1. Guatemala digs through Hurricane Eta landslide where 100 people are believed buried  ABC News
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  3. Storm Eta leaves many dozens dead across Central America  The Guardian
  4. Tropical Depression Eta expected to restrengthen into tropical storm on Friday  WPTV News - FL Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast
  5. Storm Eta: Guatemala landslide kills at least 50  BBC News
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Search brigades pull bodies from a massive rain-fuelled landslide where at least 100 people are believed to be entombed, as the remains of Hurricane Eta move across Caribbean waters.Search brigades pull bodies from a massive rain-fuelled landslide where at least 100 people are believed to be entombed, as the remains of Hurricane Eta move across Caribbean waters.

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Dozens of people are dead and thousands of homes flooded as tropical depression Eta wreaks havoc across Central America. The storm is sitting in the Caribbean Sea and forecast to hit Cuba tonight and into Sunday morning. Eta is expected to then move towards Florida, bringing catastrophic rain. At least 50 people are confirmed dead in Guatemala after the storm caused rivers to burst their banks with mass flooding. More than 33,000 people have been affected so far with at least 18,000 people evacuated. Dozens of people are dead and thousands of homes flooded as tropical depression Eta wreaks havoc across Central America. The storm is sitting in the Caribbean Sea and forecast to hit Cuba tonight and into Sunday morning. Eta is expected to then move towards Florida, bringing catastrophic rain. At least 50 people are confirmed dead in Guatemala after the storm caused rivers to burst their banks with mass flooding. More than 33,000 people have been affected so far with at least 18,000 people evacuated.

Rescue efforts continue as the storm travels across the region, leaving a trail of destruction.Rescue efforts continue as the storm travels across the region, leaving a trail of destruction.

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The death toll from the calamitous storm Eta in Central America leapt on Friday as the Guatemalan military reached a remote mountain village where torrential rains caused mudslides that killed an estimated 100 people.The death toll from the calamitous storm Eta in Central America leapt on Friday as the Guatemalan military reached a remote mountain village where torrential rains caused mudslides that killed an estimated 100 people.

Guatemalan mudslides push Central American storm death toll above 100 | Reuters

Heavy rains are continuing across the region, increasing the risk of potentially deadly flooding and mudslides.Heavy rains are continuing across the region, increasing the risk of potentially deadly flooding and mudslides.

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Taipei, Nov. 6 (CNA) Taiwan has donated US$200,000 each to its three diplomatic allies in Central America, all of which suffered major losses after devastation wrought by Hurricane Eta earlier this week, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement on Friday.Taipei, Nov. 6 (CNA) Taiwan has donated US$200,000 each to its three diplomatic allies in Central America, all of which suffered major losses after devastation wrought by Hurricane Eta earlier this week, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement on Friday.

Taiwan helps Central American allies rebuild after hurricane havoc - Focus Taiwan

A Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for the Cayman Islands as Eta continues to cause heavy rains and life-threatening flooding over portions of Central America. A TropA Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for the Cayman Islands as Eta continues to cause heavy rains and life-threatening flooding over portions of Central America. A Trop

Eta still causing heavy rainfall; Cayman under Tropical Storm Watch | Loop News

Eta back to sea as Central America tallies damages and dead | 2020/11/06Eta back to sea as Central America tallies damages and dead

Eta back to sea as Central America tallies damages and dead | Taiwan News | 2020/11/06

The insurance industry losses from the impacts of Hurricane Eta are expected to be minimal and contained, according to analysis by ratings agency AM Best.The insurance industry losses from the impacts of Hurricane Eta are expected to be minimal and contained, according to analysis by ratings agency AM Best.

Hurricane Eta insured losses expected to be minimal: AM Best - Reinsurance News

NBC News is tracking the path of the Eta storm system as it approaches the United States.The storm is headed to Cuba and could arrive in Florida early next week.

Map: Track the Eta storm system

The rain-heavy remnants of Hurricane Eta flooded homes from Panama to Guatemala Thursday as the death toll across Central America rose to 57, and aid...The rain-heavy remnants of Hurricane Eta flooded homes from Panama to Guatemala Thursday as the death toll across Central America rose to 57, and aid...

Eta leaves dozens dead in Central America as it heads toward Cuba - MarketWatch

At least a hundred people are dead and thousands have been evacuated after Tropical Depression Eta slammed into Central America, flooding homes and bringing devastating landslides.

Eta on its way to Cuba, leaves at least 100 dead in Central America

As tropical depression Eta returns to the Caribbean, albeit greatly weakened by its pass over Central America, the cyclone leaves devastation in its wake, including...As tropical depression Eta returns to the Caribbean, albeit greatly weakened by its pass over Central America, the cyclone leaves devastation in its wake, including...

