Iota’s forces were expected to exacerbate dangerous conditions in El Salvador, Panama, Nicaragua, Honduras, and Belize where dirt and mud have already been loosened up by Eta. However, the extent of the damage in Central America is unclear because much of the affected region were without electricity, phone and internet service, and strong winds hampered radio transmissions Wednesday morning, according to a report by the Associated Press.

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