Dozens of people are still missing as aid slowly continues to flow into the region. Otis rapidly intensified to a Category 5 storm before crashing ashore last week.
The Category 5 storm slammed into Mexico's Pacific coast early Wednesday, killing at least 27 people, with at least four still missing.
Four people were missing as tens of thousands of residents in damaged homes without electricity awaited help more than a day after Otis roared ashore in Acapulco.
Barbuda and the Leeward Islands are in the crosshairs of Hurricane Tammy and as Tropical Storm Norma bears down the northern Mexico coastline.
Winds on Cape Cod could gust as high as 50 to 60 mph, forecasters said on Thursday. The area is now under a tropical storm warning.
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The connection between weather and climate change has never been clearer. And simultaneous extremes, such as hot and dry weather together, are particularly dangerous.