Florida is watching as Eta moves north

Florida is watching as Eta moves north

A hot tropical storm warning has been issued for Sumter County as Eta continues northward. The National Hurricane Center has now posted a hurricane surveillance from Bonita Beach, Florida’s west coast, to the Suwanee River. It’s raining heavily in Cuba and South Florida, flooding entire neighborhoods. >>> Tracking Eta: The latest maps and model Eta made a landfall in Lower Matkumbe Key late Sunday night and then moved into the Gulf of Mexico, but not before flooding in South Florida. Named the 28th hurricane of record hurricane season, it was the first to make a landfall in Florida this year. And now a 29th hurricane has formed over the North Atlantic: Theta took shape Monday night. There are no alerts or warnings from Theta as the storm will move eastward and remain in open water before it erupts, according to the National Hurricane Center. Being predicted. Increased to close to 65 mph with high gusts. Stronger is forecast for the next two or three days, followed by weaker ones starting on Thursday.

A hot tropical storm warning has been issued for Sumter County as Eta continues northward.

The National Hurricane Center has now posted a hurricane surveillance from Bonita Beach, Florida’s west coast, to the Suwanee River.

It’s raining heavily in Cuba and South Florida, flooding entire neighborhoods.

>>> Tracking ETA: Latest maps and samples

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Eta landed in Lower Matkambe Key late Sunday night and then moved to the Gulf of Mexico, but not before flooding in South Florida.

Named the 28th hurricane of record hurricane season, it was the first to make a landfall in Florida this year. And now a 29th hurricane has formed over the North Atlantic: Theta took shape Monday night.

There are no watches or warnings from Theta as the storm will move east and stay in the open water before it erupts, According to the National Hurricane Center.

Eta has started moving northwards and a slow northward trend is predicted to continue till Thursday.

The maximum sustained winds have increased rapidly to close to 65 miles per hour. Stronger is forecast for the next two or three days, followed by weaker ones starting on Thursday.

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