Hurricane Iota takes aim at Central America

The storm has already brought flash flooding to the coast of Colombia.
1:01 | 11/16/20

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taking aim at Central America, the storm already bringing flash flooding to the coastline of Colombia. And evacuations already under way in Honduras, where it could hit as a cat 4 storm. Less than two weeks after suffering hurricane eta's deadly wrath. Let's get right to rob Marciano. Reporter: Hey, Tom. This is likely to be our second major hurricane in the month of November, a record. It's heading right to where people don't need it. A cat 1 now, but could be a 3 or 4 at landfall late tomorrow night, near Honduras and Nicaragua. This is the last think people need with severe rainfall. In the states, severe weather with winds gusting over 70 miles an hour, that line is moving across Pennsylvania, philly, D.C., New York, Boston around midnight. Cold air and cold winds pouring in for the rest of the week in the northeast. Tom? Rob, thank you.

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