Tropical Storm Matthew is making its way over towards Nicaragua and Honduras with winds at a whopping 75 km/hour. Just about 500 km from the coast, this storm could be devestating. Central America has already seen its share of storms this year with tropical storms Agatha and Frank. Agatha caused about 180 deaths and Matthew had its own casualties as well. It's sad to see these storms devestating countries and turning peoples' lives upside down but at the same time it is important to realize that Katrina and Rita weren't the only devestating hurricanes, there are many other storms that affect people every day.
If anyone is interested in reading the article, here it is: http://www.bbc.co.uk/mundo/america_latina/2010/09/100924_huracan_matthew_nicaragua_honduras_az.shtml
p.s. i'm pretty sure BBC Mundo has a translator if you need one.