (25 km) south of where Hurricane Eta made landfall 13 days prior. Part of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season: Hurricane Iota was the latest known Atlantic hurricane ever to attain Category 5 intensity, and only the second Category 5 Atlantic hurricane to exist within the month of November on record—the other being the 1932 Cuba hurricane. [36], On November 18, the Government of Colombia pledged 500 billion pesos (US$136 million) for recovery efforts in Bolívar and Cartagena. The record-breaking Atlantic hurricane season that won't quit officially ends today, Nov. 30. [13] After struggling somewhat due to wind shear and dry air, Iota began to rapidly intensify over warm waters late on November 14, as convection started to wrap around the storm's center. The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season was the most active Atlantic hurricane season ever recorded, breaking the record of 2005.It had thirty-one tropical or subtropical cyclones, thirty named storms, thirteen hurricanes, and six major hurricanes. The highest elevation on the island being 4 feet, 90% of the island was under at least 2 feet of water, the deepest point estimated at 16 feet. The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season officially started on June 1, 2020. The passenger terminal experienced severe damages, and estimated repair times are more than a month. Early Tuesday morning, a new subtropical storm, named Theta, had formed in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, according to the National Hurricane Center, making it the 29th named storm of the season. [24] At 03:40 UTC, Iota made landfall along the northeastern coast of Nicaragua, near the town of Haulover, with sustained winds of 155 mph (250 km/h) and a central pressure of 920 mb (27.17 inHg). Some are refusing to be tested for COVID due to fears of being refused shelter due to infection. After weakening slightly, Iota made landfall in northeastern Nicaragua as a high-end Category 4 hurricane, becoming the strongest recorded hurricane to make landfall in Nicaragua in November. [54], On November 15–16, Iota passed close to the outlying Archipelago of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina as a Category 5 hurricane. [70] A preliminary damage estimate places the damages at 12.3 billion córdobas ($352.5 million USD). [61], Opposition to Duque criticized him for not evacuating Providencia ahead of the storm. 1,000 hygiene kits, which include laundry soap, hand and dish soap, bleach, and toilet paper will be given. July can be pricey due to carnivals held in the capital Havana and Santiago de Cuba, with endless processions, dancing and music, attracting tourists from all over the world. According to the US Hurricane Center, the meteorological phenomenon can become a tropical storm on Friday afternoon or evening. 28 became Tropical Storm Zeta early Sunday morning, as predicted, making the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season the fastest to get to 27 named storms. Various concrete and wooden houses were reduced to rubble. [36] Duque pledged 150 billion pesos (US$41 million) for infrastructure repair. In reality, hurricanes are only a realistic danger between mid August and early October. [48] Some flooding occurred in the state of Miranda. [23] After peaking in intensity, Iota's pressure fluctuated somewhat before it weakened slightly to a high-end Category 4 hurricane at 03:00 UTC on November 17 as the storm began to interact with land. [29][30] Six hours after this downgrade, Iota's low-level circulation center dissipated and the NHC issued their final advisory on Iota. [36], Total damage from the storm is estimated at US$1.4&nsbp;billion. Several families were evacuated from Cimitarra due to rising water along the Carare River. Planning for relief efforts soon followed, which include placing tents, opening temporary hospitals, and delivering food and water to those in need. Two field hospitals and 4,000 tents were to be set up on the island. At 5 pm UTC, May 5, it made landfall on Sable Island, a 26 mile long, 1 mile wide sand bar 100 miles northwest of Canso, Nova Scotia. [49], Heavy rains associated with a tropical wave and Iota caused extensive damage in Colombia. Another person was missing in Soloy, also in the region. In 2017, Hurricane Irma – a category 5 storm – brought destruction across the northern Caribbean – including Cuba – in early September. Seawater rose up to 9.8 ft (3 m). The Instituto Nicaragüense de Telecomunicaciones y Correos|es reported loss of telephone service to 35 communities. Q. Tropical Depression No. Families will also receive purified water, face masks, blankets, buckets, plastic sheets, eggs and beef (the last two for preferred protein sources). 