Transcript for Millions brace for another hurricane as Zeta makes landfall
All right, Eva, thank you. We turn to the hurricane warning for the hard hit gulf coast after tropical storm zeta made landfall overnight. The governor of Louisiana declaring a state of emergency. Rob is tracking the very latest. He's there in New Orleans for us this morning. Good morning, rob. Reporter: Good morning, robin. Can you believe we're back down here in Louisiana already. This will be the 11th named storm to make landfall in the U.S. Nearly half of those coming to the state and a lot hitting the yucatan first. That's what zeta did. Here's video of it making landfall. Cozumel getting hit hard with the wind-whipped rain. Cat 1 landfall there then it will get back into the gulf of Mexico and expect it to restrengthen to likely at least a cat 1 status. 85 miles per hour miles per hour winds bynight and accelerating to the southeast coast of Louisiana. Warnings up here but biloxi, mobile, big impacts in the form of Sturgis and wind. It will be moving quickly into the Carolinas. All right, here's a shot of new Orleans, boy, I tell you, you heard about the declaration of the state of emergency, I spoke to the lieutenant governor of New Orleans last night and he told me that, yeah, between covid and all the hurricanes we've had this season, this state's budget and morale is strained but they are ready for whatever zeta has to bring. Robin. Thinking of all those along the gucoast. Yes, we are, robin.
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