A couple of strong Pacific 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 Sierra-Nevada mountains, Central Great Basin, and portions of the Plains. Tropical moisture in southern Florida may produce flooding in advance of the approach of Eta.
Tropical Depression Eta
- Strengthening over the northwestern Caribbean Sea later today
- Increasing risk of impact in southern Florida and the Florida Keys
- Strong Winds
- Flooding Rainfall
Eta is the 28th storm of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, which is currently tied with 2005 for most storms on record.
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