that's sadly a maximum powers perfect storm approaching the NE shores of Nicaragua now.
the system is running the maximum possible powers, storm surge AND windpowers will sadly be a maximum of possible destruction powers.
and that after the just passed Eta, which's damages not been cleaned up, yet.
we alredy have a "NEXT" low forming in the SWern Caribbena Sea.
conditions in the wake of Iota are as best as possible, so there is a high chance to get an other one forming up there before the coming weekend.
here's All Fingers Crossed for all the people living over there in the Nicaraguan/Honduran border area, in the path of those phenomenons.
as for any other area in the wide Basin, nothing could come up, the season is over since a while,
with exception of the Western/Southwestern Caribbean Sea, which keeps unknown long top storm development conditions up,
while the tropical atlantic, eastern caribbean sea and even the gulf of mexico are calmed down, running highest windshears etc.
the only eception on the whole Map would be a few hundred miles out of the NE of the Leeward Islands, where conditions are still favorable in case of any disturbed weather popping up there.
but that area is so small, that such happening can be discarted.
all the best for central america, they really can need any assitance and all the luck of the world now.