Tropical Storm Eta heads toward South Florida after going through Cuba

The storm has winds up to 65 mph and is expected to strengthen into a hurricane.
1:06 | 11/09/20

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Transcript for Tropical Storm Eta heads toward South Florida after going through Cuba
Back now with the new hurricane threat, tropical storm eta gaining strength near Florida. Here's Victor Oquendo. Reporter: Tonight, tropical storm eta battering south Florida after crashing into Cuba. The storm packing winds OFP to 65 miles per hour, expected to strengthen into a hurricane before slamming the Florida keys later tonight. We do recommend of course that residents shelter in place, of course with the proper covid-19 precautionary measures. Reporter: Hurricane warnings posted in the keys. Miami under a tropical storm warning. The governor declaring a state of emergency for eight counties. The storm hitting central America as a catastrophic category 4 hurricane last week, leaving dozens dead and over 100 people missing. Flooding and mudslides wiping out entire villages. U.S. Soldiers swooping in on helicopters, rescuing children and families. Eta is expected to rip through the Florida keys at or near hurricane strength. The biggest concerns, storm surge and flooding. In some spots, they could see up Tom? Victor, thank you. When we come back, the unrest overseas.

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