December 2, 2022

news, breaking news and how the cyclone is affecting Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic

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58 mins ago

The most shocking images of Hurricane Fiona passing through Puerto Rico

By Fernando del Rincon

The best images of Fiona’s visit to Puerto Rico 0:57

Torrential rains, floods, power outages and at least two deaths are some of the catastrophic consequences of Hurricane Fiona passing through Puerto Rico. We show you a compilation of the most impressive images of the fury of this meteorological phenomenon.


2 hours ago

Fiona causes record rains in Puerto Rico: they already reach 76 centimeters, according to official

By Fernando del Rincon

Fiona causes about 76 centimeters of rain in Puerto Rico 1:54

Hurricane Fiona has caused record rainfall in Puerto Rico with rainfall already reaching 76 centimeters (30 inches), as confirmed in “Conclusions” by Nino Correa, commissioner of the Bureau for Emergency Management and Disaster Administration.


3 hours ago

Fiona is already a big hurricane

By Robert Shackelford

Hurricane Fiona has strengthened to a major hurricane, according to the 2 am update from the US National Hurricane Center.

Fiona is now a category 3 hurricane with winds of 185 kilometers per hour and gusts of up to 210 kilometers per hour. The center of the storm is now just 72 kilometers south-southeast of Grand Turk Island and it is moving in a north-northwest direction at 16 kilometers per hour. No more changes with notice.


4 hours ago

2 dead in Puerto Rico after the passage of Hurricane Fiona

By Rafy Rivera

Activate emergency plan to help Puerto Rico 4:23

After Hurricane Fiona passed through Puerto Rico, at least one million LUMA Energy customers still do not have the electrical system enabled. Governor Pedro Pierluisi confirmed two deaths this Monday, and said that he has already had conversations with President Biden to activate an emergency plan to help the island with funds.


4 hours ago

Hurricane Fiona strengthens slightly

By Robert Shackelford

According to the 11:00 p.m. update from the National Hurricane Center, Fiona has strengthened slightly with sustained winds of 175 kilometers per hour, making it a Category 3 hurricane.

Heavy rains continue in the eastern parts of the Dominican Republic, while conditions are gradually improving in Puerto Rico.

A storm surge of 1.5 to 2.4 meters above normal tide is expected for the Turks and Caicos Islands through Tuesday, which is higher than the previous update. Fiona is still expected to continue to strengthen into a major hurricane in the next few hours.



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