After powerful Tropical Storm Eta came ashore north of the Bay area on Wednesday night, many local boat and business owners woke up to a world of damage.
Atlantic Hurricane Season 2020
Eta is a strong tropical storm with maximum sustained winds of 70 mph. Residents should finalize any storm preparations and take cover.
As Eta moves closer to the Bay area, schools are closed, bus service has shut down and Tampa International grounded flights.
The Gabber will release updates every three hours, in line with the NHC’s advisories, until Hurricane or Tropical Storm Eta clears our coverage area.
Tropical Storm Eta is still hanging out in the middle of the Gulf and she isn’t expected to move much any time soon, according to the NHC.
Tropical Storm Eta hanging out in the Gulfport of Mexico; most of Florida expected to feel impacts of rain and wind over the week.
Eta is expected to produce flooding rain, strong storm surge, strong winds and high surf in Florida until at least Tuesday.
Tropical Depression Eta is expected to reorganize and could possibly make landfall near Florida’s Gulf Coast early next week.
Two storms bypass Florida, but officials advise everyone to be prepared as hurricane season heats up. Find links to prep guides here.