2020’s hurricane season was the Atlantic’s worst: See all 30 storms. [40], The Government of El Salvador opened 1,000 shelters with a capacity for 30,000 people. An estimated total of 5.2 million people were affected by the storm,[7] while hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced. - 73% more "active" than normal. Traditionally, through its well organized system of civil protection Cuba is better prepared for hurricanes then the USA or other countries of the Caribbean. Tropical cyclone watches and warnings were first issued on November 14 in parts of Colombia, Nicaragua, and Honduras, with the latter two countries still recovering from Eta just two weeks prior. Washington, Nov 13 (Prensa Latina) Tropical depression number 31 of the current hurricane season is formed on Friday in the Caribbean Sea and may reach Central America as a hurricane this weekend. The storm was initially impacted by some wind shear, but a center relocation and relaxed shear allowed Iota to quickly strengthen into a hurricane on November 15, after which it underwent explosive intensification, becoming a Category 5 hurricane the following day. The New York Times - The 2020 hurricane season, which brought destructive storms from Central America to the Gulf Coast of the United States and beyond, has proved to be one for the record books. [55] The situation on the island was difficult to ascertain as of November 17, though the island's hospital was assumed destroyed or rendered inoperable. my 2020 atlantic hurricane season birdseye view post #172 *******Note that forecasts and outlooks in this post are NOT the official forecast from the National Hurricane Center (NHC). 10 health facilities have reported a complete loss of cold-chain equipment, which hampered preparations made for distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. Donations worth hundreds of millions of USD have been given to affected countries. Good riddance, 2020 hurricane season. [63], On San Andrés, torrential rains and large swells caused extensive flooding. [44] Approximately 100 vehicles were trapped by rockfalls along a road between Dabeiba and Urabá. [27] The roof was torn off of a makeshift hospital that was serving as a replacement to an older hospital, requiring an evacuation of the patients there. Find Cuba weather information in January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December. The first storm, Tropical Storm Arthur, formed on June 22. Over thirty hurricanes and deadly tropical storms have ravaged the Atlantic in 2020. At least 61 people were killed due to Iota including at least 28 in Nicaragua and 16 in Honduras, among other countries. 2020 is now the most active hurricane season on record 02:39 (CNN) A tropical storm warning has been issued for parts of Florida's west coast as Eta makes its way north from Cuba. [79] About 1,000 food kits will be delivered, as well as recreational activities for sheltered children. Not surprisingly, the cheapest time to visit Cuba is during the tail end of the hurricane season. [50] The landslides destroyed 67 homes and damaged 104 others as well as three schools. The peak tourist season runs from November to March, with prices particularly high towards the end of December. It also became the earliest 27th North Atlantic tropical or subtropical storm on record, surpassing the old mark of November 29, set by Hurricane Epsilon in 2005. [75], Officials in Panama said one person was killed in Nole Duima in the Ngäbe-Buglé Comarca. Damage to homes was reported in El Cayude and El Tranquero. 2020 is also on track to be the warmest year on record. The thirty-first and last tropical cyclone, thirtieth named storm, thirteenth hurricane, and sixth major hurricane of the record-breaking 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, Iota originated as a tropical wave that moved into the Eastern Caribbean on November 10. They are my own detailed views on the Atlantic tropics based on current observations and latest computer model runs. Hurricane Iota was the latest known Atlantic hurricane ever to attain Category 5 intensity, and only the second Category 5 Atlantic hurricane to exist within the month of November on record—the other being the 1932 Cuba hurricane. Average daily highs range from 26°C in January (during the dry season) to a peak of 31°C in July and August (the wet season). Other infection rates of illnesses such as Dengue fever and COVID are increasing as well. Damage reports, however, were extremely limited due to damage the area sustained previously from Hurricane Eta. The depression strengthened into Tropical Storm Iota six hours later. 4", "31st tropical depression of record season to form, Eta chills out as an extratropical low", "Tropical Depression Thirty-One Advisory Number 1", "Tropical Storm Iota Discussion Number 2", "Tropical Storm Iota Intermediate Advisory Number 5A", "Hurricane Iota Intermediate Advisory Number 7A", "Hurricane Iota Intermediate Advisory Number 10A", "Hurricane Iota Intermediate Advisory Number 11A", "Some wild reports from the 16 mile wide eye of major #Hurricane #Iota. 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