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Where did Tropical Storm Eta go?This is the latest news from Tuesday, November 10th
This is the latest report of Tropical Storm Eta by Dr. Ryan Truchelut in the afternoon Eastern Time on November 10, 2020 (Tuesday). He detailed the three main situations of Eta.
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8 am: The National Weather Service released tornado watches for parts of western Florida until 5 pm
7:35 am: According to a special consultation from the National Hurricane Center, Hurricane ETA has become a Category 1 hurricane.
Currently, the maximum sustained wind speed is 75 mph.
As tropical storm Eta continues to strengthen, a list of hurricanes on the west coast of Florida has been released.
Overnight, Eta grew into a severe tropical storm at a speed of 70 mph. Eta is expected to be close to the west coast of Florida tonight, or close to the strength of the hurricane, and is expected to weaken rapidly after making landfall on Thursday.
The National Hurricane Center said at 7 am that a tropical storm wind is approaching the southwest coast of Florida this morning.
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If ETA makes landfall as expected on Thursday, this will be the second time the storm has landed in Florida. The state’s first direct hit by a tropical cyclone this year occurred on Sunday, when Eta hit Matecumbe Key with a wind speed of 65 mph.
Where is Eta now?
- Location: 130 miles southwest southwest of Fort Myers, and about 170 miles southwest southwest of Tampa
- Maximum continuous wind speed: 70 mph
- Current movement: North-northeast, 15 mph
Watch and warning
The role of the hurricane watch is:
- Anna Maria Island to Yankee Town
The effective time of tropical storm warning is:
- Dry turtle
- Bonita Beach to Suwanee River, Florida
The role of Storm Surge Watch is:
- Bonita Beach to Steinhatchee River, including Tampa Bay and Port Charlotte
The role of tropical storm surveillance is:
- Cuba’s La Habana, Artemisa, Mayabeque, Pinar del Rio and Youth Island
- North of Suwannee River to Florida Aucilla River
Tracker map: View Eta’s latest data
Status tracking: Check out what the storm’s spaghetti model shows