Hurricane Eta 6 Storm Surge2 The meteorological service of Nicaragua reported a storm surge of 26 to 33 ft above normal near Eta’s landfall location in Nicaragua. Eta produced storm surge inundation levels of 3 to 4 ft above ground level (AGL) in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. National Ocean Service (NOS) tide gauges in the northern part ofHow big was the storm ETA in Honduras?
The NHC was forecasting storm totals could reach 40 inches in parts of Honduras and Nicaragua. Eta is the 28th storm of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, which ties the 2005 season for the most storms on record. It's also the 12th hurricane of the season, which ties for the second-most on record for a year in the Atlantic.When to expect tropical storm ETA in Florida?
A warning is issued when those conditions are expected within 36 hours.) Eta is expected to track through northern Florida as it continues to weaken. It should emerge off the Southeast coast by Thursday afternoon and then transition into a non-tropical low-pressure system as it moves farther out to sea through Friday.Where was the eye of tropical storm ETA?
Eta's eye arrived along the coast of Nicaragua about 15 miles south-southwest of Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua around 4 p.m. EST Tuesday. At that time, maximum sustained winds were estimated at 140 mph, a Category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson hurricane wind scale, according to the NHC.