Nicaragua on high alert for Category 4 hurricane Eta and made landfall devastatingly (PHOTO)

Nicaragua and other Central American countries are on alert after the hit of Hurricane Eta In just 24 hours, Hurricane Eta went from a tr...

Compartir
Suscríbete
Suscribe our Newsletter
Recibe por email las noticias más destacadas
Mundo Hispánico
  • Nicaragua and other Central American countries are on alert after the hit of Hurricane Eta
  • In just 24 hours, Hurricane Eta went from a tropical storm to a Category 4 hurricane
  • US authorities warn of ‘extremely dangerous’ hurricane

Nicaragua and other Central American countries are on high alert after Hurricane Eta made landfall this Tuesday and with the force of category 4.

Through the National Hurricane Center of the United States it was reported that Hurricane Eta is ‘extremely dangerous’ and registers powerful winds of 220 kilometers per hour, which will cause devastation in indigenous communities and affect more than 100,000 people who will be evacuated.

The eye of the category 4 hurricane Eta is located 35 kilometers from Puerto Cabeza, in the Caribbean of Nicaragua, moving west with a speed of 6 kilometers per hour, so that Nicaragua will be hit hard in the next few days even if its wind gusts decrease. .

According reportsHurricane Eta is expected to weaken as it enters Nicaragua, however it will be until Wednesday when it is considered a tropical storm again.

The Nicaraguan government has decreed alert and state of maximum alarm from the border with Honduras to Sandy Bay Sirpi, as reported by the EFE agency.

The storm surge that Hurricane Eta causes is expected to raise sea levels by 4 to 6 meters, as well as dangerous waves and strong winds.

The catastrophic winds and floods are the effects that Hurricane Eta will have on Nicaragua and part of Honduras, which will not be saved from the onslaught of the weather phenomenon.

The 2020 hurricane season has been one of the most incredible, as it is the first time that the name Eta is used in the storm system due to the number of phenomena presented in the Atlantic.

This year there are 28 tropical storms, of which 12 have become hurricanes.

Hurricane ETA, Nicaragua (Twitter)

Hurricane ETA, Nicaragua (Twitter)

They confirm six dead and millions without electricity by Hurricane Zeta in Louisiana. Despite the fact that Hurricane Zeta was downgraded to a tropical storm on Thursday, its passage through the eastern United States was devastating.

According to USA Today, Zeta claimed the life of a man who was electrocuted to death in New Orleans, while sadly another man drowned in Biloxi, Mississippi.

In addition, the death of a man was reported in Acworth, Georgia, who was killed when a log fell on his mobile home. In Atlanta, a tree fell on the house of two people and immobilized them against the bed, according to the same media.

Hurricane Zeta dead

PHOTO Getty Images

In Alabama, one person was killed when another tree fell on a mobile home in Clarke County, according to USA Today.

At the same time power outages from the Zeta storm across the entire east coast of the United States affected some voting centers, including north Georgia, also in Douglas County, west of Atlanta, all six polling places were without electricity, according to USA Today.

Voting was also affected by the storm in parts of Alabama, Mississippi and Florida. Hurricane Zeta made landfall on the east coast of the United States, in the state of Louisiana, according to the National Hurricane Center.

The hurricane killed a 55-year-old man who, according to a coroner, was electrocuted by a downed power line in New Orleans, and authorities said dangerous conditions will prevail through Thursday.

PHOTO Getty Images

Filed Under: Hurricane Eta Nicaragua

Zeta’s passing has been extremely devastating, and Mike Smith, mayor of Waveland, Mississippi, said this is perhaps the worst storm damage since Katrina devastated the city in 2005, according to USA Today.

The multiple power cuts due to the passage of Hurricane Zeta have occurred in various states on the east coast of the United States, such as North Carolina, Louisiana and Georgia, according to various reports from Univisión, El Universal, CNN and Telemundo.

In Atlanta, according to the Bridge Project, Zeta left more than two million businesses and homes in the dark.

Hurricane Zeta dead

PHOTO Twitter

Filed Under: Hurricane Eta Nicaragua

Hurricane Zeta kills at least one in Louisiana and threatens Atlanta

Hurricane Zeta hit Louisiana on Wednesday, hitting the New Orleans metropolitan area with rains and high winds that destroyed buildings, leaving thousands of people without power in a region that has suffered numerous storms this year.

The storm moved fast to reach Mississippi with gales, downpours and a dangerous storm surge.

Zeta weakened to a Category 1 hurricane with winds of 128 kilometers (80 miles) per hour as it swept into southern Mississippi within hours of making landfall.

PHOTO Twitter

However, meteorologists warned that it was still dangerous. The storm was 72 kilometers (45 miles) northeast of Hattiesburg Wednesday morning.

In Mobile, Alabama, a gust of 146 km / h (45 mph) was recorded Tuesday, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office reported a 3.5-meter (10-foot) storm surge in Waveland, Mississippi.

As Zeta hit the south of the country, some neighbors expressed concern about the upcoming elections.

“Right now there are many roads blocked by trees and other debris that have fallen. With the elections I hope that the city will clear the roads by November 3 so that everyone can go out and vote, ”said Mackenzie Umanzo, 19 years old.

Filed Under: Hurricane Eta Nicaragua

The post Nicaragua on high alert for Category 4 hurricane Eta and made landfall devastatingly (PHOTO) appeared first on Hispanic World.