Tornadoes and floods in Central America and the Caribbean (floods: Honduras, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Haiti; tornado: Guatemala; waterspout: Havana, Cuba)
A series of severe floods and tornado/waterspout events appeared in the first 2 February 2022 weeks in Central America and the Caribbean, after an absolute peak of Winter 2021/2022 in the USA /https://mkweather.com/winter-in-the-usa-is-peaking-45c-48f-in-colorado-and-43c-45f-in-north-dakota//.
On 13. February 2022, a tornado struck Morales, Guatemala.
Homes were severely damaged and trees were fallen. According to local media, 700 people were affected by a 10-minute manifestation of the arrival of cold air above the region.
Only a few days before, on 9. February 2022, a waterspout hit Havana, Cuba.
A vortex damaging homes and downing power lines on the coast. Collapsed trees, posts, and raising tiles from homes and buildings were reported.
The first and second week of February 2022 brought many floods in the Caribbean and Central America, too, mostly after cold air interrupted warm winter weather from the north.
Only in the last few days, hundreds of families were evacuated during floods in Atlántida, Honduras.
Severe floods hit between 5.-7. February 2022 Puerto Rico, with flooded cities and villages and regional damages.
In early February 2022, severe floods swept through parts of Jamaica, too /Tweets below/.
The start of the month brought deadly floods in Haiti (4 fatalities), Dominican Republic reported floods, too. Thousands were displaced after floods damaged their homes.
Spring 2022 and Summer 2022 forecasts for the region and all North America you will find here: https://mkweather.com/spring-2022-forecast-for-north-america/; https://mkweather.com/summer-2022-forecast-for-north-america-strong-wildfire-season-and-early-hurricane-season-are-predicted/ – spring is forecast to be stormy in Central America and dry in the Caribbean and summer stormy in both regions.
Damaging tornado in Guatemala. Illustration picture: Alerta Roja Twitter