2020 just keeps on proving that when it rains, it pours.
Forecasters have their eye on another hurricane forming in the Caribbean — as Central America and the US Gulf Coast is still reeling from Tropical Storm Eta amid this year’s record-breaking storm season.
The National Hurricane Center expects Tropical Depression 31 to strengthen before making landfall as a hurricane in Central America early next week.
Once the depression’s winds reach speeds of 39 mph it will be named Tropical Storm Iota — and become the 30th named storm of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season.
The system is forecast to unleash dangerous winds and storm surge to parts of Nicaragua and Honduras Sunday night, the Hurricane Centre said. Life-threatening flash flooding warnings are also in place across parts of Haiti and Jamaica through Wednesday.
The storm would worsen conditions in Central America and Mexico, which are still recovering from Eta’s deadly blow last week — when it struck as