Where the storm is headed next after Zeta’s landfall

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the storm's new path and what the forecast will look like for Halloween weekend.
0:54 | 10/29/20

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Down the road we find gig nearby Lochte, Mississippi, with more on where the storm is headed next. Good morning, ginger. Good morning, robin. I'm right on the line of biloxi and gulfport. Right behind me you can see the steeple from this church that was just toppled so easily. We have gusts up to 101 miles per hour. As we laid our heads down you could tell, I knew those winds were verified. I could hear them. Nobody has power here and it's not just here. Look at where the storm is all the way into Georgia and western South Carolina. The impacts including the tropical storm force wind also go into southern Virginia but those flood alerts, winter storm warnings on both sides of what's happening here, that low is kind of skyrocketing zeta and what's left of it through the northeast. It is going to be rainy and windy, a rough commute tonight in the northeast and the snow comes on the back side, robin, especially north of the city. So much happening. Okay, we'll get back to you in a thank you.

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