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Dangerous Surges and Tornadoes: Tropical Storm Zeta Approaches USA

Tropical Storm Zeta, heading northwest of the Caribbean, is forecast to escalate into a hurricane on Monday 26 October. Details told the publication North escambia.

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Zeta will move into a favorable environment for strengthening and will likely turn into a hurricane on Monday evening before approaching the Yucatan Peninsula. The tropical storm will accelerate as soon as it enters the southern Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday 27 October. While Zeta is likely to be a tropical storm on land, its strength could be close to that of a hurricane.

The storm will land in Louisiana and go to Washington, hitting part of Florida.

Screenshot: NHC

Most likely, the heaviest rains will be east of the landfall. The rains are expected to start late Tuesday evening, October 27th, and continue until Thursday morning, October 29th, with the bulk of the rain falling on Wednesday, October 28th. Dangerous storm surges, strong winds and tornadoes can be expected in northwest Florida.

Storm winds will be felt along the coast as early as Wednesday morning and will move further inland at noon on Wednesday. Storm surges and coastal floods may start as early as Wednesday morning.

Screenshot: NHC

“Now is the perfect time to make sure emergency kits and evacuation plans are in place,” said Erik Gilmore, head of the Escambia County Emergency Department. "We urge everyone to be ready right now, even if the storm is not very strong."

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