Families on Florida’s Gulf Coast brace for storm landfall

Tampa’s airport has suspended operations as the area prepares for up to five feet of storm surge from Eta. High winds have forced road closures on the Sunshine Skyway Bridge.
0:32 | 11/12/20

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Transcript for Families on Florida’s Gulf Coast brace for storm landfall
As road near here tonight parts of Florida now bracing for tropical storm Ada again the storm already hit once in South Florida as you know headed out over the gulf. And now it's back rob Marciano in Tampa rob. David Weston Florida beginning rays would heavier rain surging waves. And win all Davidson tornado warnings the center of what's just west of us to make landfall north of us overnight tonight tropical storm warnings are in place along with flood watches. They get moves quickly out to sea during the day or tomorrow but until then. Going to be Dicey night ahead. David all right Robert thanks to you.

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