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Max windspeed: 101.9 km/h
Max. Storm Surge: 0.32 m.
Current Coordinates: Lat: 13.8 Lon: -65.9
Warning ref.: NOAA - Bulletin #8
People living in areas at risk
(All Countries Considered)
120 km/h windspeed: 0
90 km/h windspeed: 146,392
60 km/h windspeed: 3,005,674
Missing Migrants Project tracks fatalities of migrants, including refugees, traveling along mixed migration routes around the world.
This map shows the different transit routes through parts of the Americas. #MissingMigrants.
Drought / Food Insecurity As of March 2016, 2.5 million people are food insecure in Central America (1.15 million in IPC Phase 3). Availability/access to staple foods and opportunities to generate income are very limited.
• TC EARL after making landfall near Belize city (Belize) on 4 August, continued moving west-northwest over land, passing through central Belize and northern Guatemala and weakening into a Tropical Storm. On 5 August at 9.00 UTC its centre was located approx. 115 km west-southwest of Ciudad del Carmen (Campeche state, Mexico) and it had max. sustained wind speed of 65 km/h (Tropical Storm).
• TC EARL formed over the Caribbean Sea, south of Jamaica, on 2 August. It then started moving west, intensifying. On 4 August early morning (UTC), it made landfall near Belize city as a Hurricane Category 1. On 4 August at 9.00 UTC its centre was located approx. 75 km westsouthwest of Belize city (Belize) and it had max. sustained wind speed of 120 km/h (Hurricane Category 1).
• Over the next 24 h it is forecast to move west-northwest overland, weakening. Heavy rain and strong winds are expected to effect the areas along its path.
Missing Migrants Project tracks deaths of migrants along migratory routes across the globe. This map shows the different paths with a focus on Americas (Central America, Mexico to United States). #MissingMigrants.