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Tropical Storm Eta soaks south Florida as it heads offshore

Tropical Storm Eta soaks south Florida as it heads offshore.

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Tropical Storm Eta was bringing heavy rainfall to parts of Cuba, the Bahamas and southern Florida on Monday afternoon after crossing over the Florida Keys.  The storm made landfall in Lower Matecumbe Key late Sunday with maximum sustained winds of 65 mph, according to the National Hurricane CenterEta has since weakened to 50 mph winds and moved out into the Gulf of Mexico, but it still could cause possible flash flooding across urban areas of southeast Florida.  The storm is expected to make a sharp turn to the north by late Tuesday and could strengthen to a strong tropical storm as it drifts over the eastern Gulf of Mexico, the NHC said.  Although Eta could bring an additional 1 to 3 inches of rainfall to already-soaked south Florida, as well as Florida's west coast, "there are increasing indications that the storm will weaken over the Gulf of Mexico late this week without bringing significant impacts," said CNN meteorologist Taylor Ward.

 


 

Fuente: https://edition.cnn.com/2020/11/09/weather/tropical-storm-eta-monday/index.html

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