Transcript for Florida braces for Tropical Storm Eta as it makes landfall
Now to tropical storm eta making landfall this morning hitting Florida for the second time. Rob Marciano is in the storm zone in Tampa tracking it all for us this morning. Good morning, rob. Hey, good morning, Michael. Eta has been punishing Florida all week long with rain, surge, and a lot of wave action too. Regaining hurricane strength briefly before making the second landfall just north of here. Here's what ked like a few hours ago during the height of the surge, winds over 50 to 60 miles an hour, a surges nearly four feet. Haven't seen it that high since 1991 so a lot of flooded businesses and neighborhoods. The center now heading towards Gainesville into Jacksonville is where the bulk of the heaviest rain will be. Flood watches up for the Carolinas as it merges with the front. A big chunk of the southeast part of the U.S. Will get a piece of eta as the season of 2020 refuses to end. Robin. You're rightbout that. Thank you for being there. We turn now to country music's
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