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The Hurricane Center cone covers Florida



Florida is currently in the predicted cone of Tropical Storm Eta as it continues to rotate through northern Nicaragua after hitting the country’s Caribbean coast. The storm weakened, but moved so slowly and caused so much rain that much of Central America was on high alert. At least three people in Nicaragua and Honduras were killed in the landslides. Eta came ashore on Tuesday afternoon, south of the city of Bilwi in Nicaragua as a powerful Category 4 storm after stopping off the coast for several hours. Questions remain about where Eta is watching this weekend and this weekend. Track Eta: More maps and models Many of the latest modeling guides currently do not take Eta deep inland and slowly move the storm back west of the Caribbean in a more disorganized state. It is likely that Eta will begin to strengthen again later this week and later this week in the northwestern Caribbean region. That means impacts can be felt on the Cayman Islands, Cuba and Florida and the Bahamas later this week through early next week before the storm is pushed west into the Gulf of Mexico.

Florida is currently in the predicted cone of Tropical Storm Eta as it continues to rotate through northern Nicaragua after hitting the country’s Caribbean coast.

The storm weakened, but moved so slowly and caused so much rain that much of Central America was on high alert. At least three people in Nicaragua and Honduras were killed in the landslides. Eta came ashore Tuesday afternoon, south of the city of Bilwi in Nicaragua as a powerful Category 4 storm after stopping off the coast for hours.

Questions remain regarding where Eta is following this weekend and this weekend.

Follow Eta: More maps and models

Much of today’s latest model guidance does not take Eta inland and slowly moves the storm back west of the Caribbean in a more disorganized state.

It is likely that Eta will begin to strengthen again later this week and later this week in the Northwest Caribbean. That means impacts can be felt on the Cayman Islands, Cuba and Florida and the Bahamas later this week through early next week before the storm is pushed west into the Gulf of Mexico.

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