‘Dante-Esque Scenes’: Hundreds Feared Dead in Central America After ‘Catastrophic’ Hurricane Eta - Sputnik International

The death toll from hurricane Eta rose to at least 12 Thursday as it spun itself out into a tropical depression in Central America, while rising ...The death toll from hurricane Eta rose to at least 12 Thursday as it spun itself out into a tropical depression in Central America, while rising ...

Landslides kill 12 as Eta takes a toll on Central America - CNA

TEGUCIGALPA • The remnants of Hurricane Eta have unleashed torrential rain and catastrophic flooding on Central America, with fatalities sharply up mostly because of mudslides as streets turned into rivers and bridges came tumbling down.. Read more at straitstimes.com.World News -TEGUCIGALPA • The remnants of Hurricane Eta have unleashed torrential rain and catastrophic flooding on Central America, with fatalities sharply up mostly because of mudslides as streets

Eta unleashes floods, mudslides on Central America, killing 70, World News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

GUATEMALA CITY - Scores of people, including 50 in Guatemala, have died as the remnants of Hurricane Eta on Thursday unleashed floods and triggered landslides on its deadly march across Central America.GUATEMALA CITY - Scores of people, including 50 in Guatemala, have died as the remnants of Hurricane Eta on Thursday unleashed floods and triggered landslides on its deadly march across Central America.

Storm Eta takes a heavy toll as it tears across Central America

English Infographic on Honduras and 5 other countries about Food and Nutrition, Health, Flood, Land Slide and more; published on 05 Nov 2020 by OCHAEnglish Infographic on Honduras and 5 other countries about Food and Nutrition, Health, Flood, Land Slide and more; published on 05 Nov 2020 by OCHA

Central America: Tropical Depression Eta: Impact and Potential Needs Snapshot (As of 5 November 2020) - Honduras | ReliefWeb

Record-setting Hurricane Eta has cleared Central America after leaving a trail of destruction. It’s set to strengthen in the coming days and take a circuitous path through the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. It could make landfall in the U.S. early next week.Record-setting Hurricane Eta has cleared Central America after leaving a trail of destruction. It’s set to strengthen in the coming days and take a circuitous path through the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. It could make landfall in the U.S. early next week.

Eta Leaves Destruction in Central America, Heads for Cuba

The death toll from the calamitous storm Eta in Central America leapt on Friday as the Guatemalan military reached a remote mountain village where torrential rains caused mudslides that killed an estimated 100 people.The death toll from the calamitous storm Eta in Central America leapt on Friday as the Guatemalan military reached a remote mountain village where torrential rains caused mudslides that killed an estimated 100 people.

Guatemalan mudslides push Central American storm death toll above 100 | Reuters

Hurricane Eta swept through Central America this week causing mudslides and flooding, with aid organisations warning that a humanitarian disaster is looming in the area.Hurricane Eta swept through Central America this week causing mudslides and flooding, with aid organisations warning that a humanitarian disaster is looming in the area.

At least 57 dead and thousands displaced in Central America by Storm Eta | The Independent

Eta remnants are now emerging in the western Caribbean Sea between Belize and Honduras and are forecast to strengthen into a tropical storm later Friday and head north. It could threaten Florida this weekend.Eta remnants are now emerging in the western Caribbean Sea between Belize and Honduras and are forecast to strengthen into a tropical storm later Friday and head north. It could threaten Florida this weekend.

Mudslides caused by Eta rains kill 50 in Guatemala, storm heading toward US

The army reaches a village where houses were buried by mudslides triggered by Storm Eta's rains.The army reaches a village where houses were buried by mudslides triggered by Storm Eta's rains.

Storm Eta: Around 150 feared dead in Guatemala

While you were sleeping, we complied the biggest stories of the day in one place.While you were sleeping, here's five things you may have missed.

5 Things To Know On Friday, November 6, 2020

Palm Beach County is back on the cone of uncertainty for Tropical Depression Eta which could strengthen back into a tropical storm today as it heads toward Cuba. The NHC expects Eta to approach the Florida Keys on Monday before turning northwest over the Gulf. Up to 10 inches of rain is expected in South […]

Tropical Storm Conditions Expected, PBC Back in Cone - 850 WFTL

SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras (AP) — As the remnants of Hurricane Eta moved back over Caribbean waters, governments in Central America worked to tally the displaced and dead, and recover bodies from landslides and flooding that claimed dozens of...SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras (AP) — As the remnants of Hurricane Eta moved back over Caribbean waters, governments in Central America worked to tally the displaced and dead, and recover bodies from landslides and flooding that claimed dozens of...

