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Tropical Storm Eta caused flooding, thousands of Tampa Bay without electricity



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Tampa, Florida-Tropical Story Eta will move out of the Tampa Bay area on Thursday morning, but the storm caused flooding and thousands of people lost momentum.

Hurricane resources

→The latest news from the ETA National Hurricane Center, all watches and warnings

7:24 am

The City of Clearwater mistakenly stated that all lanes of the Courtney Campbell Causeway reopened early on Thursday morning.Eastbound lanes still exist shut down at this time.

7:1

1 am

Tampa International Airport resumes normal operations. Passengers should check with the airline for flight status.

7 o’clock in the morning

ETA travels through northern Florida. In the Tampa Bay area, all watches and warnings have been discontinued.

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6:20 am

Sarasota-Bradenton International reopens.

Six o’clock in the morning

Hillsboro Area Regional Transportation (HART) will resume service at 12 noon on Thursday. This includes services on all bus routes, TECO Line Streetcar and HART SMART AV services.

5:37 am

The eastbound lane of Courtney Campbell Causeway Bay was closed.

5:35 am

Firefighters said they rescued at least a dozen people caught in the flood from Bayshore Boulevard. On Thursday morning, there were still a few cars abandoned on the driveway that was still flooded.

You can check This map Reported and confirmed street flooding from the city of Tampa.

Firefighters rescue drivers stranded in the bay area due to flooding

5:33 AM

In St. Peter’s Twin City Mobile Home Park, the floodwaters have subsided. On Wednesday night, residents were forced to evacuate due to rain and flooding.

Due to rain, flooding and flooding, residents were forced to evacuate the St. Peter’s Mobile Home Park

5:30 am

power failure

  • Duke Energy
    • 34,388 customers without electricity in Florida
      • Most of the interruptions are in Pinellas County
  • Dongyuan
    • 3,110 customers without electricity

After the tropical storm broke out, families in the Tampa Bay area woke up without electricity

5:20 am

The Sunshine Viaduct remains closed.

5 am

On Wednesday night, strong winds smashed a large tree into their home, and a Tampa couple hoped to get help from the Red Cross on Thursday. The Tampa Fire and Rescue Department told them that the house was no longer structurally safe.

The Tampa couple are homeless after they blow down a tree from tropical storm ETA

4:30 AM

Meteorologist Greg Dee said that by Thursday night, Eta will weaken into a tropical depression. Eta is leaving our area, traveling across the state, and heading towards the coast of Georgia.

Tracking Tropical | November 12th, morning update

Four o’clock in the morning

Eta made its second landing near Cedar Key, Florida, with a wind speed of 50 mph.

3 AM

At least one death in the Tampa Bay area was blamed for ETA. According to officials, a man in Manatee County was electrocuted in a house on Wednesday while standing in the water.

Shelter information

  • Pinhelas County
    • Ross Norton Recreation Center (1426 S. Martin Luther King Jr Ave. Clearwater, FL 33756)
    • Lealman Exchange (5175 45th St N, St. Petersburg, FL 33714)
  • Hillsboro County
    • Steinbrenner High School (pets allowed), 5575 W Fern Road, Lutz Lake
    • Burnett Middle School (pets allowed), 1010 North Kingsway Road
    • Niddleton High School, Zip Code: 8012 N. 22nd St.
    • Reddick Elementary School, 325 Westlake Avenue
    • Hines High School (Pets Allowed) and Family Shelter, Gunn Highway 7950




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