Some good news this afternoon. Eta has been downgraded to a tropical storm.
Heavy rains and gusty winds occurring across west-central Florida. The area is still under a hurricane watch and a tropical storm warning.
Tropical Storm #Eta Advisory 45A: Air Force Reserve Reconnaissance Aircraft Indicates That Eta Has Weakened Back to a Tropical Storm. Heavy Rains and Gusty Winds Occurring Across West-Central Florida. https://t.co/VqHn0u1vgc— National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) November 11, 2020
#ETA | Eta is now a Tropical Storm again. Winds are at 70 mph and it continues to show a slow weakening. However, NO changes to our forecast. Strong winds for the next 18 hours and very heavy rain. Surge of 2-4’ as well. @abcactionnews #FLwx— Jason Adams (@JasonAdamsWFTS) November 11, 2020
Eta DOWNGRADED to a Tropical Storm. As we talked about earlier, dry air has invaded the center of Eta. The storm has peaked. Strong winds, gusts and surge along with tornado threat continues but this is NO LONGER a hurricane. Good News there. Rule #7. pic.twitter.com/nf1NTvZGql— Denis Phillips (@DenisPhillips28) November 11, 2020
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