Eta back to sea as Central America tallies damage and dead | World News | Jamaica Gleaner

The remnants of Hurricane Eta unleashed torrential rains and catastrophic flooding on Central America, killing at least 50 people and turning streets into rivers in Guatemala, according to the country's president, Alejandro Giammattei.The remnants of Hurricane Eta unleashed torrential rains and catastrophic flooding on Central America, killing at least 50 people and turning streets into rivers in Guatemala, according to the country's president, Alejandro Giammattei.

The remnants of Hurricane Eta unleashed torrential rains and catastrophic flooding on Central America, killing at least 21 people and turning streets into rivers as dozens in Guatemala were feared to have been buried in their homes by mudslides.The remnants of Hurricane Eta unleashed torrential rains and catastrophic flooding on Central America, killing at least 21 people and turning streets into rivers as dozens in Guatemala were feared to have been buried in their homes by mudslides.

Hurricane Eta Causes Floods In Central America, 21 Dead

Guatemalan search brigades have pulled the first bodies from a massive rain-fueled landslide where at least 100 people are believed to be entombed, as the remains of Hurricane Eta moved across Caribbean waters, strengthening en route to CubaGuatemalan search brigades have pulled the first bodies from a massive rain-fueled landslide where at least 100 people are believed to be entombed, as the remains of Hurricane Eta moved across Caribbean waters, strengthening en route to Cuba

Guatemala digs through landslide where 100 believed buried - The Washington Post

SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras (AP) — The rain-heavy remnants of Hurricane Eta flooded homes from Panama to Guatemala Thursday as the death toll across Central...

Weakened Eta drenches Central America; at least 57 dead – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports | Fort Lauderdale

Weakened Eta drenches Central America; at least 57 dead – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports | Fort Lauderdale

The weather pattern is beginning to changeThe weather pattern is beginning to change

Weather Blog - Low clouds this morning & rain on Tuesday!

While the weather is getting cooler in Central Florida it’s also looking a bit rainy for this weekend. The good news is chances start low and get higher at the tail end of Sunday due to Tropical Depression Eta.While the weather is getting cooler in Central Florida it’s also looking a bit rainy for this weekend. The good news is chances start low and get higher at the tail end of Sunday due to Tropical Depression Eta.

Weekend weather: Central Florida to get chill with slight shower chance - Orlando Sentinel

Palm Beach County on Friday announced it plans to close seven COVID-19 testing locations to prepare for the storm.Palm Beach County on Friday announced it plans to close seven COVID-19 testing locations to prepare for the storm.

Palm Beach County pausing COVID-19 testing as Eta approaches - South Florida Sun-Sentinel

As the remnants of Eta moved back over Caribbean waters, governments in Central America worked to tally the displaced and dead.As the remnants of Eta moved back over Caribbean waters, governments in Central America worked to tally the displaced and dead.

Former Hurricane Eta leaves 150 dead or missing in Guatemala, president says - CBS News

The storm touched down in Nicaragua as a Category 4 hurricane, and is expected to be upgraded back to a tropical storm soonThe storm touched down in Nicaragua as a Category 4 hurricane, and is expected to be upgraded back to a tropical storm soon

Tropical Depression Eta Kills at Least 57 People | PEOPLE.com

Our weekend weather has higher humidity and a bunch of clouds. For that reason, nights will stay in the lower to middle 60s. Each afternoon will be in the middle or upper 70s with a light east wind. Rain chances are low, although late Saturday, into Saturday night will produce a handful of showers, limited to less than a third of the area. Sunday may give a brief shower but the odds of getting substantial rain this weekend are drying up.Our weekend weather has higher humidity and a bunch of clouds. For that reason, nights will stay in the lower to middle 60s. Each afternoon will be in the middle or upper 70s with a light east wind. Rain chances are low, although late Saturday, into Saturday night will produce a handful of showers, limited to less than a third of the area. Sunday may give a brief shower but the odds of getting substantial rain this weekend are drying up.

Weekend showers, Tracking Eta | WPMI

Weekend showers, Tracking Eta

Another 23 people across Central America have died or are missing as a result of a vast storm system dumping heavy rainfall across the region.Another 23 people across Central America have died or are missing as a result of a vast storm system dumping heavy rainfall across the region.

The storm brought heavy rain that caused deadly flooding in Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Costa Rica, El Salvador and Panama.The storm brought heavy rain that caused deadly flooding in Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Costa Rica, El Salvador and Panama.

Storm Eta kills over 50 in Guatemala

Dozens dead in Central America as weakened Eta wreaks havocDozens dead in Central America as weakened Eta wreaks havoc

Dozens dead in Central America as weakened Eta wreaks havoc

After killing at least 13 people in Central America, Eta is expected to regroup in the Caribbean.After killing at least 13 people in Central America, Eta is expected to regroup in the Caribbean.

Eta sets its sights on Cuba and Florida as deadly deluge continues » Yale Climate Connections