In this busy hurricane season, it has been hard to keep track of all the land-falling storms, especially those outside of the Southeast. But two of the most devastating came onshore only a few miles apart, and each caused tremendous damage through winds, flooding rain, and landslides. The two storms, Eta and Iota, have caused devastation and the movement of many people out of the affected area due to the loss of homes, roads and other infrastructure, and crops. You can read more in the New York Times here.