According to the National Hurricane Center, the hurricane was assigned 4 categories on Monday. Wind force reaches 206 km / h
On Tuesday, Eta is projected to bring catastrophic storm surge and devastating winds to the northeast coast of Nicaragua.
The hurricane’s slow movement for the remainder of the week is likely to cause catastrophic flash floods and landslides due to heavy rainfall in Central America.
Eta was only the fourth hurricane in November to reach the 4th intensity category in historical records since 1851.