There is not much activity, and unfortunately, my setup in New York is not the best. If you have a short wave receiver, monitor the Salvation Army Emergency Radio Network (SATERN) on 14.265 mhz. There is also a hurricane related net on 14.325mhz, but it is handling traffic related more to the storm and less to health and welfare of those affected by the storm. I am trying to hop back and forth between the two, but have heard little in the last hr. or so.
If there is an opportunity to really learn something, I will break in and ask them for the info. At the moment, I believe 100pct of what they are getting regarding Ambergris is coming from a radio operator on Ambergris in SanPedro talking to a ham on the mainland who can get on the air and relay to the states when he can get a sufficient charge in his batteries. That leaves us with no information from the northern part of Ambergris where a number of the FOX crew are. A channel separates the two, and it cannot be crossed in the storm. That is also how they get diesel fuel to the hotels in the north.
I think the above is reasonably accurate,, but I am piecing it together from a number of different sources.