R&G Espinosa’s previous experience with Tropical Storms in the region have prompted us to place our CAT response team on standby. Our «CAT Team», is composed of 50 adjusters from our local offices and international partners, and are able to travel to the risk area to give priority assistance to you, our customers and clients.
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Otto will landfall, possibly as a rare late-season hurricane, in southern Nicaragua or northern Costa Rica on Thanksgiving Day. Even if Otto makes landfall as a tropical storm, it would be the latest in a calendar year to do so in Nicaragua.
This will be the first Atlantic tropical cyclone on record to make landfall on Thanksgiving Day, according to Dr. Jeff Masters and Bob Henson of wunderground.com.
Heavy rain, flash flooding and mudslides will be major concerns for Central America, including Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama. Some locations may pick up 20 inches of rain from Otto.
In addition, areas of heavy rain well to the north of the circulation may trigger flooding in parts of Honduras and Belize.
(info vía https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/tropical-storm-hurricane-otto-caribbean-central-america-forecast)