The storm hit Nicaragua as a category 4 hurricane on Monday and is expected to dissipate after moving through El Salvador today.
Life-threatening storm surge, catastrophic winds, flash flooding, and landslides are expected in parts of Central America.
Iota is expected to make landfall in nearly the exact same location where Hurricane Eta did about two weeks ago, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC).
Nearly half a million energy customers are without power following the severe weather on Sunday night.
Around two million New Yorkers, in areas including The Bronx and Yonkers, faced a tornado warning last night.
Eta has weakened to a tropical storm after briefly strengthening to a hurricane on Wednesday morning.
Eta is expected to be near or at hurricane strength tonight as it approaches the west coast of Florida before rapidly weakening after landfall.
Unseasonably warm weather has caused millions of spiderlings to hatch months early, leaving them stranded on lawns and trees in what locals are calling a 'Spiderpocalypse'
Eta is forecast to gradually strengthen through early Thursday, while Theta is projected to remain in the eastern Atlantic region over the next several days.
The 12th named storm to hit the continental U.S. this year is bringing torrential conditions to the U.S. after ravaging parts of Central America.
Firefighters continue to battle 22 wildfires across the state, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire).
There are more than 2.2 million power outages reported across Georgia, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Alabama and Mississippi, as of Thursday.
The storm is still predicted to cause major damage in Alabama, Mississippi and northern Georgia.
There are 18 large active fires burning in California, which have collectively burned over 2.2 million acres, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.
Storm Zeta is due to make landfall Wednesday morning, with residents being urged to brace for impact.
Residents brace for the impact as forecasters predict the Category 1 storm will hit Louisiana before moving into Georgia.
The last 27th named storm occurred in November 2005.
Epsilon is expected to form large swells that are likely to cause life-threatening surf and rip current conditions.
The blaze was at around 19,000 acres Wednesday morning and expanded to over 30,000 acres by early evening, according to fire officials.
People used the video of Harris dancing in the rain to both express their excitement about supporting her and to criticize her and her record.
Sections of the Alaska peninsula coast were under tsunami warnings on Monday after a quake struck in the North Pacific.
"We're in a bad place now," Dr. Anthony Fauci said about the U.S. and COVID-19 on Monday. "We've got to turn this around."
Delta, now categorized as a post-tropical cyclone, "continues to be a heavy rainfall threat," the National Hurricane Center warned Sunday.
The National Hurricane Center warned of "life-threatening storm surges" as Hurricane Delta made landfall in Southwest Louisiana on Friday night.
After making landfall Friday, "rapid weakening is anticipated and Delta is forecast to fall below hurricane strength," the National Hurricane Center said.
At one point, more than half a million residents of the East Coast states were without power.
Water levels could rise to up to 11 feet on the Louisiana coast
Amazed eyewitnesses managed to capture footage of the fireball as it blazed through the Earth's atmosphere.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection has warned that "humidity recovery remains slow, continuing the increased fire danger."
"New temperature records were repeatedly set throughout the month," said Marina Makarova, from Russia's state weather service.