Tropical Storm Eta & Topical Storm Theta
Tropical Storm Eta made landfall in Florida (Southwest of Jacksonville) and continued to move North-Northeast at about 15 mph. As the storm continues to move, Southern Maryland and other Northern regions along Eta's path have been experiencing heavy rain and slight cold fronts.
According to WeatherBug, two to five inches of rain will fall this afternoon before the storm pushes off the Southeast Atlantic Coast. Flash Flood watches have been issued all over St. Mary's County! Be careful driving the next couple of days as many roads have been covered with water. Remember to always turn around and never try driving through! Most flood death occur while in a vehicle.
On the latest update record setting 29th storm of the 2020 Hurricane Season, Tropical Storm Theta is currently being located 455 miles of the Azores packing strong winds of 65 mph. According to WeatherBug, "Theta will turn eastwards within the next couple of days before turning northeastward and passing several hundred miles of Azores on Saturday and Sunday."