Weather Related Service Update: ETA

Hurricane Eta to Impact Florida’s Gulf Coast

 Eta will move closer remaining offshore of the southwest coast of Florida today, and is expected to move inland over the northern portion of the Florida peninsula Thursday. Tropical storm to hurricane force winds, life-threatening storm surge and heavy rainfall with a potential for flooding are expected.

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Eta is bringing heavy rain, flooding, thunderstorms, strong winds, and storm surge to Florida.


Tropical moisture in southern Florida may produce flooding in advance of the approach of Tropical Depression Eta.  In the Pacific Northwest, U.S. strong storms will bring widespread lower elevation rain, heavy mountain snow, and gusty winds to the western states. Dry winds ahead of the front will produce critical fire weather threats for the eastern U.S. Sierra-Nevada mountains, Central Great Basin, and portions of the Plains.


Tropical Depression Eta is being watched for potential impacts to Florida Sunday.

Locally heavy rain continues in the Pacific Northwest, U.S. through Thursday before a large storm moves into the West Friday and the weekend. Gusty to strong winds are forecast ahead of this storm which could create critical fire weather while cold air and strong winds on the back side could bring areas of heavy and blowing snow.